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Israel Slams Brakes On Peace Talks
Netanyahu announces withdrawal, citing unity pact between the PLO and Hamas
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"Consequences," warns Putin, If Ukraine Starts Killing Its Own
Five Ukrainians resisting Kiev authority reportedly killed as military moves against eastern cities
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Error... Error: NYT Retracts Ukraine/Russian-Photo Scoop
After starting a propaganda stampede – with a lead story about photos of Russian troops purportedly in Ukraine – the New York Times admits the pictures really don’t prove much, and one photo was labeled as snapped in Russia when it was really taken in Ukraine
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Despite Israel's Threat, Palestinian Unity Pact Announced
Political dispute between PLO and Hamas declared "over" after seven years, but skepticism remains over its true impact on Israeli occupation
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Instead of asking the most important questions, most US journalists and media outlets simply regurgitate statements and claims made by US and Yemeni officials. (File graphic) Views
Questions That Should Be Asked About Recent Operations, Including Drone Strikes, in Yemen
How much of the drone war being waged by the United States in Yemen is targeting actual al Qaeda fighters? And how much of it is targeting fighters, who are opposed to the current regime led by President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi? In three days, three possible drone strikes launched apparently in...
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Men look at wall graffiti depicting a U.S. drone along a street in Sanaa, Yemen. November 9, 2013. (Photo: Reuters) Views
In Yemen, Drones Don't Kill Innocents
When US military strikes kill civilians, it seems there's always someone ready to claim that US weaponry doesn't kill anyone who doesn't deserve it. Over the weekend, there were reports that noncombatants were among the dead after the US carried out drone strikes in Yemen on what were said to be...
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US Sending Paratroopers to Baltics As Ukraine Boils
Russia also announces new military exercises on Wednesday as diplomacy frays under tug of violence
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President Vladimir Putin of Russia welcomes President Barack Obama to the G20 Summit at Konstantinovsky Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Sept. 5, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Views
Trying Not to Give Peace a Chance
The unnecessary and regrettable conflict between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine brings to mind sad remembrances of important junctures at which I watched – as a citizen and a CIA analyst – chances for genuine peace with Russia frittered away. How vividly I recall John Kennedy’s inaugural address...
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US Drones Continue 'Massive' Operations in Third Day of Attacks
Flurry of strikes continues
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US Drones Bomb Yemen for Second Time in Two Days
Twenty-five people killed on Sunday a day after separate attack kills at least fifteen others, including civilians
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