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Saudis, UAE Fail to Halt UN Yemen Rights Inquiry
  House Bill Aims to Stop US Support of Yemen War
  Yemen Doctors Despair as Babies Starve in Orphaned Province
Taliban Denies Meeting With Afghan Officials
  Afghan Policeman Kills at Least Two Comrades in Kandahar
Russia Says Syria Now Has S-300 Air Defense
  Pentagon Continues to Vastly Underreport Civilians Killed in ISIS War
  Erdogan: US Has Failed to Expel Kurdish YPG From Manbij
Israeli Army Kills 7 in Gaza, Wounds 500
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Qatar's Top Diplomat Says Gulf Crisis at a 'Stalemate'
Rubio Says Venezuela Sponsors Terrorism
In First Call Trump Told Sissi He Loves the Bangles' 'Walk Like an Egyptian'
Turkish Military Casualties in Bombing; 22 Killed in Iraq
Syria Could Face Tough Sanctions if It Blocks Political Process: US Diplomat
Trump Claims Credit for Halting Assad's Attack on Syria's Idlib, After Learning About Province From a Rally
Iranian Cleric to US: Bases Would Not Be Secure if 'America Does Anything Wrong'
Iran's Revolutionary Guards Kill Four Sunni Militants Near Pakistan Border
Israeli Army Strikes Northern Gaza Strip Twice in Response to Border Clashes
35 US Senators Urge Trump to Restore Palestinian Aid
Abbas and Netanyahu Present Competing Visions of Peace, and Trump, at UN General Assembly
World Court: Palestine Files Complaint Over US Embassy in Jerusalem
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Arab Coalition Raid Kills Houthi Leader, 14 Companions

Turkey's Erdogan Says Journalist Dundar Is an 'Agent'
Maduro: Meeting With Trump Would Be 'For the Best'
Venezuela President Says UN Rights Chief Welcome to Visit
Colombia President Trying to 'Shatter' Peace Process, ELN Rebels Say
Mexico Mob Kills Detective, Injures Three Others in Attack
China Criticizes 'Provocative' US Bomber Mission Over South Sea Amid Increasing International Tensions
China Says 'No Cause for Panic' Over US Ties, but Won't Be Blackmailed
China, at UN, Says It Won't Be 'Blackmailed' on Trade
Afghan Journalists Criticize Govt for Lack of Access to Information
Germany Needs More Evidence to Declare Gulen Movement Illegal: Merkel
Three Wounded in Stabbing in Southwestern Germany
Boris Johnson Won't Rule Out British PM Challenge
Dutch Arrests: Bomb-Making Materials Seized by Police
Belgium to Sue Google for Not Blurring Images of Defense Sites
NATO Military Leaders Convene in Poland for Talks
11 Dead in Central Nigeria Clashes
UN Experts Says Egypt Systematically Targets Rights Activists
South Sudan Tells UN Peace Deal Will Take Hold This Time
Sahel Anti-Terror Force Shifts HQs to Mali Capital After Attack
Pilot Dead After Two Nigeria Air Force Planes Crash in Capital
Ethiopia Charges Five With Terrorism Over Grenade Attack at PM's Rally
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