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Updated November 26, 2019 - 8:23 PM EST
Report: Iran Mulled Attacking US Mideast Bases
 
  Iran Says Attack Foiled on Oil Facilities in Southern Iran
Iraq Shuts TV-Radio Stations for Protest Coverage
 
  Iraq Military Denies Coup Report, Blames Social Media Hacking
  Iraqi Govt Claims Oil Deal 'in Principle' With Kurds
Assange May Die in Prison Without Medical Care
Navy Chief Fired Over SEAL War Crimes Case
Germans Are Deeply Worried About US Alliance
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item The Draft Goes Hollywood?  by Paul Jacobs
item Media Looks Away as House Quietly OKs Warrantless Spying  by Barbara Boland
item Is Macron Right? Is NATO, 70, Brain Dead?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
item The Real Bombshell of the Impeachment Hearings  by Ron Paul
item Was Fiona Hill's Testimony a Slam Dunk?  by Hunter DeRensis

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Frontline
Former Australian PM Says Assange Faces 'Unacceptable' Punishment
106 Dem Congressmen Sign Letter Condemning State Dept on Settlements
Germany Probing if Navy Demining Operation Killed Porpoises
Libyan Officials Say US Drone Shot Down by Mistake
 
The War at Home
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Said in an Interview That He Told President Donald Trump That He Was God's 'Chosen One'
White House Directed Block of Armenian Genocide Resolution
Judge Orders Pentagon, Budget Office to Give Ukraine Documents to News Outlet
New Mexico Attorney General: Toxic Water Suit Against Air Force Is 'Corruption Case'
CDC Inspection Findings Reveal Two Breaches at Army Biowarfare Lab
Facebook and Twitter Say Users Gave Improper Access to Personal Data
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: 11 Killed; 70 Bodies Found in Mass Grave
Iraqi Parliament Debates Draft Electoral Law as Protests Escalate
Sweden Probes Iraq Minister for 'Crimes Against Humanity'
Syria
CentCom Chief: US Anti-ISIS Operations to Resume in Coming Weeks
Syria Watchdog Accused of Making Misleading Edits in Report on Chemical Weapons Attack
Warplanes Strike Rebel-Held Positions in Northern Syria
Syria Constitutional Talks Stuck on First Day of New Round
Turkey
Turkey to Test Russian S-400 Systems Despite US Pressure
Erdogan: Turkey-Qatar Military Base Serves Regional 'Stability'
Turkish Police Fire Teargas to Disperse Women's Day Rally
Istanbul Shooting Victim Now Thought to Be Iranian Dissident
Yemen
Houthis Killed in Saudi Airstrikes Near Hodeidah
Report: Houthis in Secret Talks With Saudi Arabia
Houthis Release Jordanian Relief Employees
Red Cross Reports New Outbreak of Dengue Fever in Yemen
Tough Times for Yemen Honey Trade as War Drags On
Saudi Arabia
Turkish Paper: CIA Had Recording of Saudi Prince Demanding Khashoggi Be 'Silenced'
Saudi Arabia Arrests Eight Writers and Entrepreneurs in Latest Crackdown
Saudi Arabia Breaks Its Own Blockade on Qatar as Team Lands in Doha for Gulf Cup
Lebanon
Lebanon Clashes Threaten to Crack Open Fault Lines
Lebanon Business Group Urges General Strike to Push for End to Crisis
Africa
Sudan Militias Move to Libya to Support Haftar's Forces
DR Congo Protesters Storm Monusco Camp, Accuse Peacekeepers of Inaction After Beni Attacks
US Calls Back Ambassador From South Sudan
Egypt Jails Coptic Rights Activist on Charges of 'Terrorism'
 
Afghanistan
Rights Group: Afghans Jailed After Exposing Pedophile Ring
Activist, Who Reported Afghanistan Sex Abuse, Is Missing
Former Afghan President Karzai Urges Govt to Defend 'Freedom of Speech'
American Development Worker for UN Killed in Afghan Blast
Hong Kong
Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Bloc Vows to Turn Screw on Govt After District Council Poll Wins
China Tries to Brush Off Pro-Democracy Victory in Hong Kong Election and Blames 'Foreign Forces' for Interfering
Hong Kong Pro-Establishment Camp Vows to Review How It Gauges Public Mood
Hong Kong Pan-Democrats Vow to Keep Up Pressure on City's Beleaguered Leader to Address Protesters' Demands
China/Taiwan
New Shine on US-Taiwan Ties With Trip by Top Pentagon Brass
China, US Officials: 'Phase One' Trade Deal Could Slide Into Next Year
Asia
South Korea Expresses 'Regret' at North Korean Violation of 2018 Military Agreement
Pakistani Court Grants Bail to Exiled Activist's Father
Strait of Hormuz
Netherlands to Join French-Led Strait of Hormuz Naval Mission
Qatar, Kuwait Told US They Will Join Naval Coalition, Official Says
French Naval Base in UAE to Host European-Led Gulf Maritime Monitoring Mission
Iran
Iran Protests: Amnesty Describes 'Ruthless' Killings of Unarmed Demonstrators
Iran Stages Pro-Govt Rallies After Days of Violent Unrest
Israel/Palestine
No Legal Grounds Forcing Netanyahu to Resign as PM, Attorney General Says
Arab League Formally Rejects US Policy Shift on Israeli Settlements
Israel Holds a US Scholar in Administrative Detention, as Colleagues Demand His Release
Israeli Military Says Rocket Launched From Gaza
Mossad Refused $1 Million Offer From Former Syria President's Son to Find Israeli Spy's Remains
Europe
Cypriot Leaders in Berlin After UN Push to Revive Peace Talks
3 Women Repatriated From Syria Face Terror Charges in Kosovo
German Minister, US Envoy Clash Over Huawei's Participation in Germany's 5G Network
Catalan Separatists Approve Talks With Socialists, Demand Negotiation
Americas
Colombia: Protesters Skeptical of Duque's Call for Dialogue
Prominent Nicaraguan Journalist Returns From Self-Exile
Peru Court Orders Release of Opposition Leader Keiko Fujimori From Pretrial Detention
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
9/16/2019
The FBI vs. Antiwar.com

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
11/26/2019
The Good, Bad Old Days: Bring Back Cold War Mideast Strategy

Dave DeCamp
11/21/2019
Russiagaters Pivot Focus to Russian State Media

Ted Snider
11/15/2019
Finally Got Him: The Bolivian Coup

Scott Horton
11/07/2019
The Rule of Law or CIA Coup?

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

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

David R. Henderson
6/19/2018
War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

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

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