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May 25th, 2023

Sudan's Warring Sides Accuse Each Other of Violating Ceasefire Israeli Officials Set to Discuss Iran and Saudi Arabia With US National Security Advisor
Russian Gold Shipments to UAE Surge Amid Ukraine War EU Extends Ukraine Tariff Suspension, Zelensky Pledges to Make It Permanent
Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan Agree Not to Use Drones in Border Areas Six Drones Downed in Crimea, No Victims: Governor
Brit, 85, Abandoned Opposite UK Embassy in Sudan Warzone Ukraine Secures Release of 106 'Hero' Soldiers in Swap With Russia
Bipartisan Senators Call for Probe Into Reports of Price Gouging by Defense Contractors House China Committee Proposes 10 Ways to Prepare for War With China Over Taiwan
US Has Suspended Afghan Assistance Operations in Ghor: Miller Acting Taliban PM: Those Not Wanted by Public Have No Place in Govt
China Is Supersizing Its Rocket Industry - and It's Coming for Starlink Pakistani Journalist, Supporter of Former Prime Minister Imran Khan Goes Missing, Second in Two Weeks
Hezbollah Chief Calls on Lebanon's Central Bank Governor to Resign Amid Mounting Legal Troubles What About Those Who Can't Flee Fighting in Sudan? Many Face Danger and Despair
Russia Detains Ukrainians for Plotting Attack on Nuclear Power Station Lines Swedish Appeals Court Upholds Russia Spy Conviction
Russia Summons Germany, Denmark, Sweden Envoys Over 'Stalled' Nord Stream Investigation Russian Prosecutor Asks Court to Recognize Nazi WWII Crimes Around Moscow as Genocide
Russia's Mercenaries Send Back Bodies of US and Turkish Citizens From Ukraine Libya Govt Says It Conducted Air Strikes in Western Areas
US Senator Hopes Serbia Adopts Russia Sanctions as Serb Spy Chief Travels to Moscow Sweden Considers Letting Ukrainian Pilots Try Out Gripen Fighter Jets
Sanctions Cause Rising Business Fears in Ukraine US Warns Wagner Group Seeking Arms, Slaps Sanctions on Group's Head in Mali
Rep. Nadler 'Wouldn't Care' if Ukraine Used F-16s to Strike Russian Territory Russia Signals End to Black Sea Grain Deal in July if Demands Not Met
Peru's Congress Deems Mexican Leader Unwelcome, Regional Split Deepens Kenyan Official Dismisses Reuters Report on Chinese Hack as 'Propaganda'
EU Remains Cuba's Top Trade Partner, Committed to 'Mutual Respect,' Top Diplomat Says Sunken US Navy WWII Destroyer Discovered Off Okinawan Coast
US Soldier Killed in Military Vehicle Accident at Kuwait Training Range West Bank Dispatch: Over 170 Palestinians Forcibly Expelled From Ein Samiya
Biden Picks Air Force General CQ Brown as Next Joint Chiefs Chairman Israeli Forces Storm Refugee Camp, Injure 13 Palestinians Near Jericho
US Building New Base in Northern Syria Drone Boat's View of Supposed Attack on Russian Ship Emerges
One of Rwanda's Most Wanted Genocide Suspects Arrested in South Africa After 22 Years on Run Ukraine Announces Diplomatic Push for Africa
Cyprus Takes Extra Measures to Ensure Air Safety Amid Turkish Warplane Incursions China's Special Envoy Meets With French Official in Paris
US, South Korea Hold Largest Live-Fire Drills in Latest Provocation Toward North Iran Names Ambassador to Saudi Arabia After Seven-Year Gap
Iran Says Has Successfully Launched Ballistic Missile Israel's 1948 Tantura Massacre: New Mass Grave Sites Discovered
China in Advanced Talks for Major Saudi, Egypt Arms Deals Sudan Death Toll Rises to 865 Amid Ceasefire Violations
'He Slipped and Died': How Israel Hides Its Troop Deaths Treason Trial Set for Russian Hypersonic Missile Scientist
Jailed Morocco Activist Sentenced to More Prison Time: Lawyer Israel Shoots Down Drone From Lebanon, Military Says
Turkish Opposition Leader Sues Erdogan Ahead of Runoff Turkey Kicks Off Syria Housing Project for Refugee Returns
Cambodia's Opposition Disqualified From Election, Appeal Fails Lukashenko Says Efforts to Move Russian Nukes Belarus Has Begun
Ukraine Sent Poor, Untrained Men Into Bakhmut Meat Grinder to Save Better Forces for Counteroffensive Prominent Algerian Opposition Activist Arrested by Authorities
Guinea's Suppression of Protests Stokes Anger Against Military Damage to Russian-Occupied Dam Floods Ukrainian Island Community
Sixteen Civilians Face Military Trial in Pakistan Over Protests US Approves $285 Million NASAMS Sale to Ukraine
Australian Defense Force Unveils Hazardous Environment Research Center Czech Republic, Sweden Complete $2.2 Billion Negotiations for CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicles
Netherlands to Turn Reconnaissance MQ-9 Reapers Into Armed Drones Turkey Test-Fires Longest-Range Ballistic Missile
Armenians Hacked With Pegasus Spyware During War With Azerbaijan: NGO Sweden Procures Artillery Vessels From Swedeship Marine
Poland in Talks to Buy Swedish Early Warning Aircraft General Dynamics Receives $1 Billion Contract Modification for US Navy Virginia-Class Submarines
Lebanon's Walid Jumblatt Resigns as Head of His Political Party US Voices Support for Civil Society Groups Targeted by Israeli Legislation
Spain Trade Losses Mount as Western Sahara Dispute With Algeria Drags Out Hamas-Linked Bloc Wins Second University Student Election
Taliban Figure Mocks Iran President Over Water Rights Demands Vietnam Demands Chinese Ship Leave Its Exclusive Economic Zone
Japan Says Scrambled Jets After Russian Planes Seen Off Coasts Syrian Babies Abandoned in Larger Numbers as War Grinds On

May 24th, 2023

Washington Pushes Netanyahu to Shelve Judicial Overhaul, in Push for Saudi-Israeli Normalization Prigozhin Says 20,000 Wagner Fighters Were Killed in Bakhmut Battle
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