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Saudi Strikes on Yemen's Fishing Port Kill 60
  WHO Seeks Yemen Ceasefire for Cholera Vaccinations
 Dozens Killed in Attack on Afghan Shia Mosque
US Senators' Russia Sanctions 'Bill From Hell'

Report: Hamas Accepts Long-Term Gaza Ceasefire

   Israel DM Declares Syria War 'Effectively Over'
  Israeli, Jordan Forces Kill ISIS Fighters Trying to Cross From Syria
Pompeo: North Korea Reports Contrary to Commitments
 US Tells Turkey Time Has 'Run Out' on Pastor Dispute
NDAA Includes Provisions on Civilian Casualties in War
item US-Saudi Airstrike Shows 'Clear Violations' of the Laws of War  by Iona Craig & Shuaib Almosawa
item Why Increased US Pressure on Iran Appears to Backfire  by Scott Peterson
item TSA Is Now Tracking You for Suspicious Activity  by James Bovard
item Would War With Iran Doom Trump?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
item The Little Known Black Hole in the Pentagon Budget  by Ross Marchand
item Zionism's Troubled Relationship With Anti-Semitism  by Joel Reinstein

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Defense Lawmakers Green-Light Plans for Trump's Military Parade in DC
Trump Staffs Up Mideast Team for Peace Plan Rollout
Ecuador Says It Is Launching Security Effort With US
Egypt Trying to Broker Broad Israel-Hamas Truce, Hamas Says
Turkish Forces Attack PKK; 40 Killed in Iraq
Lebanese Banks Return Saddam's Hidden Millions to Iraqi Authorities
Legacy of ISIS Lingers in Mosul, Even After Its Defeat
Canadian Troops Headed for Iraq to Provide Training to Deal With IEDs
Russia to Deploy Military Police on Golan Heights
UN Peacekeepers Return to Disengagement Line Between Syria, Israeli-Occupied Territory
Syrian Air Defenses Destroy Hostile Target Near Damascus: State Media
Three Civilians Killed, Six Injured in Terrorist Attack in Aleppo
Jordan Says Not Yet Ready to Open Border Crossing With Syria
Iran Naval Drills Underway Amid Tensions With US
PM Walks Out on Druze Over Criticism From Leader Who Had Warned of 'Apartheid'
Israel Advances Gaza Water Project Amid Reports on Progress in Hamas Talks
Ultra-Orthodox Jews Protest Israeli Draft, Scuffle With Police
Sweden Opts for Patriot Missile System Amid Growing Russia Tensions
Hot Weather Exposes World War II Munitions in German Waters
Americans Still Dying
Fortunately, No American Troops Were Reported Killed This Week
Afghan Governor Says Jawzjan Province Is Clear of ISIS
Three Employees of Catering Firm Sodexo Abducted, Killed in Kabul
North Korea
Presumed US Remains From Site of Famous Korean War Battle
The Lone Dog Tag Recovered From North Korea Had a Name, and Now the Family Knows
Pakistani Opposition to Challenge Khan With Own PM Candidate in Parliament
Philippines Nabs Cleric Over Bomb Claimed by ISIS
ZEC: President Mnangagwa Wins Zimbabwe Election by 50.8%
Police Storm Opposition MDC Offices, Detain 16 People
Zimbabwe President's Spokesman Says No Order Issued by Army to Clear Capital
UK Says Zimbabwe Soldiers Must Return to Barracks
Mali Election Will Go to Second Round Between President Keita and Rival Cisse
OAS Human Rights Body Counts 317 Dead in Nicaragua Unrest
Report Puts Colombia Conflict's Death Toll at 260,000-Plus
Weekend Reviews
Hiroshima Revisited
Shock and Awe Celebrates Reporters Who Got It Right
The World According to Ben Rhodes: Hypocrisy in Obama's Foreign Policy
New Film Highlights Women's Role in the First Palestinian Intifada
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Trump's Peace Train: Next Stop, Afghanistan

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Depopulating Palestine, Dehumanizing the Palestinians

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The Forgotten and Peculiar War of 1812

Ted Snider
The Three Landmines That Could Kill the Korea Deal

David R. Henderson
War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

Lucy Steigerwald
In Korea, We Should Welcome Anything Peaceful

Ran HaCohen
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

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