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Jihadists Kill 40 Syrian Soldiers in Northwest
US Commander: Shi'ites Worse Than ISIS in Iraq
  Iraqi Sunni Leaders Fear US Pullout
  Trump: Iraq Happy With US Presence, Future Will Be 'On Our Terms'
Amid US Threats, Can Europe Take Back Iran Deal?
  Trump Downplays Troop Injuries in Iraq as 'Headaches'
US Airstrike Kills 15 Civilians in W. Afghanistan
  Trump Demands Taliban Curb Violence Before Meaningful Talks
CIA Torture Architect Says Program Went Too Far
Details of Deadly Jihadist Raid on US Forces in Kenya
Greenwald Speaks About Brazil's Charges Against Him
Israel's Major Blocs Push Plans to Annex Parts of W. Bank
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item Martin Indyk: An Important Neoliberal Defects  by Andrew Bacevich
item 'Iran's Proxies' Is Dishonest and Slanted Description of 'Iran's Allies'  by James North
item Trump's Katyusha Conundrum  by William Walter Kay
item Making Sense of Russia's New Cabinet  by Gilbert Doctorow
item We Are All Passengers on Tehran-Kiev Flight 752  by John V. Walsh

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Iran Tells Europe Not to Follow US by Undermining Nuclear Pact
US Bars Iranian Investors From Certain Types of Visas
Militia Ally of Iran's Soleimani Shot Dead in Southwest Iran
Iraq Daily Roundup: Two Killed; Protests Continue
US 'Likely' to Deploy Anti-Missile System to Protect Troops in Iraq
Saudi Arabia
Aramco IPO Proceeds to Fund Saudi Industry, Including Defense: Finance Minister
US Giving Saudi Arabia Cover for the Worst Human Rights Abuses in Decades, Watchdog Warns
UN Experts: Israeli Spyware Was Likely Used in Alleged Saudi Hack of Bezos Phone
15 Killed as Fighting Intensifies Near Yemen's Capital
Roadside Bomb Kills Two Civilians in Yemen's Hodeidah
Two Killed in Houthi Missile Attack on Yemen's Marib
52 Injured in Clashes Between Protesters, Security Forces in Lebanon's Capital
'They're Still Robbing Us': Angry Lebanese Reject New Government
Lebanon's New Cabinet Members, Including the Arab World's First-Ever Female Defense Chief
ICC Judges Dash Hopes for Swift Probe of Israeli War Crimes
Hamas Condemns Israeli Killing of Three Palestinian Teens
Israeli F-16 Fighter Jets Damaged in Flooding Will Take Months to Repair
Police Clash With Protesters in Renewal of Colombia Protesters
Colombia Asks US, EU to Include FARC Dissidents on Terrorist Lists
HRW: Colombia Must Allow Rebel Dissidents to Demobilize
Venezuela's Guaido Will Seek to Return to Caracas After European Tour
Pompeo Says US Not Seeking to Divide Caribbean Bloc Caricom
Peruvian Indigenous Group Wins Suit to Block Oil Exploration in Amazonian Region
Paraguay's President Contracts Dengue Fever Amid Outbreak
Mexico Says Border Clash With Migrants Was Isolated Case, Violence to Be Avoided
The War at Home
'Critical Moment' as Two Key Architects of CIA Torture Program Testify Under Oath in Gitmo
Lawmaker Wants Chinese News Outlet to Register as Foreign Agent
New US Law Requires Government to Report Risks of Overseas Activities by Ex-Spies
Pentagon Will Start Figuring Out AI for Lethality in 2021
Destruction of Deadly Chemical Agent Sarin Begins at Army Depot in Kentucky
China/Hong Kong
China Fails to Repatriate North Korea Workers Despite UN Sanctions: US Official
Hong Kong Leader Reveals She Is 'Facing a Lot of Pressure' to Rein in Journalists
Pakistani PM Imran Khan Calls for UN Action on India Dispute
President Trump to Visit Pakistan 'Soon': Qureshi
Army's 10th Mountain Division Headed to Afghanistan as US Talks Withdrawal
Myanmar Rebels Free Lawmaker Held Hostage for Two Months
South Korea Military to Discharge Country's First Known Transgender Soldier
UK: 'Prevent Strategy' Review Will Go Ahead Following Concerns by Rights Groups
Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou Elected Greece's First Female President
Egypt's Sisi Mulls Withdrawing Support From Libya's Haftar
Libya Suspends Operations at Recently Reopened Tripoli Airport After Rocket Fire
Sudan/South Sudan
UN Says at Least 19 Killed in Tribal Clashes in Abyei Region Along Sudan-South Sudan Border
Saudis Call for US To Remove Sudan From Terror Blacklist
DR Congo Civilians Killed Near Beni in Attack Blamed on ADF
Roadside Bomb Kills Two Mali Soldiers in Douentza
Burundi's President Set to Get Title of 'Paramount Leader'
Sahel: France to Further Strengthen Barkhane, Takuba 'Fully Operational by Autumn'
Burkina Faso to Recruit and Arm Volunteers to Protect Communities From Militants
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