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FBI Official Probed for Altering Russiagate Docs
US Denies Plan to Pull 4,000 Troops in S. Korea
  US Envoy: Time Running Out on North Korea Deal
  China Signs Defense Pact With South Korea as US Angers Seoul
  The First Nukes on the Korean Peninsula
Iran's President Claims Victory Over Protests
  Iranian Intel Leaks and the US Folly in Iraq
UK Arms to Saudis Doubled During Yemen War
  Over 130 Attacks on Medical Facilities in Yemen War
Ukraine Investigating Biden-Connected Gas Firm
US Spent $6.4 Trillion on Wars Since 2001: Study
Israeli Warplanes Kill at Least 23 in Syria Attacks
House Votes to Reauthorize PATRIOT Act
Morales Calls for International Help in Bolivia
Netanyahu Charged With Bribery, Fraud, Breach of Trust
item UK Failure in Iraq and Afghanistan Highlighted by War Crime Claims  by Patrick Cockburn
item Pompeo Buries Two-State Solution With New US Policy on Settlements  by Mitchell Plitnick
item Take the Oil? Pull the Troops? What Is Trump Doing in Syria?  by Daniel Depetris
item Prosecution of Assange Calls for the Public Defense of Free Speech  by Nozomi Hayase
item Russiagaters Pivot Focus to Russian State Media  by Dave DeCamp
item Two More US Deaths for Nothing in Afghanistan  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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