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Updated December 30, 2019 - 8:30 PM EST
US Carries Out 'Precision Strikes' in Iraq, Syria
 
  Rockets Strike Iraqi Base With US Troops Hours After US Airstrikes
  WikiLeaks Releases Even More OPCW Douma Documents
  Assad Plans to Sue US Over Stealing Syrian Oil
US Threatens Action if North Korea Tests Missiles
 
  Pentagon's Haphazard North Korea Ops Spun as Deterrence
Missiles Kill 10 at South Yemen Separatist Parade
 
  Houthis Say They Have Potential Targets in Saudi Arabia, UAE
Taliban Sends Mixed Signals on Ceasefire Plans
US Strikes Target Al-Shabaab After Mogadishu Bombing
Erdogan: Turkey to Speed Deployment of Troops to Libya
Ukraine Govt, Separatists Exchange 200 Prisoners
Viewpoints
item WikiLeaks Releases Even More OPCW Douma Documents  by Dave DeCamp
item 'Afghanistan Papers' Confirm Critics' Worst Fears  by Steven Greenhut
item It Doesn't Have to Be This Way  by Scott Horton
item 'The Guy Is Freaking Evil'  by Kelley Beaucar Vlahos

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Frontline
UAE's Nuclear Program Could Lead to Nuclear Arms Race, Disaster, Expert Says
How Giuliani Got Involved in Back-Channel Talks With Maduro
5 Hurt by Machete-Wielding Man at NYC Synagogue
Survivors Tell of France's 'Dirty War' in Cameroon Independence
 
Saudi Arabia
Two Men Shot Dead in Eastern Saudi City Were Driving Car Bomb, Spa Says
Saudi Arabia Arrests Hundreds of People for 'Immodesty' and Harassment
Riyadh Signs Deal With Raytheon Saudi Arabia to Localize Patriot Maintenance
Iran

Iran Says It's Working With Russia, China for 'Full Security of Shipping Lines'

Iran Blasts France for 'Interference' Over Jailed Academic
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: 84 Killed; US Conducts Strikes Against Militia
Iraqi Group Says 490 Protesters Killed Since October
Iraq Beefs Up Security Around Air Base in Country's West
56 Abducted Protesters, Activists Still Missing in Iraq: Human Rights Commission
Iraq's Southern Nasiriya Refinery Said to Shut Over Protests
Syria
Iran Opposes Creating Buffer Zone in Syria
Turkey Will Not Pull Out of Idlib Observation Posts in Syria, Akar Says
Turkey
Protesters in Turkey Denounce Russia Over Idlib Assault
Erdogan to Seek Parliament's Approval to Send Turkish Troops to Libya
Israel/Palestine
Security Cabinet Said Set to Review Proposed Long-Term Truce With Hamas in Gaza
Israel Trims Funds to Palestinians Over Militant Casualties
Netanyahu Calls Bid for Legal Immunity 'A Cornerstone of Democracy'
Middle East
Yemeni General Vows to Seize Sanaa From Houthis
UAE Denies Developing Popular Middle East App as Spy Tool
Iran-Backed Kataib Hezbollah Has Long Targeted US Forces
Russia
Putin Thanks Trump for Tip Helping Thwart 'Acts of Terrorism' in Russia
UN Backs Russia on Internet Convention, Alarming Rights Advocates
Britain
UK Arrests Man Who Sent £150 to Son Fighting With Kurds in Syria
Britain: 11 Rifles and Thousands of Bullets Lost or Stolen From Army, MoD Admits Amid Fears They Could Be in Hands of Criminals
Europe
Dutch Anti-Islam Lawmaker Revives Plan for Mohammad Cartoon Contest
Greece 'Wants a Say' in Libya Peace Process: PM
South Ossetia Releases Imprisoned Georgian Doctor
US Military
Chinese Man Charged With Photographing Navy Base in Florida
Navy Proposes Construction Cutbacks, Ship Retirements, Curtailing Fleet Goal
 
Hong Kong
More Than 1,000 Gather for Rain-Soaked Hong Kong Rally
Advisers to Hong Kong's Leader Considered Collective Resignation Over Ongoing Protests
Hong Kong's Top Officials Promise Raft of Economic Measures in New Year
China
ASEAN Members Up the Ante on South China Sea Amid Code of Conduct Talks
Beijing Urges UN Commission Not to Consider Malaysian Claim in South China Sea
Koreas
US Denies Seeking 20% Troop Funding Boost From South Korea
North Korea's Kim Stressed 'Positive and Offensive Security Measures' at Key Party Meeting
Afghanistan
Taliban Attack on Afghanistan Army Base Kills 10 Soldiers
Pakistani Taliban's Key Leader Killed in Afghanistan
India
Indian Police Officer Tells Citizenship Law Protesters to 'Go to Pakistan' as Death Toll Rises
Hardline Leader in Indian State Defends 'Strict' Action to Quell Protests
Modi Says Citizenship Law Not Anti-Muslim as Protests Continue Across India
Tourists Stay Away From Taj Mahal, Other Indian Attractions as Protests Flare
Pakistan
PM Imran Wants Expats in US to Lobby for Pakistan Amid Fears of India's False Flag Operation
In Pakistan, Polio Makes a Comeback Amid Vaccine Boycotts
Libya
Parliament Head in East Libya: Turkey Troops Offer 'Unacceptable'
Refugees Fear for Lives Amid Fighting in Western Libya
Sudan
Sudan and Rebels Agree Plan to End Darfur Conflict
Sudan to Postpone Lifting of Fuel Subsidies: Minister
Africa
ISIS Says It Carried Out Deadly Attack on Burkina Faso Soldiers in Hallele
Turkish Military Plane Arrives to Evacuate Somalia Bomb Victims
UN, ECOWAS Urge Liberia to Call Off Anti-Govt Protest
Moroccans Rally in Support of Journalist Detained Over Tweet
Algeria's President Appoints Academic, Former Diplomat as New PM
Mexico/Bolivia

Mexico Says Spanish Diplomats' Cars Blocked by Bolivia at La Paz Embassy

Bolivia Is Not a Mexican Colony: Acting Foreign Minister Longaric
Spain to Probe Mexico Embassy Incident That Outraged Bolivia
Bolivia Boots Spanish Diplomats Who Visited Mexican Mission
Americas
Venezuela Asks Brazil to Turn Over 'Deserters' Suspected of Raid
Violent Clashes in New Round of Chile Protests
As Guatemala Pursues War Criminals, Some Suspects Are Living Quiet Lives in the US
 
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Justin Raimondo
9/16/2019
The FBI vs. Antiwar.com

Dave DeCamp
12/30/2019
WikiLeaks Releases Even More OPCW Douma Documents

Scott Horton
12/30/2019
It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way

David R. Henderson
12/25/2019
Silent Night

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
12/24/2019
Christmas: Time for a Truce

Sheldon Richman
12/13/2019
But Mr. Trump, Is Israel Lovable?

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

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

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

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