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Updated June 8, 2016 - 11:28 PM EDT
US To Give Israel Largest Military Aid in History
Russia, US Add Troops Amid NATO War Games
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Assad: Aleppo Is Graveyard of Erdogan's Dreams
 
  Report: Israeli Jets Attack Syrian Military Base in Homs
  Syria Troops, US-Backed Kurds Both Seize ISIS Territory in Raqqa
Iraq Commander Insists Fallujah Victory in 'Days'
Obama Threatens Veto of Military Funds Over Guantanamo
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Silencing America as It Prepares for War  by John Pilger
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Rehearsing for World War III  by Justin Raimondo
Despite Video Scandal at State, Iran Deal Is Working  by Daniel DePetris
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Iraq
99 Killed in Iraq; Dozens Executed in Mosul
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Syria
Around 10,000 Citizens From CSTO Ex-Soviet Alliance Fighting in Syria: Agencies
Turkey
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Yemen
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Middle East
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Israel/Palestine
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Mexican Human Rights Groups Report Crimes Against Humanity
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Guatemala: Eight Ex-Military Figures to Face Trial Over Killings
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Facebook and Google Battle Latest FBI Attempt to Expand Surveillance
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Refugee Crisis
Turkey to Suspend EU Migration Deal if No Visa-Free Travel for Turks: Minister
EU Court Rules No Jail for Illegal Migrants
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China
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Chinese Police Require DNA for Passports in Xinjiang
Koreas
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South Korea Courts Isolated North's Old Friends in Push for Change
Asia
US, Japan, India to Hold Major Naval Drill in Western Pacific
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PNG Police Shoot Protesting University Students Dead in Port Moresby
Hindu Priest in Bangladesh Hacked to Death by Suspected Islamists
Emotions Run High as Family and Friends Bury Afghan Journalist
Africa
Latest Boko Haram Attack in Niger Forces Thousands to Flee
Nigeria to Talk With Delta Avengers: Oil Minister
Renamo Gunmen Attack Train in Central Mozambique: State News Agency
Egypt Puts Former Auditor on Trial for Exposing Corruption
Kenya Bans Protest Marches Against Electoral Commission
Tanzania Police Uses Teargas at Opposition Rally, Bans Protests
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Azeri President Says Nagorno-Karabakh Ceasefire Is Not Stable
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6/02/2016
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5/31/2016
The Sociology of War

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5/28/2016
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