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Congress OKs $716 Billion Military Spending Bill
  $716 Billion Military Spending Bill Limits Involvement in Yemen War
As US Adds Preconditions, Iran Rejects Talks
  Iran's Rouhani: Up to Europe to Save Nuclear Deal
State Dept: NK Has Committed to Denuclearization
  Rival Korean Generals Meet on Ways To Reduce Tensions
26 Killed, Scores Wounded in Afghanistan Attacks
  Afghan Govt 'Largely Lawless, Weak and Dysfunctional': SIGAR
Fighting Kills Dozens South of Yemeni Port City
  Yemen's Houthis Will Halt Red Sea Attacks for Two Weeks
'No Major Assault Planned' on Idlib, Shelling Starts
  ISIS Fighters Offered Safe Passage Out of Deraa in Syria
GOP State Senator Comes Out for Julian Assange
Trump: 'NATO Will Be Strong Again' Because of Me
Senate Dems Circulate Plans for Govt Takeover of Internet
item Donald Trump Is Not the 'Manchurian Candidate'  by Peter Van Buren
item Why Trump's Iran Policy Is Bound to Fail  by Sina Toossi
item Why Am I Still in Guantanamo After 14 Years?  by Ahmed Rabbani
item American Islamophobia's Fake Facts  by Arnold Isaacs
item The Looming War Against Iran  by Eric Margolis
item Yemen's Fleeting Opportunity for Peace  by Robert Malley & Peter Salisbury

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Dem Senator Requests More Info From TSA on 'Quiet Skies' Monitoring Program
70 Members of Congress Urge Support for Gaza
Amnesty Employee Targeted With Israeli Spyware
Iraq Spent More Than $700 Billion Oil Wealth Since 2005
675 Killed in Iraq During July
Sadr Issues 40 Demands Needed for Iraq's Next PM, Government
Rojava Kurds Will Support Assad in Idlib – if It Helps Them Retake Afrin
Evacuation of Rebels, Families From Syria's Quneitra Ongoing
US-Backed Forces Hand Over Remains of 44 Soldiers Killed by ISIS to Syria
Flurry of Syrian Death Notices Shows Fate of Govt Detainees
Middle East
Turkish Court Rejects US Pastor's Appeal
Dissent Still Not Accepted in Saudi Arabia, UN Says, Calls for Activists' Release
Genocide in Namibia: Germany at Odds With Its Colonial Legacy
Germany Urges US Court to Dismiss Suit On Namibia Genocide
Egyptian Forces Kill 5 Suspected Militants North of Cairo: Ministry
Egypt Military Court Sentences Poet to Prison for Insulting Army
Central African Republic
Three Russian Journalists Killed in Central African Republic Ambush
Central African Republic Rebels Rearm With Russia Weapons: UN
Nigeria: Army Kills 16 Boko Haram Members, Recovers Gun Trucks
Seven Soldiers, Four Militants Killed in Algeria
Third Candidate Claims Place in Mali Election Run-Off
Zimbabwe Opposition Accuses Commission of Delaying Results
Comoros President Wins Vote Extending His Powers
Royal Navy Rescued Manchester Bomber 3 Years Before Attack
Kosovo President Rejects Serbian Idea of Partition on Ethnic Lines
Nicaragua's Ortega Rejects Early Elections, US Rebukes Crackdown
Venezuela's President Admits Economy Has Failed
Trump Administration's Approach to Iran Turns Ambivalent as Sanctions Approach
No Change in Trump's Policy on Iran, US Officials Tell Israel
Ordinary Iranians on Trump Talks Offer: 'Why Not Try the Americans?'
Iran Says US Should Blame Itself for Ending Talks on Nuclear Deal
Iranian Government Spokesman Resigns Amid Calls for Cabinet Shake-Up
Tehran Says Trump Wrong to Expect Saudis to Cover Loss of Iran Oil Supply
Head of Revolutionary Guards Says Iranian President Will Never Meet Trump
'This Law Is a Very, Very, Very Bad Law': Justice Joubran on Israel's New Nation State Law
Israel Sentences Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour to 5 Months in Prison Over Poem
Israel Temporarily Cancels Family-Prisoner Visits
Druze Nation-State Crisis: Israeli Army Chief Forced to Put Out Fire Netanyahu Started
Norway Demands Israel Explain Seizure of Gaza-Bound Boat
Japan Pledges to Cut Plutonium Stocks Amid Growing Concern From Neighbors
Japan Asks Russia to Reduce Military Activity on Disputed Islands
Roadside Bomb Hits Bus in Western Afghanistan, Kills 11
US Freezes Assets of Pakistanis Linked to Militant Group
US Remains Returned by North Korea Could Take Days or Decades to Identify
ISIS Issues Video of Purported Tajik Attackers
ISIS Claims Southern Philippine Blast That Killed 11
China Appeals to Military Veterans Not to Protest, Respect Law
Indonesian Court Disbands ISIS-Linked Group for 'Terrorism'
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