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Trump Vetoes Bill to End Support of Yemen War
  Yemeni Parties Agree to Hodeidah Pullback Plan
  Saudis and UAE Use French Weapons in Yemen, Report Reveals
  Sudan Pledges to Continue Supporting Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen
Assange Prosecutors Push Discredited Narratives
  Accusing Julian Assange of Being a 'Narcissist' Misses the Point
US Sees Venezuela Military Options Against Russia, China
  US Has No Timeline for Change in Venezuela Govt, Official Says
SK's Moon Says Ready for a New Summit With Kim
  Trump, Pompeo Dismiss Kim's Deadline for Flexibility in Talks
Saudi Arabia Funds Hafter's Invasion of Libyan Capital
Trump's Sanctions Risk Disrupting Global Oil Markets
US Officially Designates Iran Guards a Terrorist Group
item Congress Demands End to Yemen War: Now What?  by Kate Kizer
item Steve Bannon Declares War on China  by Curt Mills
item Accusing Julian Assange of Being a 'Narcissist' Misses the Point  by Patrick Cockburn
item Julian Assange and the Sins of the World  by Justin Raimondo
item Julian Assange: Political Prisoner  by Ron Paul
item The Toxic Lure of 'Guns and Butter'  by Norman Solomon

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Mueller Report's Release Expected Thursday: DoJ
Six Appear in New Zealand Court on Charges They Sent Mosque Attack Images
Ocasio-Cortez: Cutting US Military, Economic Aid to Israel Is 'On the Table'
Ecuador Says Hacking Attempts Doubled After It Ended Assange Asylum
US Military Base Threatens Biodiversity in Okinawa
Libya Offensive Stalls, but Haftar Digs in Given Foreign Sympathies
UN Libya Envoy Says Haftar Made Coup Attempt With Advance on Tripoli
Haftar Must Win Over Militias to Take Tripoli: Analysts
Fighting in Libya Will Create Huge Number of Refugees, PM Warns
Sudan's New Military Council Vows to Name Civilian Premier
Sudan's Military Vows to Shake Up Security State Amid Continued Protests
Fourteen Killed in Clashes in Displacement Camp in Sudan's Darfur
Sudan Protesters Warn 'Remnants of Bashir Regime' Still at Work
Sudanese Protesters Urged to Resist Dispersal and Return to Streets
Sudan's Protesters Voice Optimism After Talks With Army
Sudan's Military Try to Break Up Sit-In
Sudan's Military Council Appoints New Army Chief of Staff
Bashir's Former Ruling Party Barred From Transitional Government, Will Take Part in Future Elections
Seven Chad Soldiers, 63 Militants Killed in Boko Haram Attack: Army
South Sudan's Oil Flow Not Impacted by Unrest in Sudan
US Confirms Killing No. 2 ISIS Leader in Somalia
Nigeria-Chad Operation Kills 27 'Terrorists' Near Wulgo as ISIS Claims Multiple Attacks
Kenya Moves Cuban Doctors Away From Border After Abductions
Russia to Send Soldiers to Central African Republic as Part of UN Force
Northern Ireland
Ex-Soldier Charged With 1972 Teen Killing in Northern Ireland
China Says US Criticism of Its Role in Latin America Is 'Slanderous'
45 Bodies Found in Clandestine Graves in Mexico
Brazil Officials: Militias Prevented Oversight of Buildings
Israeli Soldiers Erased Footage of Settler Who Shot Dead Palestinian Man
Avigdor Liberman Warns Netanyahu: Draft Yeshiva Students or Face New Election
Israeli Arab MK Calls on AG to Confiscate Likud Cameras Placed in Arab Polling Stations
Israel Reportedly Used New Supersonic Rampage Missiles During Airstrikes in Syria
Militia Attacks Police in Mosul; Eight Killed in Iraq
Iraq's Solution to Stranded Kurdistan Crude
After ISIS War, Iraq Seeks to Reclaim Status in Arab World
Middle East
Turkey Says Buying Russian Defense System Should Not Trigger US Sanctions
US, France, Britain Hold Mine Drill Off Bahrain
New Zealand Searches for Nurse Held by ISIS in Syria
Saudi Aramco Buys $1.2 Billion Stake in South Korean Refiner
Afghanistan Forces Intimidate, Rob US-Hired Contractors
Afghan Official: Gunman Opens Fire at a Wedding, Killing Three
Taliban Team at Afghan Peace Talks in Qatar to Include Women
Why South Korea Just Ramped Up Iranian Oil Imports
US Approves Possible $500 Million Military Sale to Taiwan: Pentagon
Pakistan Reaches 'Agreement in Principle' With IMF Over Bailout
US to Use All Economic, Political Tools to Hold Maduro Accountable: Pompeo
Foreign Intel Services Should Exit Venezuela: Lima Group
Venezuela Sells $400 Million in Gold Amid Sanctions: Sources
US Blacklists Nine Vessels for Venezuelan Sanctions Violations
German State-Owned TV Says It Returns to Venezuela Screens
Canada Expands Sanctions, Adds 43 People Close to Venezuela's Maduro
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