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Defense Giants Raytheon and United Tech Merge
US Agrees to Send 1,000 More Troops to Poland
NK Leader's Slain Half-Brother Was CIA Informant
  North Korea Says US Must 'Withdraw Its Hostile Policy'
Iran Accelerates Uranium Enrichment, Within Limit
  Iran: Sanctions Show US Talks Offer Not Serious
US Officials Claim Afghan ISIS as Threat to West
  Afghan Govt Releases 170 Taliban Prisoners Amid Peace Efforts
Mali Attack: '100 Killed' in Dogon Village
US Halts Training Program for Turkish Pilots
Top Court Won't Reconsider Gitmo's Indefinite Detentions
Pompeo Vows Pushback if Corbyn Elected British PM
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item Is the State Department Funding Attacks on Activists?  by Derek Davison
item WSJ Says CIA Chief, 'Bloody Gina' Wouldn't Do Anything 'Inappropriate'  by Joshua Cho
item The War Crimes That Don't Get Punished  by Ron Paul
item Getting China Wrong, Yet Again  by Dennis Etler
item Forget the Trade War: Is a Conflict Over Taiwan the Real Threat?  by Ted Galen Carpenter

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Trump's Acting Budget Chief Pushes Delay in Huawei Ban
Huawei's Export Ban Is Wider in Scope Than Most People Imagine
German Firm Escalates War Crimes Against Palestinians
Poland, US Conclude Talks on Higher American Troop Presence
German Minister Upbeat on Iran Trade Vehicle Before Rouhani Talks
Iran's Zarif Says Nuclear Deal Talks With Germany Were Frank, Serious
Yemen/Saudi Arabia
Yemen Foreign Minister Resigns Amid Differences Over UN Efforts
Saudi Air Defense Intercepts Two Houthi Drones
Iraq Daily Roundup: Civilian Casualties in Turkish Strikes; Nine Killed Across Iraq
New Zealand Plans to Withdraw All Troops From Iraq by Next June
NY Imam Convicted of Terrorism Will Be Deported Back to Iraq
Turkish F-35 Pilots No Longer Flying at US Base: Pentagon
US Has Not Taken Up Offer to Create S-400 Working Group, Turkey Says
Gaza Medic Shot in the Head During Border Protests Succumbs to Wounds
Palestinians Urge Sanctions if Israel Moves to Annex Parts of West Bank
The 'Money Mountain': Israel Holding Millions in Palestinian Deposits, Promises Now to Finally Pay It Back
Two Deaths and One Big Lie
Sister's Nightmare: Little Brother Was Shot One Night During Ramadan by Occupying Soldiers
Middle East
Syria Kurds Alarmed as Fire Ravages Wheat Near Oil Rigs
Three Lebanese Men Released in UAE Arrive Home
UAE, Naval Group Quietly Cut $850 Million Deal for Gowind Ships
Mexico Denies Trump's Claim of Secret Concessions in Deal
Mexico Eyes Brazil for US Asylum Deal, Trump Revives Tariff Threat
Mexico Says to Consider 'Safe Third Country' Status if Migration Does Not Slow
Mexico Says Migration Reduction Measures Reviewed After 45 Days
US Refiners Wanted Oil Imports Exempted From Mexico Tariffs
Mexico Opening Memorials to 'Dirty War' Torture, Killings
Nicaragua Frees 50 More Considered Political Prisoners
Thousands March in Port-Au-Prince to Demand President's Resignation
With Moldova in Crisis, Two Rival Governments Hold Meetings
French, Dutch ISIS Orphans Repatriated From Syria
Swedish Police Shoot Man at Malmo Station After Bomb Threat
The War at Home
Trump Says He Is 'A Little Bit Concerned' About Massive Defense Merger
20 Years for South Carolina Man Who Tried to Fight for ISIS
'Space Force' Shrinks in House Proposal
Yemeni Guantanamo Detainee's Bid for Release Rejected by US Supreme Court
Sudan's Military Blames Protesters for Violence, Following Army Massacre
Sudan Sit-In Bloodshed Cripples Uprising
Sudan's Notorious Paramilitary Rapid Support Forces Accused of Targeting Hospitals
Egypt Offers to Help Sudan Military Regime Counter Civil Disobedience
Internet Blackout Across Sudan
Sudan Opposition Says to Nominate Members for Transitional Council
Sudan Rebel Group Says Leaders Deported After Talks Collapse
Top US Diplomat for Africa to Travel to Sudan to Urge Talks: State Department
No US Troops Killed After US Armored Vehicle Hits Roadside Bomb in Niger
Nineteen Killed in Burkina Faso's Volatile North
Libyan Conflict Squeezes Southern Tunisia
Rwanda Re-Opens Border With Uganda to Trucks for 12 Days
China Ready for Trade Talks With East Africa Bloc: Ambassador to Kenya
China/Hong Kong
Trump Threatens Tariffs if China's Xi Doesn't Meet With Him
Trump Ready to Slap More Tariffs on China After G20 Meeting
US Warns Extradition Law Changes May Jeopardize Hong Kong's Special Status
Hong Kong Lawmaker Gets Suspended Sentence Over 'Occupy' Charges
65 Voter Registration Centers in Afghanistan Remain Closed Due to Threats
Soldier Killed, 3 Others Injured in Ceasefire Violation in Kashmir
Former Pakistani President Zardari Arrested on Corruption Charges
Nazarbayev's Handpicked Successor Tokayev Elected Kazakh President
Kremlin Says Mistakes May Have Been Made Over Arrest of Journalist
Russian Newspapers Show Solidarity With Detained Journalist
Russian Court Rules to Free Chechen Human Rights Advocate Oyub Titiev
Russia Urges Arbitration Panel to Toss Out Black Sea Case
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