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We should try to be better than ISIS, says Ivan Eland
Trying To Block the US 'Pivot to Asia'
Christine Ahn on a victory for the Okinawan resistance
The Magical World of North Korea
Michael Malice on the accusations against the DPRK
 
FBI Steered Itself Toward Blaming N. Korea
Links to movie emerged well after the fact
NY Police Declare Own Safety 'Top Priority'
NYPD union pushes action against 'enemies' in City Hall
US Ground Troops Fight ISIS in W. Iraq
Iraqi police confirm US troops' involvement in clash
 
 
News
Updated December 24, 2014 - 9:56 AM EST
 
 
 
 
  
Anonymous Tip to FBI Fuels Panic Over 'ISIS Threat' to Memphis Bridge
 
 
Viewpoints
Five Reasons Why 2014 Was a Game-Changer in Palestine  by Ramzy Baroud
Latin America's Lesson for the US: Prosecute Torturers  by Jo-Marie Burt
Why Barrett Brown's Sentencing Hearing Was Sabotaged  by Tom Coburg
Afghanistan's Still-Broken Government  by Kelley Vlahos
Torture, American-Style  by Hugh Gusterson
Cuba, Rand Paul, and 21st-Century Republican Foreign Policy  by David Boaz
Spotlight
Frontline
 
Al Jazeera Journalist Jailed in Egypt Pens Letter Before Christmas
Iraq
Mass Grave Found Near Baghdad; 228 Killed Across Iraq
From Iraqi Mountaintop, a Fierce Battle to Free ISIS-Held Town
No Way Out for Iraqis Who Helped US in War
ISIS Mines Compound Hidden Killer That's Plagued Iraq for Decades
Women Excised From Public Life, Abused by ISIS
Syria
Search Is on for Diplomatic Solution to Syria War
Syrian Observatory: More Than 1,000 Jihadists Killed in US-Led Syria Strikes
Syria War Has Damaged Nearly 300 Heritage Sites, UN Says
Israeli Elections
Netanyahu Recieves Hefty Donations From US Patrons
Netanyahu Working With GOP Strategist Ahead of Elections
Recent Poll Predicts 22 Seats for Livni-Herzog Party, 21 for Likud
Israel Official: Settlement Funding Up Before Vote
Palestine/Israel
6,000 Palestinians Strike Over 'Daily Humiliation' at Crossing
After the War, a Bittersweet Christmas in Gaza
Gaza's Orphans Still Traumatised After Israel's Summer War
Israeli Arms-Trade Middlemen Still Unsupervised, Despite Law
Interior Minister: Israeli Arab Suspected of Fighting Alongside ISIS May Lose Citizenship
Middle East
OPEC Will Not Cut Output Even at $20 a Barrel: Saudi Arabia
Five Bombs Explode in Yemeni Capital, Killing One
Ex-US Marine Held in Iran Suspends Hunger Strike
Libya
UN Says Libya Rivals Agree 'in Principle' to Peace Talks
Hundreds of Civilians Killed in Libya Since August: UN
Africa
Central African Republic: Rebels Clash With UN Peacekeepers During Weekend Fighting
Algeria Army Kills Man Behind French Beheading
Sudanese Opposition Leader, 81, in Hospital After Two-Week Detention
Cuba
Cuba Says It Has a Right to Grant Asylum to US Fugitives
US Settles With Employers of Contractor Newly Freed by Cuba
Mexico
Mexican Army, Police to Take Over Duties in Michoacan Towns
After Long Fight, Groups Pry Memo on Migrant Killings From Mexican Government
 
The War at Home
House Democrat Seeks Full Details From Sony on Sweeping Cyber-Attack
Marathon Bombing Suspect Wants Trial Delayed
Military Vehicles Headed for Scrap Heap Arriving Daily in Indiana City
Global Arms Trade Pact to Take Force; US Senate Hasn't Ratified
India/Kashmir
Regional Party Wins Most Seats in Key Kashmir Vote
'Reconversion' of Religious Minorities Roils India's Politics
Afghanistan/Pakistan
Pakistan and Afghanistan Vow Anti-Taliban Coordination
Afghan Cabinet Delays Stoke Worry, Frustration
150 Taliban Killed in 12 Days of Fighting, Says Afghan Official
Pakistan Says Fighters Killed in Karachi Raid
Koreas
South Korea Steps Up Cyber Security at Nuclear Plants
China Says Reports It Helped Cut Off North Korea's Internet 'Irresponsible'
US Court: North Korea Liable for Damages in Kidnapping Case
Asia
Philippines Plans Acquisition of Frigates, Helos
Former Bangladeshi Minister Sentenced to Death for War Crimes
US Calls Planned Thai Poll Delay to 2016 'Unwise'
France
More Than 1,000 Troops Deployed in France Following Lone Wolf Attacks
France Finds No Links Among 3 Attacks in 3 Days
France Says Attack Drivers Apparently Mentally Ill
Europe
Under Pressure Over CIA Jail, Poland Sends Mixed Messages
Hungary PM Orban: US Uses Corruption Charges to Gain Influence
Gold Bars 'Swapped for Painted Lead Bricks' at Ukrainian Bank in Odessa
Northern Ireland Talks: Broad Agreement Is Brokered on Some Key Issues
Australia
Australia PM Abbott Warns of 'Heightened Terror Chatter'
Anti-Terror Police Arrest Two in Sydney Week After Siege
Americas
Peru Evacuates Amazon Village After Raid by Indigenous Tribe
Nicaragua Canal to Break Ground Amid Anger, Skepticism
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