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Updated October 8, 2019 - 9:13 PM EDT
US Begins Pullout From Northeast Syria
 
  Syrian Kurdish Official Eyes Possible Talks With Damascus
  Turkish Strikes Pound Kurds in Northeast Syria as Offensive Begins
  DC Loses Its Mind Over Announcement to Move Troops in Syria
Iraq President: 'Excessive Force' Used on Protests
 
  Iraqi Police Replace Army in Key Baghdad Neighborhoods
  'Silencing' of Iraq Protests Coverage Feared After Attacks
The War in Afghanistan, 18 Years and Counting
 
  18-Year-Old US Soldier Goes to Afghanistan 18 Years After War Began
Some Hong Kong Protesters Resorting to Violence
North Korea Says US Failed Talks 'Sickening'
South Yemen Govt, Separatists Near Deal Over Aden
Iran Says Heavy Water Reactor Will Be Operational Soon
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item The United States of Betrayal  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
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Defender Europe 2020: 20,000 US-Based Troops Headed to Europe
US Aid to Egypt Poised to Proceed in What Rights Groups Call 'Shameful' Act
A Botched Program to Train Saudi Pilots for Yemen Cost US Army Aviator His Life
Kremlin Questions Veracity of Report on Trump-Putin Calls
 
Syria/Turkey
Kurds Accuse Trump of 'Stab in the Back' as US Forces Leave Northeast Syria
Trump Warns Turkey Against Injuring US Troops
Turkey Says It Is Determined to Clear Syrian Border of Militants, Assure Security
US Expects Turkey to Take Over ISIS Fighters if Kurdish Militia Forced to Withdraw
Pentagon Insists US Does Not Endorse Turkish Operation in Syria
Turkey Will Not Allow ISIS to Return, Says Presidential Spokesperson
Graham, Van Hollen Pledge Bipartisan Sanctions on Turkey if It Attacks Kurds
Rand Paul: Trump 'Once Again Fulfills His Promises' With Syrian Pullout
Twenty Russian, Syrian Government Soldiers Killed in Ammunition Depot Blast
Iran's Zarif Says US 'Irrelevant Occupier in Syria,' Defends Syrian Territorial Integrity
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: 12 Killed; Protest Violence Tapers Off
Iran Calls on Iraqi People to Show Restraint: Spokesman
Iran Re-Opens Iraqi Border Amid Violent Protests
Turkish Forces Neutralize Most Wanted PKK Member in Iraq
Iran
Incoming Top EU Diplomat Commits to Save Iran Nuclear Deal
Iran Ups Defenses Around Key Oil Facilities in Wake of Aramco Attack
Kremlin Says Detention of Russian Journalist in Iran Unacceptable
Israel/Palestine
UN Treats Israeli Army as Peacebuilding Partner
Israel Seeking 'Non-Aggression' Deal With Arab Gulf States
Gaza Young Man Dies of Wounds by Israeli Gunfire
Fearing Shortages, Dayan Mulled Drafting Young, Old in 1973 War, Papers Show
UAE/Lebanon
UAE Lifts Lebanon Travel Ban as Beirut Seeks Support for Ailing Economy
Libya
Libya Children Injured in Haftar Airstrike on Equestrian School
Libya's Eastern-Based Army Attacks UN-Backed Government Forces in Western Tripoli
Africa
Split Vote Complicates Govt Formation After Tunisia Election
Report Says South Sudan Fails to Provide War Victims Justice
US Pastor Arrested in Rwanda Has Criticized Government for 'Heathen Practices'
 
Afghanistan
Afghan Children 'Getting Used to Violence': NGO
Taliban Say Afghanistan Has Freed Several of Their Prisoners
Kidnapped Indian Engineers Released in Taliban Prisoner Swap
Hong Kong
Donald Trump Says 'Bad' Developments in Hong Kong Could Affect Trade Negotiations
Tear Gas, Arrests and Train Stations Trashed as Anger Over New Anti-Mask Law Rolls in Fourth Straight Day
People's Liberation Army Warning to Hong Kong Protesters 'Not Military Action', Pro-Beijing Heavyweight Maria Tam Says
First Suspects Charged Under Hong Kong's Anti-Mask Law Granted Bail, After Weekend of Protests Marred by Violence
Hong Kong Journalist Hit by Petrol Bomb Recovering in Hospital
China
US Prefers a 'Big Deal' With China: Trump
China Takes Some Key Trade Issues Off the Negotiating Table With US: Report
US Blacklists 28 Chinese Surveillance Companies Over Human Rights Abuses
North Korea/Japan
Japan Searches for North Korea Crew After Collision
North Korea Warns US, Europeans Against Raising Its Missile Tests at UN
US, Japan Ink Trade Agreements on Farm, Digital Exports
Kashmir
Police: Indian Fire Kills Woman in Pakistan-Held Kashmir
The Transported – Kashmiri Prisoners Sent Far From Home
Kashmir Conflict: Woes Deepen as Lockdown Stifles Economy
Cambodia
Cambodia PM Threatens to Deploy Troops if Opposition Leaders Return
Europe
Turkish Ship to Begin Drilling South of Cyprus by Tuesday: Minister
Pullback of Forces in Ukraine's Rebel East Is Delayed
Paris Knife Attacker Had USB Drive With Information About Colleagues
Kosovo Dissident Albin Kurti Reaches Halls of Power
Erdogan Says Turkey Plays Constructive Role in Balkans
Swedish Police Says 'Suspicious Object' at Iraqi Embassy Is Harmless
Americas
Adobe Cuts Off Venezuela Clients, Citing US Sanctions
Indigenous Protests Convulse Ecuador, 477 People Arrested
 
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9/16/2019
The FBI vs. Antiwar.com

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Ted Snider
9/30/2019
Iran, Islam, and Banning the Bomb

Dave DeCamp
9/06/2019
Former US Envoys to Afghanistan Want To Kill Peace Deal

Scott Horton
7/30/2019
Tulsi Gabbard's Chance to Make the Race About the Wars

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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