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Dozens Killed, Thousands Hurt in Iraq Protests
US Sending Tanks to Syria, To Focus on Oilfields
  Media, Congress Continue to Condemn Trump on Syria Policy
Kurds Say Turkey Breaches Ceasefire
  Russia Reports More Syrian Kurds Withdraw From Safe Zone
  Erdogan: Turkey Will Have Observation Area Near Syria's Manbij
  US Envoy: Videos Show Turkish-Backed Rebels' War Crimes in Syria
Saudis Tell US 'Maximum Pressure' Only Way to Stop Iran
  Saudi Arabia to Boost Military Presence in Aden as UAE Pulls Back
As Secret Pentagon Spending Rises, Defense Firms Cash In
  Raytheon Raises 2019 Profits Forecast on Higher Weapons Demand
Inhofe to Offer 'Skinny' Defense Policy Bill as Backup Plan
Russian Activist Maria Butina Released, Headed Home
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Russian Nuclear Subs Launch ICBMs in Military Drill
Russia Dismisses Hacking Reports as 'Unsavory'
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Russia Sends S-400 Missile Defense Systems to Serbia for Military Drill
Denmark Passes Legislation to Strip ISIS Fighters of Citizenship
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Confronting Its Troubled Past, Spain Exhumes Franco
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Chile Protesters: Government Concessions Not Enough
Pinera Says Demands of Chileans 'Loud and Clear,' Protests Begin Anew
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Suspected Gang Members Found Dead Amid Surge of Violence in Mexico
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Hong Kong Cafe Seen as Supportive of Anti-Government Protesters Smashed Up 'By Four Masked Men'
Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protesters Rally for Catalan Separatists
Hong Kong Protests Labeled Independence Campaign by China's Top Diplomat in City, Xie Feng, Who Warns 'Virus of Violence' Is Spreading Overseas
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