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Kim Vows Nuke-Free Korea Ahead of Summit
  US Continues to Resist North Korean Calls for Peace Declaration
  China Loosens Trade Restrictions on North Korea
IDF Says Arms Syria Rebels, Then Censors Story
  Woodward Book: Trump Wanted Syria's Assad Killed
Thousands in Saada Protest Strikes That Killed Children
  Spiralling Economy Is the Latest Weapon Threatening Yemenis
ISIS Bombers Target Afghan Wrestling Watch, Killing 22
US Marines in Sweden to Prepare Major NATO Exercise
The Strange Timestamp in the New Novichok 'Evidence'
item Growing Calls for US to Stop Fueling Saudi Atrocities  by Jake Johnson
item What Lies Beneath: The US-Israeli Plot to 'Save' Gaza  by Ramzy Baroud
item Still Dying for Nothing in Afghanistan  by Jacob G. Hornberger
item The Hi-Tech Threat  by Justin Raimondo
item Treat Saudi's bin Salman as the War Criminal He Is  by Daniel Larison
item UK Labour Adopts Definition of Anti-Semitism That Is Anti-Semitic  by Tom Suarez

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Ellsberg Says Assange, as a Journalist, Can't Be Tried Under Espionage Act
US: Nicaragua Is Following Path of Syria and Venezuela
Pentagon Mulls Expanding Presence in Greece Amid China, Turkey Concerns
'Scallop Wars': UK, France Draw Up Peace Treaty
More Casualties in Basra; 13 Killed in Iraq
Protesters Block Iraqi Commodities Port
Syria's War: Drones Crowd Idlib Skies as Province Awaits Battle
Shells Hit Syria's Idlib as Rebels Brace for Assault
Blanket Bombing of Syria's Idlib Is Wrong: Turkish Foriegn Minister
Turkey's Erdogan Hopes Tehran Summit Will Avert Idlib Offensive
Syrian Minister Says No Reason to Open Crossing With Jordan Yet
Israeli Minister: No Knowledge of Trump Ordering Assad Killed
Warring Parties in Yemen to Participate in New Peace Talks in Geneva
With Yemen in Turmoil, UN Seeks to Build Trust as First Step Towards Peace
Yemeni Forces Wound Seven at Protest Over Price Hikes
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Military Gears Up for Joint Exercises With US Army
23 Injured in Missile Attack Toward Saudi Border City Najran
Saudi Arabia Prosecutor Says People Who Post Satire on Social Media Can Be Jailed
Israeli Military Chief: IDF Is Fully Prepared for War
Israel Will Not Allow Other Mideast Countries to Obtain Precision Weapons: PM
Israel Closing Embassy in Paraguay After It Ordered Return of Mission to Tel Aviv
Trump Not Concerned With Meeting Rouhani, Says Iran in 'Turmoil'
Libya to Reopen Tripoli Airport Within Two Days After Ceasefire
New Clashes in Libya Threaten Oil Infrastructure
Libya Central Bank Official Kidnapped by Unknown Armed Group
Russia Says Names of Accused Over Skripal 'Mean Nothing to Us'
Russia Says Leak at International Space Station May Be Sabotage
NATO Chief Visits Macedonia Before Referendum on Name Change
Estonia Says It Arrests Two on Suspicion of Spying for Russia
German Festival Kicks Out Pro-BDS Musician Brian Eno
Bosnian Police Clash With War Veterans Protesting for Increased Benefits
The War at Home
Trump Says US Defense Secretary Mattis to Keep His Job
Police Captain's Son Gets 20 Years for ISIS Terror Plot in Boston
Facebook, Twitter Pledge to Defend Against Foreign Intrusion
VA to Add Medical Staff After 'Rust and Blood' Found on Surgical Instruments
New US Adviser to Afghanistan Raises Hackles in Region
Tolonews Loses Two of Its Journalists in Kabul Bombing
Afghan Security Forces Arrest 11 Haqqani Militants in Kabul
Canada Special Forces Secrecy Impeded Probe of Potential Wrongdoing in Afghanistan, Report Finds
Pompeo Emphasizes Pakistan's Role for Bringing Peace in Afghanistan
PM Imran Says Pakistan Looks Forward to Strengthening Ties With US Based on Trust, Respect
Pompeo Upbeat on 'Reset' With Pakistan After Meeting New PM Khan
Moon's Special Envoys Return After Meeting Kim Jong-Un
Donald Trump, South Korea's Moon Jae-In Talk North Korea Denuclearization
Nauru Blasts 'Insolent' China for Speaking Out of Turn at Meeting
US Senators Introduce Bill to Help Taiwan Keep Its Allies
Philippine Mayor on Duterte's 'Drug List' Shot Dead by Gunmen
Kremlin Says More Trust-Building Needed for Kuriles Deal With Japan
US Designates Al Qaeda Affiliate in Mali as Terrorist Organization
Blast Kills Two Soldiers in Tense Burkina Region
Suspected Boko Haram Militants Kidnap at Least 10 People in Northeast Nigeria
Ship Docks, Road Upgrade Planned as Eritrea, Ethiopia Ties Strengthen
UN Inquiry Says Burundi Still Committing Crimes Against Humanity
Two Opposition Lawmakers Elected in Rwanda for the First Time
US Warns of Regional Crisis if Nicaragua Unrest Goes On
Colombia's ELN Releases Three Hostages as Duque Evaluates Talks
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Plans To Memorialize a War Without End

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The Three Landmines That Could Kill the Korea Deal

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War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

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Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

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