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Updated October 28, 2019 - 9:26 PM EDT
US Kills ISIS Leader Baghdadi in Saturday Raid
 
  Baghdadi's Death Unlikely to End ISIS Insurgency
Trump Wants Deal With Exxon to Take Syrian Oil
 
  Trump's Scheme to Take Syrian Oil Draws Rebukes
  US Boosts Troop Numbers in East Syria to Control Oil
  Syrian Kurds Say They'll Leave Border Under Russia Deal
74 Iraqis Killed in Crackdown on 3 Protest Days
95 Demonstrators Injured in Gaza Protests
Maria Butina Denies She's a Russian Spy
Saudi Prince Tells US Congress to Get Over Frustrations
Afghan, US Forces Kill 80 Taliban Fighters: Officials
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item Saudi Bases and the bin Ladens: A Love Story  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
item Interventionism and Isolationism  by Jacob G. Hornberger
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France on High Alert for Revenge Attacks After Death of Baghdadi
$85 Billion Nuclear Missile Competition Gets Messier as Feds Investigate Northrop
Samsung Space Satellite Lands in Rural Michigan Neighborhood
 
Syria/Turkey
Proposed US Oil Company Role in Syria Faces Hurdles
Russia Accuses US of 'Banditry' in Protecting Syria's Oil
Turkey Will 'Clean' Syria-Turkey Border if Kurdish Forces Miss Deadline, Erdogan Warns
One Turkish Soldier Killed, Five Wounded in Northeast Syria
ISIS Spokesman Al-Muhajir 'Targeted' in Turkey-Controled Syria, SDF Says
Syria Clashes Between Pro-Turkish Forces and Kurds Leave 15 Dead, Monitor Says
Syria's SDF Says It Will Redeploy From Turkey Border Under Russia Deal
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: 23 Killed; Strikes Against ISIS in North
Iraqi Paramilitaries Threaten 'Revenge' After Offices Torched
Iraqi PM Orders Deployment of Elite Troops to End Baghdad Protests
Four Iraqi MPs Resign in Response to Mass Protests
'I'll Force You to Quit,' Cleric Al-Sadr Threatens Iraqi PM
Iraqi Cleric Sadr's Political Allies Go Into Opposition
Iraq Students Join Protests Amid Mounting Pressure on Government
UN Opens Second Camp in Iraq to Cope With Syrian Kurd Influx
Lebanon
Lebanon Protesters Pour Back Onto Streets as Night Falls
Protesters Form Human Chain Across the Country
Lebanese Police Drag Protesters, Remove Roadblocks in Beirut
Lebanese Army Says It Fired Into the Air Near Tripoli After Clash
Yemen
Saudi Arabia Officially Takes Command of Coalition Troops in UAE-Stronghold Aden
Houthi-Laid Landmine Injures Three Yemeni Farmers in Hodeidah
Palestine/Israel
IDF Troops Fire at Suspicious Vehicle on Gaza Border
Israel Ministers Meet Over Posthumous Pardon for 'Yemenite Children' Activist
Iran
Iran Releases Two Labor Activists on Bail
Britain
Britons Say They Oppose Police Use of Facial Recognition Tech
UK Government 'Secretly' Planning to Repatriate ISIS Children, Wives: Report
Catalonia/Spain
Police, Protesters Clash in Barcelona After 350,000 Rally Against Jailing of Separatist Leaders
Catalonia Divided: Barcelona Hosts Unionist Rally a Day After Separatist March
Europe
EU Official Welcomes Czech Resolution That Calls Israel Boycott Anti-Semitism
Ex-CIA Spy Flees From Italy to US Fearing for Her Safety
Serbia Thankful to Russia for Boosting Its Military
Dozens of World War II Bombs Found in Bavarian Town
Africa
Libyan Army Captures Eight Fighters From Haftar's Forces in Southern Tripoli
Egypt Extends State of Emergency for Three Months
Violence During Ethiopian Protests Was Ethnically Tinged, Say Eyewitnesses
4 Burundian Journalists Charged With Undermining State Security
Morocco Lengthens Jail Term for Journalist on Appeal
Mozambique's Nyusi Retains Power After Sweeping Victory in Disputed Poll
Malawi Protesters Demand Inquiry Into Allegations of Rape by Police Officers
US Military
US Air Force's X-37b Space Plane Lands After Record 780-Day Mystery Mission
Remains of WW2 Army Air Forces B-17 Gunner Identified
 
US Says Raid Kills ISIS Leader
US Raid on Baghdadi Was Staged From Airbase in Western Iraq
Iraqi State TV Airs Footage of Raid on Baghdadi
Bodies of Three Men, Three Women Found at Scene of Attack Targeting Baghdadi
US Troops Reportedly Demolished Al-Baghdadi's Compound to Prevent It From Becoming a Shrine
After Baghdadi Raid, Syria Villagers Tell of Quiet Neighbor
Two US Soldiers Wounded During Baghdadi Raid
Trump Cites 'Washington Leaks' for Keeping Raid on ISIS Leader From Congressional Leaders
Iraq Says It Provided US With Baghdadi's Location
Baghdadi's Aide Was Key to His Capture: Iraqi Intelligence Sources
Turkey, Syrian Kurds Rush to Claim Credit in US Baghdadi Death Operation
Syria's SDF Says Its Intelligence Helped Locate Baghdadi
Russian Defense Ministry: We Are Unaware of Alleged Assistance in Baghdadi Operation
Russian Defence Ministry Says Has No Reliable Info on 'Yet Another' Killing of Baghdadi
Hong Kong
Hong Kong Protesters Hurl Petrol Bombs After Police Fire Tear Gas to Clear Rally
Activist Joshua Wong Says He Does Not Support Hong Kong Independence Under Current Constitutional Framework
Court Order on Officer Data Targets Doxxers Not Journalists, Hong Kong Police Insist
Thousands of Hong Kong Medical Workers and Supporters Hold Peaceful Anti-Police Rally
Hong Kong Police to Rehire 1,000 Retired Officers to Cope With Anti-Government Protests
Luxury Retailers Report Resilient Revenues Despite Hong Kong Protests, as Chinese Consumers Increase Spending at Home
Koreas
North Korea Warns US Not to Ignore Year-End Deadline on Nuclear Talks and the Trump-Kim Friendship
Two US B-52 Bombers Fly Over East Sea: Aviation Tracker
Afghanistan
Afghan Govt Working on Peace Delegation for China Meeting
US Soldier Falls Unconscious After Blast in Kandahar
Taliban Attack Thwarted in Faryab, Say Afghan Forces
US Peace Envoy Meets Afghan Leaders in Advance of Peace Talks
Afghan President Proposes 7-Point 'Peace Plan'
Pakistan
Large Anti-Government Procession Heads to Pakistan's Capital
Pakistan Denies Use of Airspace to Indian Prime Minister
Pakistan Confirms Arrest of Activist Following US Criticism
Myanmar
Myanmar Rebels Say Govt Attacks Personnel They Captured
Mexico
Mexican Town Turned to War Zone Fears New Era of Narco Violence
In New Blow to Mexico's Crime Fight, Judge Frees Suspected Cartel Members
Mexican Mothers Discover Dozens of Bodies Buried in Mass Grave Near Resort Town South of Arizona Border
Bolivia
Bolivia President Morales Says Rivals Preparing 'Coup'
Bolivian President Morales Agrees to Audit of Vote
Bolivia's Morales Vows Second-Round Vote if Fraud Found in Election, Threatens Siege of Cities
Americas
Chile Protests: President Calls for Cabinet Reshuffle
Argentina Rejects Austerity to Elect Alberto Fernandez President
Hundreds of Police, Supporters March in Haiti
 
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9/16/2019
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10/28/2019
Saudi Bases and the Bin Ladens: A Love Story

Sheldon Richman
10/26/2019
To Be or Not To Be a Jewish State: That Is the Question

Scott Horton
10/17/2019
To End the Wars, Attack the Right From the Right

Dave DeCamp
10/10/2019
Another Russiagate Flop: Senate Finance Committee Calls NRA a Russian Asset

Lucy Steigerwald
10/09/2019
George W. Bush Is Not Your Republican Friend With Whom You Respectfully Disagree

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

David R. Henderson
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War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

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

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