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Title: GGN: Special Ops Defend New Crisis Bureau, Iraq Photo Used for Syria Deaths, US Ship Docks in Taiwan
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US Assault Ship Docks in Hong Kong
Taiwan Deploys Anti-China Missiles: Report
Taiwan businessman jailed for spying for China
Counterfeit Chinese Parts Slipping Into U.S. Military Aircraft: Report
Researchers find vulnerability that could allow spying in Chinese chips used by US army
China targets immigrants on North Korean border
U.S. Forces Spy on North Korea
As Commandos Raid Tampa, US State Dept Demands Power to Declare War?
Police tell Greeks not to withdraw money from banks
Syrian massacre: Kofi Annan to have 'serious and frank discussions' with President Bashar Assad
Syrian Govt. Denies Rebel Claims It Massacred 110
BBC News uses 'Iraq photo to illustrate Syrian massacre'
Houla, Syria Stunt Proves: Old Tricks are the Best Tricks
Egypt's Brotherhood calls for intervention in Syria
Lebanese weapons alarm: Syrian rebels 'major clients'
Russia: Syrian Opposition is Massacring people to spark intervention
Russian arms shipment en route to Syria: report
Panetta: U.S. is Ready to Stop Iran from Creating Nuclear Weapons
Israeli MK: I didn't mean to shame Holocaust by calling African migrants a 'cancer'
Netanyahu: Israel Will Resolve African Illegal Aliens Situation
US Drone Strikes Increase in Pakistan: 31 Killed Since Wednesday
US drone 'kills four militants' in North Waziristan
Afghan family killed by Nato air strike
Hundreds Die as US-Backed Yemen Offensive Escalates
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