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Congo’s feared M23 rebels end their insurgency
A group of M23 rebels sit on a pickup truck in December, 2012.
Sudarsan Raghavan

The movement ends its 20-month rebellion after U.N.-backed Congolese forces proclaim victory.
Pakistani leader threatens to cut off NATO supply routes
Tim Craig and Haq Nawaz Khan

Imran Khan, whose party controls a key province, says flow depends on a halt to U.S. drone strikes.
Afghan delegation to meet with former Taliban leader
Kevin Sieff
Abdul Ghani Baradar has been envisioned as a key go-between in peace talks.
16 Afghan presidential candidates disqualified from race
Sayed Salahuddin

Most of the 10 approved by the country’s electoral body are seen as pro-Karzai figures.
Afghan assembly to consider deal with U.S. next month
Sayed Salahuddin
The proposal would allow the U.S. military to keep key bases and troops in Afghanistan after 2014.
Moderate Syrian rebels feel squeeze
Loveday Morris

Lacking meaningful aid from the West and battling adversaries on two fronts, the opposition groups are quickly losing fighters.
U.S., Afghanistan agree on outline of post-2014 accord
Anne Gearan

The deal would keep some U.S. troops in place, provided they are granted immunity, Kerry says.
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Syrian rebels, off the battlefield
As the two-year-old conflict grinds on, a look at the rebels during breaks in the fighting.
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Tracking America’s drone war
Armed drones have become a vital element of U.S. national security policy. This project documents ongoing drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia.
Obama awards Army captain Medal of Honor
Capt. William Swenson was awarded the honor for his bravery during the Battle of Ganjgal, one of the deadliest battles in the Afghan war.
U.S. drone network in the Middle East and Africa
As the U.S. military withdraws from Afghanistan, the Pentagon is shifting its fleet of drones to other global hot spots.
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New details on the migration of deadly IRAMs from Iraq militias to Syrian Defense Force to Nusra by @Brown_Moses brown-moses.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/the-sy…
@LizSly
New details on the migration of deadly IRAMs from Iraq militias to Syrian Defense Force to Nusra by @​Brown_Moses http://brown-moses.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-syrian-national-defence-forces-most.html 
Brown Moses Blog: The Syrian National Defence Force's Most Devastating Urban Combat Weapon
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Iran talks stall over Arak. You do have to wonder how an Iranian nuclear reactor got to be called Arak. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/09/iran-nuclear-negitiations-arak-reactor-crucial 
Iran nuclear negotiations at crucial juncture over Arak reactor
France sceptical of draft text from Tehran but other western powers play down talk of divisions and say deal imminent
@LizSly
Iran talks stall over Arak. You do have to wonder how an Iranian nuclear reactor got to be called Arak. theguardian.com/world/2013/nov…
@LizSly
Brits fighting with ISIS in Syria pledge to topple Cameron, raise the AQ flag in the White House. Bless. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jD146Rx80k&feature=youtu.be 

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My very interesting Q&A with Ken Pollack: What has to happen – and can’t happen – for an Iranian nuclear deal to work wapo.st/16Pr6OD
@Max_Fisher
My very interesting Q&A with Ken Pollack: What has to happen – and can’t happen – for an Iranian nuclear deal to work http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/11/09/what-has-to-happen-and-what-cant-happen-for-an-iranian-nuclear-deal-to-succeed/ 
What has to happen – and what can’t happen – for an Iranian nuclear deal to succeed
Kenneth Pollack:
@Max_Fisher
"No certainty" (Fabius) "No time fixed" (Hague). It's looking like there won't be an Iran deal after all http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/kerry-in-geneva-to-push-nuclear-talks-with-iran-says-important-gaps-remain/2013/11/09/e08a4414-4931-11e3-bf0c-cebf37c6f484_story.html 
Diplomats continue push for deal with Iran on nuclear program
Secretary of state’s decision to join the six-nation nuclear talks indicates progress, but differences remain.
@LizSly
"No certainty" (Fabius) "No time fixed" (Hague). It's looking like there won't be an Iran deal after all washingtonpost.com/world/kerry-in…
@LizSly
How Jimmy Kimmel’s China joke became an issue for the White House http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/reliable-source/wp/2013/11/08/how-jimmy-kimmels-china-joke-became-an-issue-for-the-white-house/ 
How Jimmy Kimmel’s China joke became an issue for the White House
The Obama administration is being asked to investigate the late night comedian's show.
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