Justin Raimondo, RIP
(1951-2019)

On Thursday, June 27, Justin Raimondo passed away after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 67. Justin was a lifelong fighter for peace and liberty. In 1995, he co-founded Antiwar.com with Eric Garris. He served as Antiwar.com's editorial director and top columnist, writing over 3,000 articles for the website. He can never be replaced and will be missed by countless numbers of fans and followers. Read his Antiwar.com obituary here. More remembrances will follow in the days to come.

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  UN Security Council Condemns Airstrike on Migrant Center in Libya
US, Taliban Rewriting Draft Deal on Withdrawal
 
  Afghan Security Forces, Civilians Suffer Deadliest Week of 2019
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Iran
Iran's Uranium Enrichment Isn't About Building a Weapon. It's About Diplomacy.
Gibraltar Obtains Order Extending Detention of Iranian Tanker by 14 Days
Panama Says It Cut Iran Oil Tanker From Boat Registry After Terrorism Alert
Palestine/Israel
At Least 40 Injured in Clashes Between Palestinians, Israeli Soldiers in Eastern Gaza
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Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Attacks on Security Forces; Six Killed Across Iraq
Syria
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Turkey
Turkey's S-400s to Be Loaded on Planes Sunday in Russia
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Lebanon
Human Rights Watch Condemns 'Pressure' on Syrians to Leave Lebanon
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Venezuela
Russia to Help Beef Up Venezuela's Armed Forces: Russia Deputy FM
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Americas
Mexico Murder Rate Spirals Out of Control, Hitting 94 Killings a Day
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Rio Police Find Clandestine Grave With at Least 12 Bodies
Fugitive US Tech Guru: Cryptocurrency Is Next Cuban Revolution
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Libya
Eastern Libya, US Firm Close to Signing Libya Port Deal
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Sudan
Sudan Military Council, Opposition Reach Power-Sharing Agreement
UAE Says It Will Stand With Sudan in 'Good Times and Bad Times': Foreign Affairs Minister
Africa
Thousands Protest in Algeria Capital, Break Police Cordon
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Justin Raimondo Remembered
Associated Press: Gay Rights, Antiwar Activist Justin Raimondo Dies
San Francisco Chronicle: Justin Raimondo, Longtime Antiwar Activist and Writer
CounterPunch: Godspeed Justin Raimondo, You Brilliant Son of a Bitch
Kelley Vlahos: How Justin Made Me a Braver Writer
National Review Obituary of Justin Raimondo
Renowned Anti-War Writer Justin Raimondo Passes Away at 67 (LibertyConservativeNews.com)
Pat Buchanan on Justin Raimondo’s Passing
In Memoriam: Justin Raimondo (Chronicles Magazine)
Lew Rockwell on Justin Raimondo's Passing
Justin Raimondo: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know (Heavy.com)
Koreas
Former Envoy May Be N. Korea's New Point Man in US Talks
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China/Hong Kong
China Won't Buy US Soybeans Until White House Clarifies Position; Prices Down
US Lawmakers Again Urge Sanctions Over China's Xinjiang Crackdown
US Says Trade Talks Resuming as China Demands End to Tariffs
Hong Kong Mothers March in Support of Anti-Extradition Students
Afghanistan
Afghan Security Forces and Civilians Suffer Their Deadliest Week of 2019
Taliban Mortars Hit Busy Market; Separate Attacks Kill 18 Security Personnel
Afghan Police Blackmailed Protesting Candidates
Police Mistreat Journalists in Kabul
Pakistani Premier to Meet Taliban Leaders on Afghan Peace
Turkey's Govt Takes Over Five Gulenist Schools in Afghanistan
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's Top Court Stays Executions Until Oct. 30
Wahhabism Confronted: Sri Lanka Curbs Saudi Influence After Bombings
Muslims in Sri Lankan Highlands to Down Shutters as Hardline Buddhists Meet
Indonesia
'State-In-Waiting': Papua's Rebels Unite Against Indonesia Rule
Indonesia's Top Court Jails Woman Who Reported Sexual Harassment
Asia
Philippines Faces Call for UN Probe Into War on Drugs Killings
Highway Regulation for Hindu Pilgrimage Angers Kashmir Residents
Germany
German Woman Sentenced to 5 Years for Joining ISIS
Why Did Germany Put an Afghan Man on Trial for War Crimes?
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Europe
Trip to Check Radiation After 1989 Sinking of Russian Sub
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Shine, Perishing Republic

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Antiwar.com: Now What?

Ted Snider
3/05/2019
Why Won't Maduro Let US Humanitarian Aid Into Venezuela? History.

Sheldon Richman
1/21/2019
America's War Culture

Lucy Steigerwald
8/15/2018
Plans To Memorialize a War Without End

David R. Henderson
6/19/2018
War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

Ran HaCohen
12/11/2017
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

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