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Updated December 14, 2018 - 9:40 PM EST
Senate Votes to End Support for War in Yemen
  Rand Paul: 'Extraordinary Moment' When Senate Passed Resolution
  Senate Condemns Saudi Prince for Murdering Journalist
  US to Bill Saudi Arabia, UAE $331 Million for Yemen Refueling
Yemen Talks End With Hodeidah Ceasefire Set
  Yemen Death Toll '6 Times Higher' Than Estimate
US Plans to 'Counter' Russia and China in Africa
  Bolton: No Trump-Putin Meet While Russia Holds Ukrainian Ships
Israel to OK 1000s of Unauthorized West Bank Homes
  Israeli Knesset Rejects Bill for 'Equal Rights Amongst All Citizens'
Kosovo Approves Standing Army Over NATO Objections
Turkey Builds Up Military at Syria Border for Offensive
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Senate Roll Call Vote on Ending US Support for Saudi War in Yemen
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Russia Says Willing to Keep Key Arms Treaty With US
Turkey Sets Up Agency to Develop Space Programs
Turkey Bombs PKK Sites; Three Killed in Iraq
Iraq to Suspend Previous Government's Rulings
Perry, Iraqi Kurdish Leader Discuss Energy Ties, Iran
Amnesty Says ISIS Group Decimated Rural Iraq
Up to 15,000 Syrian Rebels Ready to Back Turkish Operation in NE
Turkey Reinforces Military at Syrian Border for Possible Op
US-Backed Fighters Thrust Into Last Big Town Held by ISIS
US-Backed SDF Vows to Fight Any Turkish Attack in North Syria
Aid Group: Yemen Mothers Forced to Choose Which Child Starve
South Korea Gives Two Yemeni Asylum Seekers Refugee Status
Jordanian Forces Use Tear Gas to Disperse Protesters
Jordan Warns Citizens Against Imitating France's 'Yellow Vest' Protests
Four Palestinians, Two Israeli Soldiers Killed in a Day of Violence in the West Bank
UK Police Spy Infiltrated Palestine Activists
Afghan Forces Kill 10 Militants, Capture 12 in E. Ghazni Province
Afghan Forces Seek to Press Taliban by Targeting Field Commanders
Mixed Reaction to Afghan High Advisory Board for Peace
In Fear of the State: Bangladeshi Journalists Self-Censor as Election Approaches
Bangladesh's Broad Media Laws
Japan Begins Reclamation at Disputed US Base Despite Protest
China: Two Canadians Suspected of Harming State Security
South Koreans Argue Over Plan for Objectors to Substitute Military Service
Three Abu Sayyaf Men, Soldier Killed in Mindanao
US House Calls on Myanmar to Release Reuters Journalists
The War at Home
Russian Maria Butina Pleads Guilty in US to Conspiracy
Sen. Inhofe Bought Raytheon Stock After Advocating Budget Hike
Was Your Phone Imaged by Border Agents? They May Still Have the Data
Pilot Seriously Injured After Military Jet Crash Off Hawaii
Senate Armed Services Chair Not Convinced of Need for Trump's Space Force
Russia Expels Slovak Diplomat in Spy Row
Russian Robot Featured at Tech Event Is Actually Man in a Suit
Captured Ukrainian Navy Captains Tell Russia: We Won't Testify
EU Offers Ukraine More Help but Holds Off on New Russia Sanctions
NATO to Provide Ukraine With Secure Communications Equipment, Stoltenberg Says
Germany, US Haggle Over Access to Secret Missile-Performance Data
Suspect in Strasbourg Attack Killed in Gunbattle With Police
Hungary: Anti-Govt Protesters Confront Police at Parliament
Dozens of Civilians Killed Near Mali's Border With Niger
Congo Fire Destroys 7,000 Voting Machines 10 Days Before Poll
Cameroon Leader Halts Cases Against 289 Alleged Separatists
Somalia Arrests Ex-Islamist Militant Running for Regional Presidency
Eritrean Leader Pays First Visit to Somalia, Seeking Closer Ties
Militia Leader's Bravado Shows Limits of Libya Reforms
Russia, China Abstain on UN Central Africa Vote, Unhappy With France
Hundreds of Egyptian Christians Protest at Police Killing
Dissident Rebels Fuel Violence in Colombia Port City
Nicaragua Lawmakers Block Operation of NGOs Critical of President Ortega
Venezuela's Anti-Government Newspaper, El Nacional, Forced to Stop the Presses
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