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White House: US Troops Will Remain in Syria
  US Sets Up New Front-Line Positions in Syria's Manbij
  Erdogan: Turkey to Keep Pushing Kurds Out of Syria's North
UK Govt Frustration Grows Over No Proof of Russia Charges
  US to Sanction More Russian Oligarchs This Week
  Russia: Western Air Defenses Deployed to Europe Crosses a 'Red Line'
North Korea Apologizes for Banning Press From Concert
Afghan Leaders Admit Civilians Killed in Anti-Taliban Op
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item Rim Banna and the Cultural War That Palestinians Must Win  by Ramzy Baroud
item It Would Be Absolute Folly for Britain to Get Involved in Syria  by Leo McKinstry
item Trump vs. the Permanent Government  by Justin Raimondo
item What Is Robert Mueller Looking For?  by Andrew P. Napolitano
item American Pursuit of Domination: From Barbary Wars to Iraq  by Abderrahmane Amor

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NATO Chief Says Alliance Is Not Trying to Isolate Russia
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Philippines' Duterte Wants Resumption of Peace Talks With Maoist Rebels
Afghan Victims' Relatives Demand Accountability Over Kunduz Air Strike
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