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Updated October 20, 2014 - 10:35 PM EDT
ISIS in 15 Simultaneous Attacks on Kurds in Iraq
 
  Bomb Kills Mourners at Baghdad Shi'ite Mosque
  Could Iraq's Tribes Provide the Glue To Keep the Country Together?
  146 Are Killed in Battles and Bombings Across Iraq
Turkey Won't Allow US Arms Transfers to Kurds
 
  Kobani Fight Escalates as ISIS Picks Up Shelling
Untrained, Ill-Equipped US Troops to Fight Ebola
 
  Pentagon Announces Domestic 'Ebola Response Team'
Ukraine Confirms Winter Gas Deal With Russia
 
  German Spy Agency Blames Ukraine Rebels for MH17 Crash
Rival Governments Dispute Control of Libyan Oil
Netanyahu: Iran With Centrifuges Worse Than ISIS
Viewpoints
Edward Snowden and the Golden Age of Spying  Tom Engelhardt interviews Laura Poitras
Gaza and the Bipartisan War on Human Rights  by Stephen Zunes
Troops to Africa Won't Fix a Failed Presidency  by Scott McPherson
Is Mexico a Failed State?  by Justin Raimondo
The Real Secret of Iraq's Germ Weapons  by Eric Margolis
National Service Is Anti-Liberty and Un-American  by Ron Paul

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Frontline
NATO Seeks More US Ships
Kerry Seeks Asia's Help in Anti-ISIS Push
Marine's Murder Charge in the Philippines Has International Consequences
Koreas Exchange Fire Near Heavily Fortified Border
Spain Gives US Go-Ahead to Use Bases Against Ebola
Navy's Electronic-Warfare Training Plan Not Flying in Washington State
 
Syria/Turkey
Battle for Kobani Intensifies as ISIS Uses Car Bombs, Syrian Fighters Execute Captives
70 ISIS Bodies Dropped Off at Syrian Hospital
German Motorcycle Club Members Join Dutch Bikers in Fight Against ISIS
US Military Says Air-Drops Weapons for Kurdish Fighters Near Kobani
One House, Five Families and Much Loss on Turkey-Syria Border
200,000 Syrian Kurds Find a Cold Reception as They Flee Kobani Across Border Into Turkey
Iraq
146 Are Killed in Battles and Bombings Across Iraq
Iraq Approves Australian Anti-ISIS Forces
Iraqi Push to Retake Refinery City Hit by Suicide Attack
Death Penalty Fuels Violence in Iraq, Says UN Report
Palestine/Israel
Netanyahu Tries and Fails to Bypass the Palestinians
Palestinians From Israel Risk Arrest for 'Arab Idol' Show
Israeli Doctor Reported Killed Fighting for ISIS
Half-Mumbled Prayers and Friction at Jerusalem's Holiest Site
Abbas Threatens Legal Action to Stop Settlers From Attacking Al-Aqsa
Israeli MPs Demand Imprisonment for Opposition MP for Criticism of Military
Police in the West Bank Arrest Settler for Attack on Palestinian Olive Harvesters
Hamas Leader's Daughter Received Medical Treatment in Israel: Sources
Yemen
Fighting Greets Arrival of Yemen's New PM
Yemen's Houthis Dismantle Sanaa Airport Road Camp, Gunmen Remain
Saudi Arabia Warns Yemen's Shiite Rebels Against Border Incursions
Middle East
Iran Vows to Aid Lebanese Military, Hezbollah
Rights Group Says Kuwait Strips 33 of Nationality
 
Afghanistan
Hundreds of Taliban Launch Deadly Afghan Attacks
30 Militants Give Up Fighting in Afghan Province Amid Uprising Against Taliban
Blast Kills 1 Civilian, Wounds 3 in Afghan Northern City
UAE Committed to Afghanistan Long-Term Diplomat Says
China
At Least 22 People Are Reported Killed in Attack at a Market in Western China
China Says It's Hard to Resume Cyber Security Talks With US
Chinese Coastguard Vessels Patrol Disputed Waters
Asia
For Japan, Small Gesture Holds Great Importance
Indian Ruling BJP Makes Gains in Polls
Bhutto's Son Tries to Revive the Pakistan Peoples Party's Fortunes
Thai Scholar May Face Jail for Insulting King Who Died in 1605
DR Congo
Gunmen Free Hundreds of Prisoners in East Congo
Mass Jailbreak as DR Congo Violence Worsens
UN Rights Official to Return to Congo Despite Expulsion: Spokesman
Africa
Egypt Officials Say Roadside Bomb in Restive Sinai Peninsula Kills 7 Troops
Nigeria Says Return of Kidnapped Girls Close Despite Shaky State of Truce
French Forces Detain Suspects in Mali UN Attack
Ukraine
Shelling in East Ukraine's Donetsk Kills Four Civilians
Ukraine's 'Pitchfork' Populist Could Be Wild Card in New Line-Up
Sweden
Sweden Says Credible Reports of Foreign Submarine in Its Waters
Russia Denies Submarine Incident Off Sweden
Albania/Serbia
Albania, Serbia Postpone Visit After Soccer Brawl
 
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Columnists

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

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

Ivan Eland
10/14/2014
Presidents and the War Power

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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