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Updated October 21, 2014 - 10:05 PM EDT
Iraq PM Rules Out Foreign Boots on the Ground
 
  ISIS Launches 15 Simultaneous Attacks on Kurds in Iraq
  Bombs and Battles Kill 243, Wound 139 Across Iraq
Video: US Air Drops Weapons Into ISIS's Hands
 
  US Humanitarian Aid Going to ISIS
  Egypt Denies Plans to Join US War Against ISIS
Turkey to Allow Peshmerga to Cross Into Kobani
 
  Kobani Kurds Thank US for Arms, Insist They're Not Enough
Ukraine Used Cluster Bombs, Evidence Indicates
 
  Ukraine Summary Executions 'Exaggerated,' Amnesty Finds
  FM: Russia Won't Accept US Terms to End Sanctions
  Germans Clear Russia of Malaysia Airliner Downing
American Jeffrey Fowle Released by North Korea
60 Killed as Yemen's Houthis Clash With al-Qaeda
Riots in East Jerusalem Neighborhood After Settlers Move In
Viewpoints
Turkey’s Reluctance to Help Against ISIS Should Be a Red Flag  by Ivan Eland
Bush Derangement Syndrome  by W. James Antle III
FBI Director's Evidence Against Encryption Is Pathetic  by Dan Froomkin & Natasha Vargas-Cooper
Britain's Phantoms of the Past in Palestine  by Ramzy Baroud
A Decent Respect for the Opinions of Mankind  by Uri Avnery
The Politicians Are Scaring You Again  by Sheldon Richman

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Frontline
White House Halts Funding for Risky Flu Studies
Russia: Submarine in Swedish Waters Was Dutch, Not Ours
Michele Bachmann Given Security Detail Over ISIS Threat
Trial Over Navy Silencer Contract Opens
 
Iraq
Bombs and Battles Kill 243, Wound 139 Across Iraq
ISIS Insurgents Advance Into Iraqi Town of Qara Tappa
France's Operation Chammal: Two Terrorist Vehicles Destroyed During an Air Raid
ISIS Produced $2 Million of Oil Daily Before US Strikes, Firm Finds
Syria
US Launches New Strikes Against ISIS in Kobani, Activists Say
Kerry: US Told Turkey Arms Drop to Syrian Kurds 'Momentary' Response to Crisis
US Security Guard Joins Ground War Against ISIS in Syria
Global ISIS Reaction
PM Denies ISIS Group Presence in Algeria
Denmark Tries a Soft-Handed Approach to Returned Islamist Fighters
Canada Police Kill 'Radicalized' Driver After He Rams Two Soldiers
Iran
Iran Acts to Comply With Interim Nuclear Deal With Powers: IAEA
Iran State TV Says Death of Press TV Journalist in Turkey Is 'Suspect'
Palestine/Israel
Gaza Plan 'Relieves Israel of Responsibility'
US Denies Claim FBI Withheld Info on Missing Israeli Soldier in Gaza War
UN Questions Israel on Palestinians' Rights
UNRWA Calls for Speeding Up Shipment of Construction Materials to Gaza
Israeli Deputy Minister to Brits: Keep Enjoying ISIS
Ex-Likud Minister to Start New Party to Fight High Prices
Poll: 75% of Israeli Jews Oppose Return to '67 Borders
Middle East
Saudi Arabia Steps Up Beheadings; Some See Political Message
Yemen's Southerners See Hope in Houthis' Rise
Americas
Chile Ex-Mayor Arrested for Pinochet-Era Human Rights Crimes
UN Urges Venezuela to Release Jailed Activist
 
Ukraine/Russia
2008: Polish Ex-Minister Quoted Saying Putin Offered to Divide Ukraine With Poland
Ukraine, Russia Gas Deal May Be Just Enough to Get Through Winter
Explosion Near Munitions Factory Rocks Rebel-Held Donetsk
Russian Foreign Minister Sees No Quick Fix to US Ties
Afghanistan
Government OKs Czech Troops to Stay in Afghanistan
Special Forces Soldier Pulled Handgun on Australian Spy During Drinking Session in Afghanistan
Asia
Philippine Leader: Murder Case Won't Harm US Ties
China Likely Will Never Open All Files on Painful Past, Official Says
North Korea Challenges UN Report on Violations
Sri Lanka Calls Early Presidential Elections
Indonesia Inaugurates New President
Libya
Libya's Persecuted People Displaced Again
Libyan Militant Pleads Not Guilty in Benghazi Attacks
Gadhafi Cousin Hopes to Participate in Libyan Peace Talks
Nigeria
At Least 30 Killed in Northeast Nigeria Clashes Despite 'Truce'
Nigeria Declared Ebola-Free; 'Spectacular Success'
Africa
US Drone Crashes on Landing at Airport in Niger
UN Surveillance Drone Crashes in Eastern DR Congo
Kenyan Military Kill Five Militants, Seize Explosives
In Zimbabwe, Another Mugabe Seeks the Presidency
The War at Home
Navy Report Casts Doubt on Sea Dragon Helicopter's Reliability
Anchorage School District Bans Military Recruiters After Reports of Inappropriate Advances
Oklahoma Guard F-16s Collide in Midair Over Kansas; 1 Pilot Ejects
Expelled Nazis Got Millions in Social Security
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
10/20/2014
Is Mexico a Failed State?

Ivan Eland
10/21/2014
Turkey’s Reluctance to Help Against ISIS Should Be a Red Flag

Lucy Steigerwald
10/17/2014
CIA Admits That Funding Rebels Doesn't Work

Nebojsa Malic
10/11/2014
The Grim and the Funny of Bosnian Elections

David R. Henderson
9/18/2014
Richard Epstein's Faulty Case for Intervention

Ran HaCohen
8/02/2014
Yet Another War of Deceit

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