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War Pushes Yemen to Partition, Thwarting Peace
  27 Civilians Killed in Saudi Airstrikes Against Yemen Villages
  Saudi Warplanes Repeatedly Bomb Yemen Prison, Killing 60
UN Slams Aleppo Rebels for Accused Gas Attacks
  Shi'ite Militias Enter Mosul Battle, but Eyes Joining Syria War
Iraqi Militia Leader: Mosul Battle Won't Be a Picnic
  300 ISIS Child Soldiers Killed in Past Two Weeks Around Mosul
  255 Killed in Iraq; Baghdad Bombed
Afghan Govt Rapidly Lost Territory Over Summer
Iceland Vote Leaves Ruling Center-Right Party in Charge
This Is What Will Happen to Mosul After ISIS Is Pushed Out  by Patrick Cockburn
One Veteran's War on Islamophobia  by Nate Terani
The US and Russia Ensure a Balance of Terror in Syria  by Charles Glass
What Is to Be Done?
 by Justin Raimondo
Putin-Obama Trust Evaporates  by Ray McGovern
Does America Know What It's Doing in the Middle East?  by Christopher Preble

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US Personnel 'Targeting Killer Drones From Britain'
Sen. Harry Reid: FBI Director 'May Have Broken the Law'
Sen. Reid Letter to FBI Chief James Comey
FBI Agents Knew of Clinton-Related Emails Weeks Before Director Was Briefed
Al Shabaab Seizes Town From Somali Government
255 Killed in Iraq; Baghdad Bombed
Turkey's Erdogan Says Ankara Aims to Reinforce Troops on Iraq Border
Iraqi Villagers Escape ISIS Snipers, Leave Family Behind
Iraqi Civilians Feed Fighters on Mosul Front Lines
In Wake of Mosul Offensive, a Tale of Two Villages
Inside the Mosul Offensive: The Civilians Fleeing the Battle Lines
Tal Afar, West of Mosul, Becomes Center of Battle for Influence in Iraq
Car Bombs, Rockets as Rebels Battle to Break Aleppo Siege
Russia Sending Three Submarines Towards Syria in Preparation for Major Assault on Aleppo
Turkey Shuts 15 Media Outlets Over Alleged Terrorist Links
US Orders Families of Consulate Workers in Istanbul to Leave
Over 10,000 Civil Servants Dismissed Over Turkey Coup
Turkey Parliament to Consider Death Penalty for Coup Plotters: Erdogan
Three Soldiers Killed in PKK Attack in the Southeastern Turkey
Turkey Bans Pro-Kurdish Party Leader From Traveling Abroad
Turkish Opposition Lawmaker Injured in Armed Attack: Media
Yemen's Hadi Rejects UN Peace Plan Amid Deadly Raids
Bomb-Laden Car Explodes Near Central Bank in Yemen's Aden
More Than 1,400 Suspected Cholera Cases in Yemen: WHO
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Says Foiled Plot to Bomb World Cup Qualifier
Saudi Security Officer Killed in Drive-By Shooting in Qatif
Israeli Officer Says He Made Up One of the IDF's Most Iconic Tales of Heroism
Israeli Officials Named as '50s Soviet Agents in KGB Papers
Attempted Vehicle and Stabbing Attack Near Ramallah
Mavi Marmara Raid: Relatives Vow to Pursue Legal Case
Foreign Ministry: Relocating Illegal Outpost to Abandoned Palestinian Land Would Harm Israel
Middle East
Iranian Justice Minister Says Executions in Iran Too High
Bahrain Blocks Exit of Activist's Wife: Rights Groups
Refugee Crisis
Sixteen Migrant Bodies Washed Up in Western Libya: Red Crescent
Inside the Squalid New Migrant 'Jungles' of Paris
Calais Migrants Face Opposition at New, Small-Town Destinations
Iceland's Independence Party Looking to Form Next Government
President Admits French Role in Nazi Internment of Gypsies
Belarus Allows Small Demonstration Outside KGB Headquarters
Serbia: Cache of Weapons Found Near PM's Family Home
Moldova Presidential Election Appears Headed to Runoff
Germany Doubts ISIS Claim of Fatal Stabbing
Spain's Rajoy Wins Confidence Vote to Be Prime Minister
Swiss Railway Ticket Machines to Sell Bitcoin Digital Currency
The War at Home
Amnesty International USA Sends Human Rights Observers to Standing Rock Protests
FAA Says North Dakota Cops Commited Felony by Shooting Down DAPL Protester Drones
Standing Rock Tribe Protests Over North Dakota Pipeline, Clashes Erupt
Eight Arrested in Northwest Iowa While Protesting Dakota Access Pipeline
NSA Appears to Have Missed 'Big Red Flags' in Suspect's Behavior
Department of Defense Releases Budget Figure for 2016 Military Intelligence Program
Defense Secretary Carter Says Pentagon Won't Use Robots That Decide on Their Own When to Kill
2 Indian Soldiers Killed Along Disputed Kashmir Frontier
Tensions Soar Along Frontier in Disputed Kashmir Region
Pakistan Says It Will Quash Planned Political Protest
India Claims Dead Soldier Killed in Kashmir Was Mutilated by Militants
Kashmir: The Teenager Blinded by Pellets
Gunmen Kill Five Shiites Muslims in Southern Pakistan
Unrest in Kashmir Claims New Casualties: Schools
India Offers to Buy 200 Foreign Combat Jets – if They're Made-in-India
Mass Protests Against South Korean President Park
US Challenges China's Imports of North Korean Coal Amid UN Sanctions
LeT Militants Killed in Airstrikes in Afghanistan
In Myanmar, Military Action Forces Some to Flee
China Tries to 'Divide and Rule' Taiwan by Befriending Pro-Beijing Towns
Philippines Says China Ships Still at Shoal, but Fishermen Unhindered
Ten Bodies Bearing Signs of Torture Found in Libya's Benghazi
Car Explodes in Eastern Libya, Killing Activist, 5 Others
Five Militant Attacks in Egypt's Sinai Leaves Three Dead, Eight Wounded
Roadside Explosion in Egypt's North Sinai Kills Senior Military Officer
Egypt Gives Life Sentences to Brotherhood Supporters for 2013 Riot
Egypt Tourism in Limbo Year After Russian Plane Bombing
Egyptian FM Warns Muslim Bloc After Its Mocking of El-Sisi
At Least 25 Killed in Fresh Central African Republic Fighting, Says UN
Twin Suicide Bombings Kill at Least Nine in Nigeria
Moroccan Fish Vendor's Death Sparks Protests Against Police
Algeria Forces Hunt Militants After Policeman Assassinated
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack Outside US Embassy in Nairobi
DR Congo Activists Arrested After Anti-Kabila Protest
Violence and Low Turnout in Ivory Coast's Constitutional Referendum
Some of Venezuela's Opposition Begin Talks With President
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