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Turkish Ground Offensive Against Kurds in N. Iraq
  Iran Fires Artillery Against Iraqi Kurds in Support of Turkish Offensive
Caesar Act: How Will New Sanctions Hit Syria?
  Turkey Sends Troops Into N. Syria, Anticipating Kurdish Attacks
China Adopts Conciliatory Tone With India After Clash
  Chinese Reportedly Beat Indian Troops With Barbed Wired-Batons
Pentagon: Must Ensure Space Superiority for Future Wars
US Raids in Somalia in Early 2020 Killed 7 Civilians: HRW
Saudis Say No Civilians Killed in Yemen Airstrike
item Kim's Well-Timed 'Surprise' Portends Another Nuke Crisis  by Harry J. Kazianis
item US Engagement in Africa Should Be Led by Civilians, Not Military  by Elizabeth Shackelford
item Qualified Immunity Is How the Police State Stays in Power  by John W. Whitehead
item Who Really Infiltrates the Peaceful Protests?  by Ted Snider
item Execution of Disabled Palestinian Is a War Crime  by Maureen Clare Murphy
item America Once Tried to Get Rid of This Refugee Camp. Now Turkey Is Bombing It.  by Matthew Petti

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EU Wants Explanation After Lawmaker Reports Police Violence
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France Sentences Syrian Leader's Uncle to Four Years in Prison
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Turkish Military Official Denies French Claim That Warship Was Harassed
South Sudan Leaders Reach Key Deal on Control of States
Mali Protest Leader Urges Mass Anti-Government Rally
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The War at Home
Atlanta Police Officer Charged With Murder of Rayshard Brooks
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The Army Wants to Bring in 10,000 New Soldiers During a Three-Day Recruiting Spree
US Fighter Jets Intercept Russian Aircraft Off Alaska Coast for 2nd Time in Week
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Special Operations Marine Dies During Airborne Training at Fort Benning
China/Taiwan/Hong Kong
China Should 'Lay Down Its Cards' and Push for More Talks With US, Former Top Chinese Diplomat Says
Pompeo Meets Chinese Counterpart in Hawaii to Talk Trade, Hong Kong, Human Rights
Trump Signs Uygur Human Rights Bill Into US Law, Authorizing Sanctions Against Chinese Officials
Taiwan Appoints Tsai Ing-Wen Confidant as US Envoy
US Wants Undersea Data Cable to Skip Hong Kong Over Beijing Worries
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Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Sentenced to Four Years in Prison
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Pakistan Army Says Indian Fire Kills Four Civilians in Kashmir
Pakistan Rejects India Statement on 'Abducted' Diplomats
India's Defense Industry Is Set to Lose $3 Billion From Lockdown
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