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US Calls for Probe of Yemen Hospital Bombing
  Report: 408 Yemeni Civilians Killed in Six Months
  British Troops Are Active in Combat in Yemen
  Yemeni Govt Forces Say 30 Houthi Fighters Killed in Ambush
Israel Kills 1 Iranian, 6 Iraqis in Attack on Syria
  US Airstrikes Kill Over 50 Near Former ISIS Village in Syria
  All 28 EU Countries Reject Israeli Annexations of Golan Heights
SecDef Asks Iraq Leaders To Let US Troops Stay
  Pentagon Vastly Underreports Civilian Deaths in ISIS War
Netanyahu Says Israel Ready for Gaza Campaign
  Egyptian Ceasefire Mediators Shuttle Between Israel, Gaza
Watchdog: Afghan Peace Could Bring New Threats to US
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item With Mueller Done, Now Is Time for Better Relations With Russia  by Daniel R. DePetris
item Trump's Unrealistic Approach to the Middle East  by Paul R. Pillar
item Let's Declare Victory  by Justin Raimondo
item A Cruel, Costly, and Anxious 'Cold' War  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
item Anti-Semitism and Double Standards  by Daniel Lazare

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Ecuador Prosecutor Won't Probe Alleged Venezuela Funds to Correa
Ex-NSA Contractor Pleads Guilty in Largest Theft of Secrets Ever
UN Yemen Envoy Says Redeployment in Hodeida Slow but Sure
Roadside Bombing in Yemen's Hodeidah Kills Three Military Personnel
Saudi Arabia
Germany to Extend Ban on Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia Temporarily Frees Three Women Activists
US Energy Secretary Unsure if Saudi Nuclear Approvals Came After Khashoggi Killing
UN Investigator Urges Saudi Arabia to Open Up Khashoggi Murder Trial
Security Personnel Among Four Killed in Iraq
Roughly 30 Yazidi Bodies Exhumed in Iraq
Uncovering Iran's Sanctions-Busting Sale of Fuel Oil on the High Seas
Iran Welcomes Luxembourg Court Decision on US Seizure of Iranian Assets
US Senators Introduce Bill to Stop Transfer of F-35 Fighters to Turkey
Despite Ankara's Claims, US Says It Can Make F-35 Without Turkish Parts
Turkish Court Rules to Keep US Consulate Worker in Jail
Israel Raids Birzeit University, Arrests Students
Capturing 24 Hours in Gaza, One Hour at a Time
One Year of Gaza's Great March of Return
Three Injured in Israeli Strike on Arson Balloons Launchers in Northern Gaza
Qatar, France Sign Five Defense, Security Deals
Russia Threatens to Block Popular VPN Services to Prevent Website Access
Russia Detains Second Ex-Minister in a Week on Graft Charges
Russian Diplomat Accused of Espionage Quietly Leaves Sweden
NATO Foots Bill for Massive US Combat Depot in Poland
NATO's Stoltenberg to Stay in Top Job Until 2022
Bosnians Deported From Croatia for 'Refusing to Spy on Muslims'
Death Toll From Utrecht Tram Shooting Rises to Four
Ukraine: President Claims Tycoon Backed Rivals for Revenge
Russia Says It Sent Specialists to Venezuela, Rebuffs Trump
'Not Threatening Anyone' in Venezuela: Russia
Venezuela's Guaido Barred From Public Office for 15 Years
Brazil Says Russian Troops Should Leave Venezuela if Propping Up Maduro
American Airlines Indefinitely Suspends Flights to Venezuela
The War at Home
Pentagon Surveying Sites for New Border Wall Segments
Trade Panel: Boeing Got Unfair US Tax Breaks, Hurting Airbus
Veterans Harmed at VA Nursing Homes in Two Dozen States
Maria Butina, Accused of Spying for Russia, to Be Sentenced in April
Air Force Grounds B-1 Fleet Over New Precautions Concerning Ejection Seat
Kudlow Says US Could Lift Some Tariffs on China as Part of Trade Deal
China Shifts Position on Tech Transfers, Trade Talks Progress
China's Premier Li Says There's No Trust Deficit With US
Taiwan President, Seeking Tanks and Fighters, Says US Responding Positively
Afghan Ambassador to Return to Pakistan After PM Khan's Remarks Clarified
Three Militants Killed in Indian-Controlled Kashmir Gunfight
Pakistan Dismisses Indian Terror Dossier as Mostly Social Media Content
Thailand's Pro-Army Party Wins Popular Vote: Election Commission
Papuan Fighters Vow More Attacks on Indonesian Highway
UN Rebukes Vietnam for Activist Arrests, Executions
Algeria Protesters Turn Focus on Political Elite, Not Just Bouteflika
Top Backer of Algeria's Bouteflika Resigns as Business Forum Head
Two Killed in Boko Haram Attack on Miringa Military Base
Nigeria Court Revokes Bail for Missing Separatist Leader
At Least Three Dead in Gunfight in Comoros After Opposition Moves to Unseat President
US Orders Staffers Out of Comoros Amid Vote-Related Unrest
Africa's Sahel Conflict Sees Surge in Militia Killings
UN Envoy Says Corruption Is at the Heart of Libya's Conflict
Pope, in Morocco, Hopes to Boost King's Moderate Islam Vision
UN Urges Eritrea to Probe Killings, Missing Detainees
Police Fire Tear Gas at Sudan Protesters Defying Ban
Four Burkina Faso Gendarmes Killed in Attack on Base in Barani Near Mali Border
Violence in Some Areas of Colombia Has Worsened Since Peace Deal, Red Cross Says
Honduran Police Arrest Journalist Convicted of Defamation
Google Signs Deal With Cuba to Boost Internet Services
Mexican Locals Report Injuries in Clash With Marines Near Vaquita Reserve
Haiti Opposition Calls New Protests in Bid to Oust President
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Let's Declare Victory

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Sheldon Richman
America's War Culture

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Ran HaCohen
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

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