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Updated October 29, 2019 - 9:15 PM EDT
US Military Sees Broad Defense of Syria Oilfields
 
  House Passes Bill to Punish Turkey for Syria Invasion
  Trump Wants Deal With Exxon to Take Syrian Oil
Doubts Over Trump's Account of Baghdadi Death
 
  Baghdadi's Death Unlikely to End ISIS Insurgency
Mnuchin: US Will Ramp Up Pressure on Iran
 
  Poll: Most Voters Concerned About Iran Obtaining Nuclear Weapons
18 Killed as Iraqi Demonstrators Defy Security Forces
Max Blumenthal Arrested Over Venezuela Reporting
Viewpoints
item Absurdity of the Neocons' Syrian Oil Narrative  by Ronald Enzweiler
item Camp Bucca, Abu Ghraib, and the Rise of Extremism in Iraq  by Kathy Kelly
item How Ads for Drones and Military Payload Delivery Systems Invaded Our Timelines  by Lorissa Rinehart
item Baghdadi's Death Is Not a Triumph  by Joel Mathis
item Thanks to a Soviet Navy Captain – We Survived 1962  by Ray McGovern
item Baghdadi Had No Real Answer to the Crumbling of His Caliphate  by Patrick Cockburn

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Armenian Genocide Bill Set for Vote on House Floor
Adobe Gets US License to Operate in Venezuela Despite Sanctions
US-Led Coalition Against ISIS to Meet in Washington on November 14
Convicted Anti-Nuclear Activists: 'Pentagon Has Brainwashed People'
Feds: Brothers With Alleged Hezbollah Ties 'Dangerous'
 
China/Hong Kong
Donald Trump Says Phase One of China Trade Deal Is 'Ahead of Schedule'
Hong Kong Businesses Affected by Vandalism and Arson During Protests Seen Filing Up to $76.5 Million in Insurance Claims
Hong Kong Police Apologize for Tear-Gassing Pharmacy and Restaurant During Protests
Hong Kong Police Admit Adopting More Aggressive Tactics to Quell Rising Violence as Tensions Grow Between Officers and Journalists
Afghanistan
Three Afghan Women Killed in Pakistani Shelling: Officials
Afghanistan School Blast Leaves Two Workers Dead
US Welcomes Intra-Afghan Talks in China
Khalilzad: Another Round of Afghan Peace Consultations Completed
US Envoy to Discuss Afghan Prisoner Exchange: Politicians
Koreas
North Korea Boasts of 'Self-Developed' Six-Degrees-Of-Freedom Robot
South Korea, Japan to Study Fund to Ease Wartime Forced Labor Issue
Asia
Country of Georgia Hit by Massive Cyber-Attack
Grenade Attack Hits Kashmir Ahead of Visit by EU Lawmakers
India Seeks UN Intervention Over Pakistan's Refusal to Allow PM Modi to Fly Through Its Airspace.
Indonesia Builds Bridge to Help Quell West Papua Unrest
Africa
Sixteen Killed in Burkina Faso in Suspected Jihadist Attack
Egypt Policemen Charged in Torturing Street Vendor to Death
Morocco Wants Women, Minors Held in Iraq, Syria to Come Home
Bolivia
Clashes in Post-Election Dispute Shut Down Much of Bolivia
La Paz Strikes in Protest of Bolivia Election Results
'No Negotiation': Bolivia Opposition Leader Says Strikers Will Not Accept Talks
Americas
Over 40 Skulls Found at Altar in Den of Mexico Cartel Suspects
Chile's Pinera Faces New Protests After Firing Ministers, Courting Working Class
 
Syrian ISIS
Who Are Baghdadi's Likely Successors?
US Disposes of Baghdadi Remains, Will Not Release Video
Syrian Democratic Forces Say Baghdadi's Underwear Was DNA Tested Before Raid
Bodies of Seven Civilians Found at Site Where Baghdadi Died
US Says It Took Two Men Prisoner During Baghdadi Raid
Security Increasing at ISIS Prisons After Al-Baghdadi Death
Syria
Turkey Says Kurdish YPG Has Not Fully Withdrawn From Syria Border Area
US to Keep Syria's Oilfields Out of Government, Russia's Hands, Esper Says
UN Syria Envoy to Meet Turkey, Iran, and Russia Foreign Ministers
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Eight Killed; Student Protesters Beaten
Iraqi Cleric Sadr Calls for Early Election
Four Iraqi MPs Resign in Response to Mass Protests
Rockets Fired at Iraq's Camp Taji, Home to US Troops
Iraqi Communist MP Who Resigned Over Protest Violence Now Calls for Government to Step Down
Palestine/Israel
Gaza's Hamas Says Ready for Palestinian Elections
Palestinian Negotiator Hits Trump Team's 'Empty Words' in Peace Talks
Israel's New Moves to 'Legalize' the Occupation
Israeli Military 'Fig Leaf' Dismissed Killings of Palestinians, Says Rights Group
Palestinian Plan for Economic Disengagement Faces Israeli Threats
Norway's Capital Says It Won't Buy Israeli Settlement Goods
Why Did Microsoft Fund an Israeli Firm That Surveils West Bank Palestinians?
Yemen
Yemen Minister: We Reject Saudis, UAE Controlling Our Government
Two Yemen Government Ministers Survive Assassination Attempt
Middle East
Lebanon Protesters Block Roads to Keep Revolt Alive
Turkey, Russia in Negotiations for Potential SU-35 Jet Deal
 
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