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Updated January 9, 2018 - 10:06 PM EST
Civilian Deaths From Airstrikes Double in a Year
Trump Team Debates Limited Strikes on N. Korea
  North, South Korea Begin Talks With Olympics as First Focus
  North Korea Agrees to Send Athletes to South Korea Olympics
Syria Confirms Major Israeli Attack on Damascus
  Syrian Troops Capture 14 Villages in Idlib Offensive
  Russians Fight Off Attacks by a Flurry of Syrian Rebel Drones
Rouhani: Iranians Protest Against 'Aging Clerics'
  Iran May Reconsider IAEA Cooperation if US Dishonors Deal
  US Security Experts Back Iran Nuclear Deal, as Trump Faces Deadlines
Israeli Opposition Slams 'Idiotic' BDS-Activist Ban
  Quakers Honored for Helping Holocaust Victims Banned From Israel
Trump: Pentagon, Diplomats Must Drum Up Arms Sales
item Why the Korean 'Crisis' Is Completely Phony  by Justin Raimondo
item Epistemology, Rhetoric, and the Iranian Protests  by Paul R. Pillar
item Founders Wouldn't Have Trusted the President With Sole Power to Wage Nuclear War  by Bonnie Kristian
item What Is America's Mission Now?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
item US Military Bases: The Polluter Is Not Paying  by H. Patricia Hynes
item This is How the Two-State Solution Dies  by Steven A. Cook

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