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Updated June 24, 2020 - 8:38 PM EDT
DoJ Unveils Major New Indictment of Assange
Kosovo President Thaci Indicted for War Crimes
N. Korea Suspends Military Plans Against South
  S. Korean Group Floats Leaflets Over North Border Despite Warnings
Israeli Airstrikes Hit Several Syrian Sites, 7 Killed
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Trump Aides Begin Discussing Annexation
  Gantz Signals Support for Unilateral Annexation
Experts Warn Tensions Risk US War With China
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