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Israeli Air Strikes Pound Multiple Syrian Army Sites
Blames Syria for Attack in Golan Heights

Bolstered by US Vehicles, ISIS Fights Rivals in Syria's Aleppo
Seized Humvees Show Up in Battles Near Turkish Border

Syrian children recruited as anti-Assad soldiers, says HRW
Armed groups routinely recruit 15-year-olds to assist with combat operations, advocacy group Human Rights Watch finds

Fighting strains Ukraine ceasefire, Putin urges dialogue

Ukraine fighting kills 300 pro-Russia militants, 7 government troops; rebels seen driving unmarked tanks

Iran rejects U.S. action in Iraq, ISIL tightens Syria border grip

With eye on Iran, Saudi insists Iraq solution is internal

Iraq radicals capture more towns as Maliki government downplays rebel successes

Iraq Crisis: US Precision Attacks Will Hurt the Jihadists But They Won't Defeat Them

Iraqi militants seize 2 more border crossings

Iraq crisis: How extreme are the fighters in Isis?

Iraqi PM's Rivals Aim to Be US-Approved Successor
Ahmed Chalabi Positioning Himself as 'Moderate' Candidate

Iraq's Maliki: I won't quit as condition of US strikes against Isis militants
As senators say Iraqi PM's sectarian leadership must end, Maliki calls upon west to give urgent air and intelligence support

Is Iran being victimized by sanctions it doesn't deserve?
Iranian officials met this week with their six-power counterparts to try to hammer out the outlines of a comprehensive nuclear deal set to last for several years. But its precise duration remains undecided.

Obama Won't Rule Out Airstrikes in Syria
Administration Says Intervention Not Restricted to Iraq

NSA Turned Germany Into Its Largest Listening Post in Europe
The National Security Agency has turned Germany into its most important base of operations in Europe, according to a story published by Der Spiegel this week.

New leaks show Germany's collusion with NSA
Several new Snowden-leaked documents show how closely Germany's intelligence agencies work with the NSA. But did the German government deliberately soften laws protecting privacy to make life easier for them?

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