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Updated November 25, 2019 - 9:01 PM EST
Top US General Predicts 'Likely' Iranian Attacks
  French Defense Chief Takes Aim at US for 'Unanswered' Iran Attacks
OPCW Accused of Altering Chem Attack Report
  WikiLeaks: Syrian Chemical Report Was Doctored
Kurds: US Troops at Oilfields Won't Stop Turks
  CentCom Chief: US Anti-ISIS Ops to Resume in Coming Weeks
  Car Bomb Kills at Least 10 People Near Syria's Border With Turkey
Pence Reassures Iraqi Kurds in Surprise Visit
  Iraqi Forces Kill 13 Protesters as Protests Expand in South
Trump Ordered SecDef To Let SEAL Keep Status
Trump: US Working on Agreement With Taliban
Navy Chief Fired Over SEAL War Crimes Case
Poll Shows Americans Favor Non-Intervention
Assange May Die in Prison Without Medical Care
item Neocon Uses Impeachment To Push Russophobic Agenda  by David Stockman
item Fraud at Israeli Military Contractor Oran Safety Glass  by Grant Smith
item CIA Shaped 'Jack Ryan' Series Into a Venezuela Regime Change Fantasy  by Max Blumenthal & Ben Norton
item What My Personal War Costs Me  by Andrea Mazzarino
item Trump Must Understand War With Iran Would Be Hell  by Doug Bandow
item Media Use of 'Targeted Killing' Whitewashes Israeli Attacks  by Michael F. Brown

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Election Commission May Ask Afghan Government to Intervene
UN Foreign Worker, Eight Afghan Soldiers Killed in Separate Attacks
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