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Trump to Sanction Firms Doing Business With Iran
  Trump: Sanctions on Iran a Bid for World Peace
Amnesty to US: Probe Civilian Deaths in Raqqa
  Israel DM Warns Syria Will Rebuild Its Military After War
Behind the Scenes at the Twitter Purge
  Silicon Valley Titans Launch Censorship Tsunami
Yemen War Binds US, Allies, al-Qaeda
US Demands Russia Withdraw From Parts of Georgia
Hamas: Deadly Border Exchange Was Misunderstanding
Canada Seeks Allies' Help in Cooling Saudi Tensions
item Political War! Washington Goes Full Retard on the Russia Hoax  by David Stockman
item Iranians: Not Pining for American Intervention  by Akhilesh Pillalamarri
item Winning an Arms Race in Space Is a Futile Fight  by Jonathan Marshall
item Who Are the Israelis?
 by Uri Avnery
item Drifting Away From Peace  by Sajjad Hussain
item More Lies About the White Helmets  by Philip Giraldi

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FBI: When Undercovers Pose as Journalists, It Hurts Real Journalists' Work
Pentagon Puts Restrictions on Fitness Trackers
Israel Is 'Killing Palestinian Children at Record Rates,' Group Says
Mossad Assassinated Syrian Weapons Chief, NYT Reports
Syrian Army Makes Progress in Battles Against ISIS in Sweida Province
In a Syrian Village, Turkish Forces Seen as Shield From Attack
Druze Militia in Syria Hangs ISIS Member
US Says Maintains Vibrant Economic Ties With Turkey Despite Tensions
Turkey's Deputy Foreign Minister Heads Delegation to Washington
Israel Arrests Six Palestinian, Two Foreign Journalists, in the Span of One Week
Abbas to Visit Qatar for Talks on Truce, Reconciliation Proposal
How a Report on Israel's Right-Wing Bot Network Taught Me a Lesson on the Bot World
Taliban Attacks Kill 12 in Afghanistan
ISIS Surrender in N. Afghanistan Faces Backlash as Locals Call for Militants Prosecution
Efforts Being Made for Permanent Ceasefire With Taliban: HPC
India: Six People Killed After 'Infiltration Bid' in Kashmir
Former City Police Chief Claims Role in Venezuela Drone Attack
Venezuela President Ties Opposition Leader to Drone Attack
Nicaragua Government Blames Opposition for 197 Protest Deaths
Colombia's New Leader Plans Changes to FARC Peace Deal
US Agent Can Be Sued Over Mexican Boy's Shooting Death Across Border
Saudi Arabia-Canada Feud
Saudi Arabian Agency Stops Buying Canadian Wheat, Barley
Egypt Says It Supports Saudi Arabia in Rights Row With Canada
Canada's 'Rights First' Foreign Policy Could Be Costly
US State Department Urges Canada, Saudi Arabia to Resolve Dispute
Iraq Opposes US Sanctions on Iran but Will Abide by Them: PM Abadi
Three Killed in Blast at Iran's National Olympic Academy
In Swipe at Trump, Iran FM Says World Affairs Not a 'Beauty Pageant'
Middle East
Fresh ISIS Operations in Anbar; 37 Killed in Iraq
Beekeeping in Yemen Becomes a Dangerous Profession in War
Saudi Arabia Welcomes Qataris to Perform Hajj
Macedonia Arrests Seven for Fighting in Syria, Iraq
Pentagon Praises Macedonia for Repatriation of ISIS Foreign Fighters
Spanish Jet Accidentally Fires Missile Above Estonia: Defense Ministry
Belarus Detains Journalists, Rights Groups See Move to Muzzle Free Media
Security Lapse Sparks Evacuation at Frankfurt Airport
UK Will Always Be 'Tier One' Military Power, Says Defense Secretary
Ethiopian Government Signs Deal With Oromo Rebels to End Hostilities
Nigerian Security Agents Blockade Parliament, Chief Later Fired
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