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US Kills 23 in Eastern Syria, Mostly Civilians
  US Bombs, Destroys a Mosque in Syria's Safafiyah
  Iraqi Shi'ite Militia Shells ISIS Forces in Eastern Syria
  Syria Attack Gives US Hawks, ISIS What They Want
American Anchor for Iran TV Still Jailed Without Charge
Second Trump-Kim Summit Will Be Held in Late February
Trump's Missile Policy Relies Heavily on Unproven Tech
White House: Israeli TV Report on Peace Plan Not Accurate
item Trump's Mission Impossible: Making His Unrealistic Missile Plan Work  by Joseph Cirincione
item Will Nothing Sate John Bolton's Lust for War?  by Jacob Heilbrunn
item Bill Barr's CIA Resume: Cover-Ups, Covert Operations, and Pardons  by Jefferson Morley
item Where Is the North Korean Road Map?  by Michael Haas
item Living the Nuclear Past – and Future  by Susan Southard
item War Whores Scramble to Say Syria Attack Means Troops Must Remain  by Caitlin Johnstone

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Russia Says New US Missile Strategy Will Unleash Arms Race in Space
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Ukraine Foreign Minister Says Arms Talks With US Ongoing
UK Court Rejects Case Brought by Mother of ISIS 'Beatle' Suspect
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Bulgaria Detains 43 People in Raids on Suspected Terrorist Financing Ring
Oslo Stabbing Investigated as Terrorist Attack
France to Try 14 People Over 2015 Militant Attacks
Former Afghan Security Adviser Enters Race for President
Pakistan's Imran Khan's Govt Sees No Role for India in Afghanistan
US Navy Chief Does Not Rule Out Sending Aircraft Carrier Through Taiwan Strait
US Senate Revives Bill That Could Sanction China Over Treatment of Its Muslims
China, Germany to Deepen Cooperation in Financial Sector
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Pakistan Army Steps Up Security Along Border With India
Indonesia to Release Suspected Bali Bomb Mastermind Bashir From Prison
Two Buddhist Monks Shot Dead in Thailand's Restive South
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Four Nicaraguan Police Killed by Gang Near Costa Rica Border
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30 Palestinians Injured in Clashes in Eastern Gaza: Medics
USAID to End All Palestinian Projects on Jan. 31st
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Palestinians Go Unpaid as Israel Holds Back Qatar's Gaza Grant
Palestinian Authority Feels the Heat at Palestinian Digital Activist Forum
Private Jet Reportedly Takes UAE and Israel Officials From Abu Dhabi to Tel Aviv
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Basra Protests Turn Violent Again; Two Killed in Iraq
Turkey Sentences Detained Judge Who Won Human Rights Award to 10 Years
Eastern Libyan Force Says It Killed Senior al-Qaeda Operative
UN: Libya Reconciliation Conference Delay Could Fuel Military Solution
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DR Congo
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