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Updated November 24, 2018 - 6:02 PM EST
US Airstrikes Kill 11 Civilians in Eastern Syria
Mattis: US Troops at Border Won't Have Guns
27 Afghan Soldiers Killed in Mosque Bombing
     Trump: US in Very Strong Afghan Negotiations
Trump: 'Vicious' World Responsible for Khashoggi
  Mattis: US Must Balance Human Rights With Need to Work With Saudis
At Least 25 Killed in North Pakistan Bombing
Envoy: Yemen Aid Port Should Be Under UN Control
S. Korea Pushes US for Confidence Building Measures
Militants Kill 100 Nigerian Soldiers in Attack on Army Base
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item The Erroneous Notion That the Persian Gulf Is an American Lake  by David Stockman
item The US Should Leave Yemen, Not Broker Peace  by Michael Zigismund
item Global War to Infinity and Beyond  by Maj. Danny Sjursen
item Making American Foreign Policy Unexceptional  by Jerrod A. Laber
item Why Israel Advocates Going Easy on Khashoggi's Killers  by Erin Dunne

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Israel Admits It Sank Lebanese Refugee Boat in 1982 War Error, Killing 25
Trump: Israel Would Be in Big Trouble Without Saudi Arabia
Trump Hints Could Make First Visit to Afghanistan
Bolton to Plan Cuba Strategy With Brazil's Bolsonaro
8 Million Yemeni Children Lack Access to Drinking Water: UN
UN Envoy Griffiths Due to Arrive in Yemen's Hodeidah
Yemen Rebel Leader Meets UN Envoy Amid Clashes in Port City
This Yemeni Child Was Treated for Malnutrition. Months Later, He Might Still Die.
Saudi Arabia
Trump Suggests 'Vicious World' Should Be Blamed for Khashoggi Murder While Disputing Saudi Responsibility
Donald Trump Says CIA Didn't Blame Saudi Crown Prince for Journalist's Death
Turkish Paper: CIA Had Recording of Saudi Prince Demanding Khashoggi Be 'Silenced'
Questions Swirl Over Saudi Crown Prince's G20 Meet in Argentina
Denmark, Finland End Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia
Denmark Suspends Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia – but Which European Countries Continue to Supply It?
The 15 Saudis Who Flew to Turkey Before Khashoggi's Killing
France Imposes Sanctions on 18 Saudis Over Khashoggi Killing
Iran's FM Zarif Rules Out Renegotiating 2015 Nuclear Deal
US Ambassador: Iran Failed to Declare All Chemical Weapons to Global Agency
Explosion Injures 10 in Libya's Benghazi
Libyan National Army Captures Benghazi Terrorists Who Killed US Ambassador
Egypt Says Police Killed 12 Extremist Militants in Sinai Raid
Egypt Reveals It Is Holding Daughter of Muslim Brotherhood Leader, Five Others
Boko Haram Kidnaps 50 Loggers in Nigeria: Civilian Militia
Eight Killed in Attack on Foraco Well Site in Niger
Kenyan Missionary Killed in Military Crossfire in Cameroon
Ethiopia Chooses Dissident to Head Vote Board as PM Presses Reforms
Parsons Green Bomber Was Not Investigated by MI5 After Admitting He Had Been 'Trained to Kill' by ISIS
Spain Accuses UK of Treachery Over Gibraltar Brexit Deal
Russia Wants Bulgarians to Stop Painting Soviet Monuments to Look Like American Superheroes
Report: Trump Delays Peace Plan Until February
'Waging War on Shufat': Jerusalem Municipality Demolishes 21 Businesses in East Jerusalem Refugee Camp
Israeli Sues Airbnb Over West Bank Settlement Listing Ban
Israel's Iron Dome Defense of Saudi Arabia Aims to Avert Collapse of Trump and Netanyahu's Entire Middle East Strategy
46 Bodies Found in Mass Grave in Iraq
Iraq to Open Baghdad's Fortified Green Zone to Public
Iraqi PM Meets Kurdish Leader to Discuss Restoring Ties
Iraq to Launch Reconstruction Agency, President Says
At Tense Ankara News Conference, EU Rebukes Turkey Over Detentions
Turkey Could Buy US Patriot Missiles Under 'Good Offer': Spokesman
Middle East
ISIS Launches Preemptive Counter-Attack on US-Backed Forces in Eastern Syria
Qatar Asks for Accountability in Khashoggi Murder, Sees No End to Gulf Row
Ghani Asks Taliban to Stop Suicide Bombings
Afghan President Introduces Eleven-Member Team of Negotiators
IAEA Calls on North Korea to Re-Admit Nuclear Inspectors
Koreas Likely to Break Ground on Railway, Road Project Next Month
Analyst: North Korea's Economy Initiatives More Reformative Than Predecessor
US Aircraft Carrier Allowed Port Call in Hong Kong, a Means to Relax Tensions Before Trump Xi Meeting
Vietnam Protests New Building by Beijing in South China Sea
India, Pakistan Make Progress on 'Corridor' for Sikh Pilgrims
Pakistani Officials: Bomb Near Militant Hideout Kills Two
Cuban Doctors Head Home, Leaving Brazilian Towns With No Care
Venezuela Seeks to Extradite Former Official Indicted by US
Americans Still Dying
Fortunately, No American Troops Were Reported Killed This Week
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