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McCain, Graham Attack Rand Paul Over Drones
  White House to Rand Paul: ‘The Answer is No.’ Rand Accepts.
  Sen. Durbin Objects to Vote Against Bombing Citizens on US Soil
  Senate Wakes Up to War on Terror's 'Battlefield America'
  Obama May Stretch 9/11 Law to Go After New al-Qaeda Offshoots
  Naming the Dead: Five Stories of Drone War Victims
  Attorney General Holder: We Can Kill Americans on US Soil
Pentagon Ran Torture Centers in Iraq
  Syrian Jets and Rebels Strike in Iraq, 13 Killed Across Country
  Report: Iraq Depleted Uranium Clean-Up to Cost At Least $30 Million
  Over $8 Billion Spent Rebuilding Iraq Was Wasted Outright
Military To Withhold Key Data on Afghan War
  Taliban Kill 17 Afghan Soldiers in Once-Quiet Region
UN's Hans Blix: Iran Nuke Threat is Overhyped
  US, Canadian Envoys Storm Out of IAEA After Iran Criticizes Israel
Syrian Rebels Capture 21 UN Troops Near Israel
  Militants From Russia's North Caucasus Flok to Join 'Jihad' in Syria
  Arab League Authorizes Arms to Syrian Rebels
Egypt Court Cancels April Elections
UNICEF: Israel Abuses Palestinian Child Detainees
Sequestration: Navy Withdraws Ships From Drug War
Killing Americans on US Soil: DOJ's Evasive, Manipulative Letter  by Conor Friedersdorf
Western Military Intervention in Syria Would Be a Disaster  by John Wight
Obama's Persecution of Bradley Manning  by Anthony Gregory
'They All Looked Alike'  by Matthew Harwood
Innocent Iranians Off the Agenda in Almaty  by Reza Marashi & Trita Parsi
Obama Promised to Close Gitmo. Instead, He's Made It Worse  by Murtaza Hussain

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Prisoner X Was Working for Israeli Govt, Australia Confirms
Google Shares National Security Data
Guantanamo-Bound Barge Dumps Cargo Into Ocean
Air Force Cancels US Air Shows, but Not in Australia
US Says 'Non-Lethal Force' Used in Gitmo Incident but Won't Confirm Report of Shot Fired
Why Is the US Spending Hundreds of Millions on These Secret Israeli Bunkers?
Ultra-Orthodox Could Lose Mass State Funding Without Spot in Netanyahu Coalition
Egypt's Tunnel Closures Hit Gaza Builders
Peres Tells EU President: Terror, Not Israeli Settlements, Is Obstacle to Peace
No Arafat Poison Probe Results Before May
AG: Netanyahu Can Hold FM Post for Lieberman
CentCom Chief: 'If Iran Reaches Critical Point in Nuke Drive, Israel Will Attack'
Iran's Khamenei Seen Tightening His Grip in Vote to Replace Ahmadinejad
Nasrallah Meets Iranian Clerics in Lebanon
Yemen Announces Results of Investigations Into Deadly Crashes of Warplanes
Pakistan, Under Cultural Siege, Is Buoyed by Book Festivals
Portland City Employee Is Arrested, Accused in Pakistan Terror Attack of 2009
Security Council to Vote Thursday on New Sanctions Against North Korea
China Defends Military Expansion
Sri Lanka 'Disappeared': Families Stage Colombo Protest
British Troops to Leave Germany by 2019
Police: Real IRA Member Shot to Death Outside Rural Irish Pub; 5 Arrested
Even After Death, Chavez Gets Choice of Successor
US Sees No 'Unusual Threat' to Americans After Chavez Dies
Air Raids on Syrian City of Raqqa Kill 39
UK to Send Armored Vehicles to Syrian Opposition
Syrian Activists Say Northern City Fully Liberated
Syria Military Pounds Homs for Fourth Day
Arab League Discusses Giving Syria's Seat to Opposition
Syria Says It Discovered Israeli Espionage Equipment
Syrian Jets and Rebels Strike in Iraq, 13 Killed Across Country
How the Shia Are in Power in Iraq – but Not in Control
Analysts: Jabhat Al-Nusra in Syria Mirrors Al-Qaeda in Iraq
Iraq Launches Anti-al-Qaeda Campaign Near Syrian Border
Protests Rage in Egypt's Port Said for Fourth Day
Morsi to Appeal Suspension of Egypt's Parliamentary Elections
Libya Interim Leader's Car Comes Under Fire
Libya Oil Guards Protect Nation's 'Blood' Against Enemies
Libya Border Control Linked to Interpol for First Time
Russia Says It's Ready to Discuss UN Force for Mali
French Soldier, About 10 Militants Die in Clash Near Gao as Troops Press Eastward in Mali
Sarkozy Criticizes Intervention
Editor of Mali Paper Detained After Publishing Letter Critical of Coup Leader's Salary
French Soldiers to Be Withdrawn From Mali in April
UN Eases Decades-Old Somalia Arms Embargo for One Year
Sudan, South Sudan Set to Resume Border Talks
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