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Updated September 21, 2020 - 8:27 PM EDT
Afghanistan: 100 Killed in Deadly Clashes
  Afghan Airstrikes Kill 24 Civilians
  Seven Afghan Soldiers Killed in Insider Attack
  Legal, Religious Efforts Remain Stumbling Blocks at Afghan Talks
US Sends Mechanized Troops Back Into Syria
  Russian Warplanes Strike Syria's Rebel-Held Idlib
US 'Reinstates' UN Sanctions on Iran – World Disagrees
  Iranian Currency Hits Record Low After Trump Announces Santions
ByteDance Disputes Trump on $5B for Patriotic Education
  Trump Backs Off TikTok Ban, Judge Blocks WeChat Ban
Russian FM: Chances of Renewing New START 'Minimal'
Yemenis Protest UAE Normalization With Israel on Socotra
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item An Old NATO Nightmare Returns: Possible War Between Greece and Turkey  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item Lebanon Slides Toward the Sectarian Brink Again  by Doug Bandow
item Stephen F. Cohen: In Memoriam  by Gilbert Doctorow
item Reckoning the Full Costs of Endless War  by Daniel Larison

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