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The Iran Nuclear Deal Could Be Dead in 11 Days
  Three Intel Agents Killed as Iran Deploys Guards to Protest Hotspots
  Trump Promises Support for Iran Protests 'At the Appropriate Time'
  Western High-Tech Firms Secretly Helping Mullahs Spy on Activists
Mullen: Threat of Nuclear War With NK Higher
  North Korea Reopens Border Hotline With South Korea
Trump Poised to Announce Cuts to Pakistan Aid
If Trump Halts Aid to Palestinians, Israel May Pay the Price
Saudis Claim Dozens of Houthis Killed, Supply Line Cut
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item The Woeful Inadequacy of Never-Trumpism  by Andrew J. Bacevich
item My Life as a NYT Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror  by James Risen
item The Iranian Rebellion: Everybody's Wrong  by Justin Raimondo
item Giving War Too Many Chances  by Nicolas JS Davies
item Stop the Killing in Yemen  by Daniel Speckhard

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Iran at UN Accuses US of 'Grotesque' Meddling
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Hezbollah Plays Down Iran Protests, Sees 'Nothing to Worry About'
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US Says Air Strike Kills Two Militants in Somalia
Al Shabaab Kills Five Kenyan Policemen Who Were Out on Patrol
Ethiopia to Free Jailed Politicians to 'Foster National Reconciliation': PM
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Equatorial Guinea Says It Thwarted Coup
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