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Updated November 28, 2019 - 9:50 PM EST
In Afghanistan, Trump Says Taliban Talks Back On
 
  Official Who Said Nuke Afghanistan Now Works on Arms Control
Iraq Forces Kill 28 Protesters as Consulate Burns
 
  Iran: Iraqi Govt Responsible for Failing to Protect Consulate
  Iraq's PM Fires New Commander After 22 Killed in Crackdown
US Moves Forward With Saudi Troop Mission
 
  Yemen's Houthis: 350 Saudi-Backed Fighters Killed or Wounded
Mexico President Tells Trump 'No Intervention' on Cartels
North Korea Test Fires Rockets After SK Fires on Ship
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item After Baghdadi's Death, Media Fails to Question Terror War  by Joshua Cho
item Dems Say They Want To End the Yemen War – but Might Fund It Anyway  by Sam Adler-Bell
item What Do Iraqi Protesters Want?  by Raed Jarrar
item US Is Again Complicit in an Illegal Coup, This Time in Bolivia  by Marjorie Cohn

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Global Death Toll of Landmines Rises Due to Mines Laid by Militants
Trump Bypasses Congress to Give $20B to Farmers Hurting From Trade War
The Army Wants Cyborg Implants in Soldiers by 2050
 
Hong Kong/China
China Furious After Trump Signs Hong Kong Legislation
Police Safety Teams Enter Hong Kong Campus, Vow No Arrests
Anger After Hong Kong Police Detain Medics Providing Protest Care
US' Hong Kong Democracy Act Slanders China to a Level Close to Madness, Foreign Minister Wang Yi Says
After Elections, Hong Kong's Lunchtime Protests Shrink
Hong Kong Police Receive 1,200 Complaints Over Handling of Anti-Government Protests
Chinese Navy Set to Build Fourth Aircraft Carrier, but Plans for a More Advanced Ship on Hold
Afghanistan
Eight Children Among 15 Civilians Killed by Mine in Afghanistan
After US Pressure, Afghanistan Frees Activists Who Exposed Sex Abuse
Detention of Afghan Activists Sparks Widespread Condemnation
Afghan Activists in Safe Place: Human Rights Group
Afghan Chief Executive Questions Election Commission's Neutrality
Iran Foreign Minister Meets Senior Taliban Official in Tehran
Asia
Anger Over India's Diplomat Calling for 'Israel Model' in Kashmir
Bangladesh Sentences Seven to Death for 2016 Cafe Attack
Pakistan's Top Court Ramps Up Pressure on Government to Explain Army Chief Extension
Russia
Russia Urges US to Extend Expiring Nuclear Pact
UK Warned It Would Be 'Outgunned' in Conflict With Russia
Kremlin Pays Tribute to Late Soviet Spy Who Changed History
US Rejects Proposal for Spy Swap of Ex-Marine Held in Russia
Russian Investigative Reporter Says He Was Attacked in Moscow
Europe
Cyprus to Tighten Controls on Crossings Across Ethnic Divide
NATO Gives Boeing $1 Billion Deal to Upgrade AWACS Reconnaissance Planes
Malta Ex-Chief of Staff Under Arrest, Faces Further Questions in Murder Probe
Libya
Libya Shuts Key Oil Field as Fighting Flares in OPEC State
Libya's Haftar to Press Tripoli Offensive as US Urges a Halt
Eastern Libyan Forces Regain Control of El Feel Oilfield
DR Congo
Suspected Islamists Kill 19 in Latest East DR Congo Attack
Protests Spread in East DR Congo as Fury Against UN Peacekeepers Rises
UN Investigating Whether DR Congo Peacekeeper Killed Protester in Beni
Egypt
Egypt Accused of Creating 'Parallel Justice System' to Crack Down on Sisi Critics
Egypt Sentences Top Militant Suspect Ashmawy to Death
Mali
As France Mourns 13 Soldiers, Top General Says Full Victory in Africa Impossible
France's Efforts to Combat Islamist Militants in Mali
Africa
Niger: German C-160 Tests New Runway at Niamey Air Base
Nigeria Frees Nearly 1,000 People Cleared of Extremist Links
UN: South Sudan Recruits New Force, Contrary to Peace Deal
Colombia
Thousands March in Colombia to Keep Pressure on Duque
US Stands by Colombia Govt During Protests, Pompeo Tells Duque
 
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Nine Killed; Protesters Burn Iran Consulate
Coalition Drives to Build Iraqi Kurdistan's Peshmerga Into a Self-Sustaining Force
Iran
Iran Says 200,000 Took to Streets in Anti-Government Protests
Iran Official Says Over 7,000 People Arrested in Anti-Government Protests, Hundreds of Buildings Torched
HRW Charges Iran 'Covering Up' Unrest Deaths
Iran Says Eight CIA 'Elements' Arrested in Connection With Protests
Iran Says Protesters Attacked Hundreds of Banks, Blaming US
Lebanon
Lebanon Petrol Stations to Begin Nationwide Strike Thursday: Union Statement
Gunfire Grips Beirut in Second Night of Violence
Amnesty Urges Lebanon Authorities to Protect Protesters Following Increasing Attacks
Protesters Cautious After Clashes With Sectarian Groups
Fears of Violence Grow as Lebanese Crisis Deepens
Lebanese Businessman Samir Khatib Says 'Ready to Form a Govt' Following Hariri Withdrawal
Turkey
Turkey Not Backing Down in NATO Defense Plans Dispute
Turkey Prosecutor Calls for Terror Conviction for Senior Amnesty Representative
Palestine/Israel
Hamas Cancels Friday's 'March of Return' on Gaza Border for Third Week
Most Americans Disagree With State Dept View That International Law Does Not Apply to Israeli Settlements
Palestinians Reel From Violent Harassment During Jewish Celebration in Hebron
Protests Hit West Bank After Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Dies in Israeli Detention 'Due to Medical Negligence'
Gaza Children Forced to Get Medical Treatment Alone
A Decade In, Palestinian Family Fights on Against East Jerusalem Eviction
Israel to No Longer Release Bodies of Palestinians: Defense Minister
Middle East
Assad: ISIS Members in Syrian Kurds Jails to Stand Local Trial
Dozens of Jordanians Jailed in Saudi Arabia Without Charge or Justice
Saudi Crown Prince Visits UAE Amid Push to End Yemen War
Officials: Airport Used by UAE as Prison in Yemen Reopened
UK Student Imprisoned in UAE Says British Government Refused to Help Clear His Name
Venezuela/Cuba
US Sanctions Second Cuban Firm Over Venezuelan Oil Deals
US Accuses Venezuela, Cuba of Exacerbating Regional Unrest
Venezuelan Oil Sector Recovery Will Take Years: US State Department Official
This Venezuelan Newspaper Editor Is Fighting to Keep Publishing – From Spain
Mexico
Trump Plan to Label Mexico Cartels as Terror Groups Defies Logic, Experts Say
The War at Home
Ex-Navy Secretary Slams Trump's 'Shocking and Unprecedented Intervention' in New Op-Ed
Former Green Beret Pardoned by Trump for Alleged Murder Wants His Distinguished Service Cross Back
Jeffrey Epstein's $350k in Donations to Council on Foreign Relations to Go to Fight Trafficking
ICE Arrests 90 More Foreign Students at Fake University Created by DHS in Michigan
 
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