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How the Dutch Are Working to Stop Radicalization of Muslim Youth
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Pentagon Source: Edward Snowden Had Little Choice on NSA Files
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Is Germany to Blame for the Refugee Crisis?
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Trump: Nuclear Is a "Horror Show," "We Can't Afford" NATO
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Is NATO Obsolete?
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This Is What North Korea's Worst Nightmare Looks Like
The armed forces of the U.S. and South Korea began their annual military exercise known as Operation Foal Eagle. Over the weekend, soldiers from the two countries, joined by personnel from Australia and New Zealand, staged an assault on a beach on South Korea's southeastern coast. The exercise...
Joe Biden: U.S. "Condemns the Failure to Condemn" Terrorist Attack
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