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UN Blacklists Saudis for Killing Yemeni Children
Iran Says Missile Program Not Up for Negotiation
'Harrowing' Spike in Syrian Civilian Deaths
  Russia Says Airstrike Killed 49 Nusra Fighters in Northern Syria
  Iraq Says It Has Recaptured Hawija From ISIS
Spanish Court Trying to Block Catalonia Independence
  Spanish Govt Encouraging Companies to Move Out of Catalonia
Anti-Nuclear Arms Group Receives 2017 Nobel Peace Prize
Report: Bowe Bergdahl Expected to Plead Guilty
Slain US Troops Were Told Niger Area Was 'Low-Risk'
Russia and Saudi Arabia Sign $3 Billion Arms Deal
FISA Reauthorization Extends Surveillance, Avoids Reform
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item Mystery of the Russia-Gate Puppies  by Robert Parry
item Iran, Decertification, and the Dangerous Alternatives  by Emma M. Ashford
item Why Should Catalonia Not Be Free?  by Matt Purple

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French, Nigerien Operating Where US Troops Killed
Violence Continues
Children Wounded in Sinjar Bombing; 48 Killed in Iraq
Erdogan Says Turkey Will Close Iraq Border and Air Space Soon
France Offers to Mediate Between Baghdad and Kurds
Moscow, Riyadh Work Together to Unite Syria's Opposition: Saudi Minister
Syrian Rebels Resist Jordan Pressure to Hand Over Border Crossing
Russia Says It Fired 10 Missiles at ISIS in Syria
Turkish Security Forces Kill Five Kurdish Militants in Southwestern Turkey: NTV
Turkey Orders Detention of 133 Ministry Workers in Post-Coup Probe
US Condemns Arrest of Istanbul Consulate Worker
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Saudi Arabia Agrees to Buy Russian S-400 Air Defenses
Saudi Arabia Says It Dismantles ISIS Cell in Riyadh
US Poised to Lift Sanctions on Sudan: Official
Sudan Regrets US Putting It on Trafficking List Before Sanctions Decision
Venezuela May Seek Russian Military Help to Counter US
US Expulsion of Cuban Diplomats Includes All Business Officers
UN Mission to Monitor Colombia's Truce With ELN
UN Ending 13-Year Military Peacekeeping Mission in Haiti
No Decision Yet on Whether to Go Ahead With Monday's Catalan Parliament Session: Speaker
Spanish Markets Gain as Investor Nerves Ease Over Catalonia
Catalan Uncertainty Paralyzing Regional Investment, Spain's Economy Minister Says
Spanish Lender Sabadell to Transfer Legal Base to Alicante: Spokeswoman
Germany Drops Mass US, UK Spying Probe on Lack of Evidence
German Spy Agencies Want Right to Destroy Stolen Data and 'Hack Back'
Russian Spymaster Denies Meddling in US Election
Ukraine Expels Another Russian Journalist Over Coverage
Belgium Eyes British, US Jets; French Offer Under Legal Scrutiny
Suicide Bomber Strikes Shi'ite Shrine in Pakistan, Killing 20
Pakistan's Top Diplomat Pushes Back on US Claims of Militant Support
Row Over Pakistani Paramilitary Unit Fuels Political Confusion
Pakistan Army Says State Exploring How to Integrate Militant-Linked Groups
US to Ask NATO Allies for Some 1,000 More Troops for Afghanistan: Ambassador
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