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National Edition News cover for May 1, 2014 - U.S. drug fighters see Afghan opium skyrocketing as troops pack up: An Afghan farmer works on a poppy field in the Khogyani district of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Last May's harvest produced a staggering 5,500 metric tons (6,000 tons) of opium, 49 percent higher than the previous year and more than the combined output of the rest of the world, according to a report issued Wednesday by the United Nations' drug control agency. Poppy cultivation is expected to increase in both eastern and western provinces of the country. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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** FILE ** A convoy of vehicles and fighters from the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant travels in Iraq's Anbar province. With the original notion of al Qaeda being eclipsed by a generation of extremist activity from North Africa to the Middle East, debate is raging over the correct terminology to describe the terrorist threat that has shaped so much of American foreign policy over the past 13 years. (Associated Press)

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Sen. Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, right, proposed legislation that would call on President Obama to provide the Ukrainian military with "direct military assistance" — including anti-tank and anti-aircraft weaponry — while paving the way for more sanctions against Moscow. The administration has previously said it does not plan to supply Ukraine with military weapons. (Associated Press)

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Sen. Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, right, proposed legislation that would call on President Obama to provide the Ukrainian military with "direct military assistance" — including anti-tank and anti-aircraft weaponry — while paving the way for more sanctions against Moscow. The administration has previously said it does not plan to supply Ukraine with military weapons. (Associated Press)