Updated May 28, 2016 - 11:50 AM EDT
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May 27th, 2016

Military Denies Bombing Fallujah Hospital; 18 Killed in Iraq Trapped in Fallujah, Residents Fear Long Battle
Pentagon Seeks Increased Military Ties With Vietnam A Look at the Operation Condor Conspiracy in South America
US Military Restricts Activities After Murder in Okinawa Senator Scolds Obama for 'Preaching Nuclear Temperance From a Bar Stool'
Virginia Cabbie Faces 48 Years in Prison After Driving Aspiring Terrorist to Airport Feinstein-Burr Encryption Legislation Is Dead in the Water
IAEA: Iran Continues to Comply With Nuclear Deal US Claims ISIS Commander, Dozens of Fighters Killed in Fallujah Strikes
Putin Warns of Response to Poland, Romania Hosting US Missile Defense ISIS Drives Rebels Back, Nears Key Syrian Border Town of Azaz
US Orders Green Berets to Remove Kurdish Militia Patches Saudi Arabia and Iran Fail to Reach Deal on Hajj
Colombia's ELN Rebels Free Three Kidnapped Journalists Obama Has Slowed Reduction in US Nuclear Arsenal
Days After Forming, Israel's Far-Right Govt May Be Near Collapse Last Pentagon-Trained Syrian Rebels On Verge of Defeat
Greece's Tsipras Condemns Sanctions Against Russia Hundreds of Civilians Flee Iraq's Fallujah Area
Somali Americans Divided as FBI Informant Testifies Against Friends 15 Convicted for Atrocities of South American Dictatorships
Blast Kills Five Soldiers and Wounds Four in Mali: Army Catholic Priest Says Colombia Rebels Free Spanish Journalist
Mexican Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Appeals Extradition to Us Pentagon Brass Seek to Mollify Guantanamo Judge in 9/11 Case
As Ties Deepen, Elite US, Vietnam Forces Eye Possible Opening After Sea Spat, China Pledges Deeper Defense Ties With Indonesia
China Eyes Turning South China Sea Islands Into Maldives-Style Resorts Middle East Refugees Help Europe Prosecute War Crimes
Nigeria Militants Blow Up Gas, Oil Pipelines: Community Leader Philippine Arrests 10 Chinese Fishermen in Latest Sea Spat
Syrian Refugee Finds Home Among the Beards of Budapest Iran's Uranium Stockpile Stays Within Limit Set by Nuclear Deal: IAEA
Russia May Extend Counter-Sanctions Until End-2017: PM China Says Extremely Dissatisfied With G7 Statement on South China Sea
North Korea Threatens Retaliation After South Korean Warning Shots Syrian President Denies Media Report of New Russian-Drafted Constitution
Europe Steps Up North Korea Sanctions With Oil, Finance Bans Five Jailed for Life in Uganda for Al Shabaab World Cup Bombings
Delta Militants Threaten 'Something Big', Greet Nigerian Children Russia Says US 'Delays' With Joint Syria Action May Hit Peace Process
Macedonian President Revokes Pardons for 22 Politicians UN Chief 'Deeply Disappointed' by Rejection of Press Watchdog
Putin Says Crimea's Status as Part of Russia Not Up for Discussion UN Urges Greece to Improve Conditions for Transferred Refugees
More Than 2,000 Boat Migrants Rescued Off Italy, More Deaths Feared ISIS Commander in Falluja Killed, US Military Says
ISIS Advances Near Turkish Border, Civilians Trapped Italy Navy Recovered 45 Bodies Near Half-Sunken Migrant Boat
UK Citizen Jailed in US for Heathrow Suicide Plot The Last Remaining Pentagon-Trained Rebel Group in Syria Is Now in Jeopardy
Trump Suggests US Should Bomb Libya NATO Mulls Use of New Drones Near Libya
Iran Denies Ties to Slain 'Terrorist' Taliban Leader In Iraq's Battle for Fallujah, Residents Gird for Long Fight
Reduction of Nuclear Arsenal Has Slowed Under Obama, Report Finds Nigeria: Violent Herdsmen May Have Boko Haram Ties - Buratai
UN Urges Syrian Government to Stop Blocking Aid Deliveries ISIS Gains Ground in Syria Despite Recent Loses
20 Afghans Among 95 Suspects Held in Peshawar Friday Prayers Cancelled After Three Bombs Found in Aden Mosques
Rangers Kill Three Terrorists in Karachi Netanyahu's Government May Be Near Collapse, Report Says
After Purported Coalition Snub, Sissi Said to Back Palestinian Peace Demands Poll: Party Headlined by Ya'alon, Sa'ar, Kahlon Could Beat Likud
TV Report: Top Israeli Politicians Believe Coalition Could Soon Fall Apart US Commandos Ordered to Remove 'Inappropriate' YPG Patches
US Strikes Kill Fallujah's ISIS Commander, Dozens More Fighters: Coalition ISIS Drives Syria Rebels From Near Turkish Border
Turkey Slams 'Two-Faced' US After Photos Emerge of Troops Wearing Kurdish Patches Israel to Release Jailed Palestinian Astrophysicist Barghouthi After International Clamor
Israeli Ex-Officers Publish Peace Plan Argentine Court Convicts 15 Ex-Army Officers for Atrocities
Draft Paper: Germany to Boost Military Role on World Stage Bennett Rejects Netanyahu's Proposed Compromise on Security Cabinet
Turkey Angry Over US Soldier Images Government Still Holding on to 5 Years of NSA Phone-Snooping Metadata
Mexican Military Runs Up Body Count in Drug War Japan's Leader Has Little Use for Hiroshima's Lessons of Pacifism
China, India Pledge to Boost Partnership Secret Text in Senate Bill Would Give FBI Warrantless Access to Email Records
How the Japanese View Obama's Hiroshima Visit Push to Expand FBI Surveillance Authority Threatens US Email Privacy Bill
South Korea Leader Seeks African Support Against North Korea Iraqis Fleeing Mosul to Syria, Up to 50,000 Anticipated: UNHCR
Israeli Environment Minister Resigns in Protest of 'Extremist Government' Obama Mourns Dead in Hiroshima, Calls for World Without Nuclear Arms

May 26th, 2016

A Mushroom Cloud Hangs Over Obama's Hiroshima Visit 95 Killed in Iraq; Fighting Continues in Fallujah

May 25th, 2016

In US Army, Enlisted Soldiers' Risk of Suicide Attempts Varies Over Time

May 23rd, 2016

Once Off Limits, Hospitals Become Deadly Targets in Middle East Wars
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