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Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin is your independent, online intelligence resource edited and published by the veteran newsman and founder of WorldNetDaily.com. Each week he taps his vast network of international intelligence sources to bring you credible insights into geo-political and geo-strategic developments.

General: Hillary email shows pattern of mishandling secrets
Expert: North Korea prepping for EMP attack on U.S.
Planned American jet fighter 'security threat' to U.S, allies
Russia: Saudis goading U.S. to send troops to Syria
Turkish lawmaker: Erdogan at 'war' with Kurds
Saudi troops could battle Iranian Guard in Syria

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GLOBAL INSECURITY
Iran, Russia split
over Syria policy

Tehran questioning Moscow's strategic objectives
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TRAIL OF TERROR
DOJ guidelines tied FBI hands on Orlando shooter
Required earlier investigations to be closed down
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TRAIL OF TERROR
Visa waiver nations not sharing required data with U.S.
Of 38 countries, one third keep secret terrorist identities, criminal histories
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Experts: Russians returning to Syria?
Suggest compromise cease-fire between Moscow, Washington a failure
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
U.S. accused of planning to divide Arab regimes
'Nobody can fail to notice' design to separate region into '13 states'
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Ankara
TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Turkey's rift with Germany clouds NATO's future
Ankara 'never has been that strong of an alliance partner'
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GLOBAL INSECURITY
It's on! Analyst warns of new arms race
'Limitations may be cast aside' and probability of use of nukes is high
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Turkish leader holding EU hostage with migrant threat
Analysts see ulterior motive in 'Sultan' Erdogan's demands
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GLOBAL INSECURITY
EMP hit to U.S. reactors could cause '100 Fukushimas'
Nation must act now to prevent catastrophic meltdown
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Ash Carter discusses Kurds' plight
TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Syrian Kurds plead with U.S. for more help to defeat ISIS
Turkey thwarts Washington's relations with ethnic minority
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BRAVE NEW WORLD
Kurdish official sees Iraq fragmenting despite U.S. efforts
Crisis so severe it has 'reached the breaking point'
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F18 over Afghanistan
GLOBAL INSECURITY
To shoot or not, Afghanistan rules of engagement confuse
Soldiers unable to go after Taliban, so questions arise over how far to go in self-defense
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BASHING BORDERS
Turkish deal with European Union opens door for ISIS
Terrorists could take advantage of visa-waiver program to enter U.S.
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BASHING BORDERS
Syrian migrants tax West's mental-health resources
U.S., others already overwhelmed by troops with PTSD
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SATELLITES AFLAME
Expert warns North Korean capable of surprise EMP attack
2 satellites with nuclear capacity now orbiting over U.S.
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GLOBAL INSECURITY
National security experts: Don't single out Saudis for 9/11 blame
U.S. unwilling to enforce proven judgments against Iran
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GLOBAL INSECURITY
Analyst: Russia went to Syria chasing dollars
Looked to Iran for cooperation on strategy to raise oil prices
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WORLDWIDE CALIPHATE
U.S.-trained Afghans unable to stop Islamic takeover
'Basically, the Taliban and ISIS are running most of the country'
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Jihadists joining with Turkey to attack Kurds in Syria
Ankara responding to request from al-Qaida affiliates
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
U.S.-Russia joining forces to liberate ISIS capital?
Signs of cooperation in global war against Islamic terrorism
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