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Iran's Friendly Fire Missile Strike Kills 19 Sailors
Venezuela Exposed US 'Mercs' Plan Weeks Earlier
  Guaido Advisers Quit Following Bungled Venezuela Raid
  US Wants Release of Vets Who Led Failed Invasion of Venezuela
  Vet Pitched Coup to Colorado Investors, Claiming Trump Ties
Afghan Officials Say Taliban Aligning With Qaeda
  Retired Afghan General Joins Taliban as Concerns Rise Over Defections
Yemeni Govt, Separatists Fight in Zinjibar, 10 Die
  WHO Orders Staff Out of Houthi-Held Areas of Yemen
  Coronavirus in Yemen: Aden Declared 'Infested' City as Toll Rises
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item US Wants Release of Two Vets Who Led Failed Coup Invasion of Venezuela  by Dave Lindorff
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item Why Keep on Confronting?  by Brian Cloughley

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