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Saudi Arabia Says Lebanon, Iran Declare War
  Saudi Purge Mounts, Another Prince Dies, Travel Bans Imposed
  Trump Endorses Saudi Crackdown to 'Neutralize Iran'
  Saudi Arabia Prevents Yemeni Govt Returning to South Yemen
Trump Seeks $5.9 Billion More for Military
  Visiting Japan, Trump Pushes Abe to Buy US Arms
Iraq Looks to Cut Kurds' Funding to Punish Them
  Military Releases Qaim Casualty Figures; 502 Killed in Iraq
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item Red Lines and Lost Credibility  by Patrick J. Buchanan
item US Sells Out the Kurds – Again  by Reese Erlich
item Will the Saudi People Remain Bystanders?  by Michael Beer

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