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News
Updated August 21, 2014 - 8:09 PM EDT
Pentagon Pushes Iraq, Syria Escalations
 
  Hagel: ISIS an Imminent Threat to Every Interest We Have
  US Launched Rescue Operation in Syria for Foley, Others
  ISIS Militants Seize Four More Foreign Hostages in Syria
  Kurds Rejoin Iraq Cabinet, Will Negotiate Ministerial Positions
2nd Man Shot by Cops Wasn't Attacking With Knife
 
  Homeland Security Gave Police Billions for 'Tactical' Equipment
Israeli Airstrikes Kill 3 Top Hamas Commanders
 
  Israel Returns to Cairo Talks as Netanyahu Vows More Airstrikes
  Israel Pounds Gaza: 22 Killed, Including 4 Kids
  Gaza Cost Far Exceeds Estimate, Official Says
Thousands of Shi'ite Rebels Enter Yemen Capital
Ukraine Govt Shelling Kills 43 Civilians in Luhansk Attack
IAEA: Iran Complying With Terms of Extended Nuclear Deal
Viewpoints
There's No Proportionality in American Law and Order  by Lucy Steigerwald
Give Up Your Domestic Empire or Live Under It  by Dan Sanchez
Uphill Task for Israel's Apologists  by Ramzy Baroud
Fascism in America  by Philip Giraldi
Turning America Into a War Zone  by John W. Whitehead
Police Officer: 'If You Don't Want to Get Shot... Just Do What I Tell You.'  by J.D. Tuccille

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A Night in Ferguson: Rubber Bullets, Tear Gas, a Jail Cell
US Military Bans Glenn Greenwald's The Intercept
Gitmo Hunger Strike Cost $300k for Liquid Nutrition
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Saudi Arabia Beheads Four Men for Smuggling Marijuana
 
Military Crackdown in Missouri
DoD Defends Gear Transfers to Police
National Guard in Ferguson Used the N-Word
Ferguson Police 'Detain, Beat, Threaten' Turkish Anadolu Agency Correspondent
Officer Who Pointed Gun at Ferguson Protesters Suspended
Ferguson Fueled by Razing of Historic Black Town
CNN Anchor Blasted for Asking Why Police Aren't Using Water Cannons
The War at Home
The Double Identity of an 'Anti-Semitic' Commenter
Navy Kicks Out 34 for Nuke Cheating
Study: TSA Full-Body Scanners Failed to Detect Guns, Explosives
Army Quits Tests After Competing Rifle Outperforms M4a1 Carbine
Washington Thinktank Apologizes for Tweet Telling Amnesty to 'Suck It' for Opposing US Wars
Ukraine/Russia
Ukraine Warplane Shot Down as Clashes Kill Dozens
Red Cross Team Enters Eastern Ukraine to Smooth Way for Russian Convoy
Ukraine Conflict Is Draining Economy, Hampering Reforms: PM Yatseniuk
Merkel Ukraine Role Mirrors Rising German Ambition
Ukraine Rebel Movement Faces Uncertain Future
Russia Watchdog Shuts Four McDonald's in Moscow
Poland Says Sees Signs Russia Trying to Extend Food Import Ban to Goods in Transit
Afghanistan
NATO Soldier Dies in Kabul Stabbing
Afghanistan Orders US Reporter to Leave Over Election Story
Last Marine Regiment Departs Afghanistan
Pakistan/India
Opposition Leader Khan Opens Talks With Pakistan Government Over Protests
Pakistan Protest Leader Imran Khan Unveils His Party's Six Demands
Pakistan Envoy Defends Meeting Kashmiri Separatists in India
Narendra Modi to Replace India's Planning Commission
Irom Sharmila: India Hunger Striker Freed
China
Three More Tibetans Die From Shooting by Chinese Police: Rights Group
Africa
Seleka Rebels Threaten to Split Central African Republic
Uganda's Somalia Troops Not Paid for Six Months
Somali Radio Closure: Shabelle Manager in Hiding
Ethiopia Now Africa's Biggest Refugee Host Amid South Sudan Crisis
Americas
Mexico: 14 Police on Trial for US SUV Shooting Involving CIA
Guatemala's Armed Forces Chief Dies in Helicopter Crash
 
Iraq
Dozens of Militants Killed Across Iraq
US Using Journalist's Execution as Pretext for Further Iraq Escalation
Iraq 'Certainly Looks Like War,' Says House Dem
Kurdish Ministers Rejoin Iraqi Government: Foreign Minister
Iraq Accuses ISIS of Smuggling Oil to Export Markets
European Nations Boost Arms Supplies, Military Support to Kurds
Maliki: Everyone in New Government Must Back Iraq's Unity
France Wants Arabs, Iran, Security Council Members to Tackle Islamic State
Germany Says Prepared to Send Weapons to Iraq's Kurds
The Murder of James Foley
US Officials Confirm Video Shows Islamic State Militants Beheading Missing American Journalist
Accent of James Foley's Executioner Prompts a Reckoning in Britain
Militants Use British Killer as Propaganda
Syria Most Dangerous Place in the World for Journalists
Who Is Steven Sotloff, the Other US Journalist Being Held by ISIS?
Jihadists Flowing In
Austria Police Hold Nine Jihadist Suspects
Report: British Fighters Make Up a Quarter of Foreign Jihadists
German Minister Accuses Qatar of Financing ISIS
Kuwait Detains Muslim Cleric Suspected of Funding Militants: Security Source
Israel/Palestine
Airstrike Kills Wife and Child of Hamas Figure
Netanyahu Sees Extended Gaza Military Campaign
Hamas: Israel Tried to Assassinate Military Chief in Gaza
Hamas: Rockets Targeted Off-Shore Israeli Gas Well
Lieberman, Bennett Divided Over Hamas
Livni: No Negotiations With Hamas
Dismissing Criticism Over Gaza Policies, Netanyahu Tells Ministers: Talk Less
Turkey
Turkish Soldier Killed in Clashes With Kurdish Militants
Erdogan Allies Likely to Dominate Turkey's New Cabinet
Middle East
Photojournalist Held in Iran Is Released on Bail, but Washington Post Reporter Still Held
UAE Ruler Approves Lengthy Counter-Terrorism Law
Egypt
Four Beheaded Corpses Found in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt Says Rolling Blackouts to End in Four Months
Libya
Heavy Fighting Erupts in Libya's Benghazi, Killing Five
Libya Restarts Oil Exports From Biggest Port as Fighting Rages in Benghazi
 
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8/20/2014
Ferguson: Ten Days That Shook the Country

Lucy Steigerwald
8/21/2014
There's No Proportionality in American Law and Order

Ivan Eland
8/19/2014
Blowback from More Intervention in Iraq

Nebojsa Malic
8/09/2014
Covering for the KLA

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

David R. Henderson
4/28/2014
An Economist’s Case for a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy

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