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Three ways Middle East fighting threatens US national security

Pentagon analysts are grappling with what this growing unrest in the Middle East means for US national security. Here are the top three ways the advance of the insurgent group the Islamic State in Iraq and violence in Gaza could endanger US national security.

 
 
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July 30, 2014

Photos of the day 07/30

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Carlos Castaneda, Colombia's fictional coffee icon 'Juan Valdez,' at the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation building in Bogota City, Colombia, Tuesday. Abe is on a one-day official visit to Bogota.

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