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February 8th, 2014
Arizona Base Good for Drone, Laser Training, Army Commander Says
Media Sometimes Try, Fail to Keep NSA's Secrets
Pentagon Drops Plan to Retire USS George Washington
First Look Media to Launch Next Week With Snowden-Themed Digital Magazine
Tech's Biggest Players Hire First NSA Lobbyist
Crist: End Cuba Embargo
US-Russia Rift Widens at Sochi
New Egyptian Militant Group Claims Responsibility for Giza Bombing
Ukraine Not Investigating Bugged Phone Call Between US Diplomats
New US Commander in Afghanistan Focused on Election Security
Peace Talks With Tehreek-E-Taliban Pakistan Leaves No Room for Optimism
Razing of Palestinian Homes at 5-Year High
Italian Sailors Could Face 10 Years Over Indian Deaths
Surge in Israeli Demolition of Palestinian Homes
Hope for Iran's Blacklisted Students Rests With Rouhani
Syria Evacuees Under Threat
Child Casualties Soar in Afghan War
Ex CIA Head: Anti-Semitism Likely in Pollard Case
2 Dead as Tensions Rise in Algerian Desert City
Libyan Ex-Prosecutor General Assassinated
Afghan Soldiers Desperate for Pact With US, Criticize President Karzai for Delay
Mexico Vigilante Groups: We're in Major Gang-Held City
Future of Central African Republic Muslims Imperiled
North Korea Ship Free to Leave Panama; Fine Paid
Istanbul Clashes Over Turkey's New Internet Laws
Imprisoned Iraqi Defends Insurgent Activities
Three Convicted of Some Charges Tied to 2012 Chicago NATO Plot
Red Crescent Delivers Aid to Homs Despite Coming Under Attack
Top Obama Supporters Scold President Over Guantanamo Foot-Dragging
Iran Leader: Don't Pin Hope on Sanctions Relief
Swatch Chief Executive Ticked Off About NSA Spying Scandal
Silicon Valley Power-Grid Attack 'Terrorism'
Iraq Governor Gives Anbar Militants One-Week Ultimatum
Turkish Police Fire Tear Gas to Break Up Internet Protest
Bahrain Opposition Draws Up Roadmap for National Dialogue
Among Exile Elite, a Shift Over Cuba-US Policy
Opponents of Kiev Protests Gather at Barricade
Iran, UN Agency Resume Nuclear Talks in Tehran: IRNA
Kosovo Students Clash With Police in Pristina
Putin Meets Ukraine's Yanukovych on Sochi Sidelines
Pakistan Frontier Corps Man Killed in Militant Attack
US Adds Malik Ishaq's Name to Most Wanted Global Terrorist List
Negotiators to Meet TTP Leadership in North Waziristan
Musharraf Admits to Have Accepted 'Some' US Conditions After 9/11
15 Injured in Kashmore Bus Attack Shootout
Six Including Two Foreigners Arrested During Rangers Operation
Motorcycle Riding Banned in Peshawar
Renewed Syria Fighting Breaks Ceasefire in Homs
Syria Red Crescent Says Aid Workers Wounded in Homs
Egypt Army Kills 16 Suspected Militants in Sinai
Olmert: Netanyahu's Terms 'A Vast Distance' Away From Peace Basis
Kerry: Netanyahu Does Not Want NATO in West Bank
Rocket Fired From Gaza Hits Northern Negev; No Injuries
Breach of Ceasefire in Central Syria Delays Aid Convoy
Deadline Passes for South African al-Qaeda Hostage in Yemen
Syria: Homs Aid Convoy Comes Under Fire
BBC Finally Admits Bias Over Pro-Israel Commentator
UK Stealth Drone Surpasses Test Flight Expectations
Pakistan Peace Talks Stalled Over Shariah Demand
US Man Faces Charges After Making Hoax Claim of Sochi Attack
New No. 2 US Commander Takes Reins in Afghanistan
Khamenei Says US 'Wouldn't Hesitate' to Topple Iranian Regime if It Could
Sochi Hijack Attempt Over Ukrainian Prisoners
States Resisting the NSA Dragnet
Explosion at Bangkok Anti-Government Protest; 2 Injured
In Yemen, Questions and Anger Over US Drone Targets After Civilian Deaths
Activists Converge on Eastern Chinese City
Afghanistan Continues to Be Hub of Poppy Cultivation
UN: Civilian Casualties on the Rise in Afghanistan
Iran Still a Target of US Regime Change Agenda: Khamenei
Archivists Rediscover Long-Forgotten Photos From Spanish-American War
Syria Says Four Red Crescent Aid Workers Wounded in Homs
February 7th, 2014
DoJ: Feinstein's Committee Controls Torture Report; Has Final Say Over Public Release
February 3rd, 2014
The Injured Mind of an American Hero: Vet One of Thousands Lobotomized by Government After WWII
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