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http://news.antiwar.com, by Jason Ditz

US military intervention in the Syrian Civil War has mostly taken the form of small arms and equipment for various rebel factions, but looks to be picking up the pace dramatically, as new videos come out showing US-made BGM-71 TOW anti-tank missiles

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http://original.antiwar.com, Margaret Griffis

As many as 102 people were killed and 62 more were wounded today. Dozens of people were killed during an attack on an army base in Yusufiya. The Interior Ministry and local officials gave inconsistent casualty figures.

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http://www.dvice.com, Colin Druce-McFadden

The outbreak of a fire aboard a ship out to sea is pretty much one of the worst things that can happen. When the flames start licking at the sails and rigging (ships still have those, right?) you're just as likely to die of smoke inhalation as you ar

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http://www.truthdig.com, Chris Hedges

The Barack Obama administration, determined to thwart the attempt by other plaintiffs and myself to have the courts void a law that permits the military to arrest U.S. citizens, strip them of due process and indefinitely detain them, has filed a deta

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http://normanfinkelstein.com

Norman Finkelstein, political scientist, talks about wasting money on nuclear weapons, the West worry about Iran, while West develop new nuke weapons for itself to "replace the old ones."

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http://www.wired.com, By Alexander George

In 1992, Boeing’s Phantom Works program began development on the Bird of Prey, a project managed by the U.S. Air Force, funded by Boeing, and borrowing the name from the Klingon starship in 1984’s Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.

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