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FBI Russiagate Agent Always Doubted Collusion
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US Using Secret Drone Missiles in NW Syria
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Taiwan Tests Missiles as Tensions Soar
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Pentagon May Increase Navy Fleet to 500 Ships
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Israelis Appeal Against Training of India Police Accused of Kashmir Abuses
Indian Farmers Block Roads, Railways Over Farm Bills
Indian Govt 'Sponsors Islamophobia', Pakistan PM Tells UN
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Pompeo to Show Support for Greece Amid Turkey Tensions
'Give Diplomacy a Chance': Greece PM Invites Turkey for Talks
Refugees Accuse Greece of Pushing Them Back Out to Sea
Two Wounded in Knife Attack Near Former Charlie Hebdo Office in Paris
British Police May Deploy Israeli Drone Used to Kill Palestinians
Italy Eyes Path Into US Army's Next-Gen Helo Program, Thanks to EU Pandemic-Relief Fund
Czech Republic Seeks to Purchase Israeli Air Defense System
Military Plane Crashes in Ukraine, Killing 25: Emergency Service
Kosovo Veterans Leader Arrested on Witness Intimidation Charges
El Salvador
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Abbas: Normalization 'Violation of Just and Lasting' Peace
Israeli Forces Injure Palestinian Protesters, Including Journalist, in Kafr Qaddum
Hamas Charges Three Gaza Activists for Pro-Peace Video Call With Israelis
Israel Turns to Army as Pandemic Clampdown Intensifies
Army Injures Several Palestinians in Hebron
Jordan, Germany, France, Egypt Stress on Two-State Solution as Key to Achieve Peace
Israel, Lebanon Agree to Hold Maritime Border Negotiations
Palestinian Power Games: Speculation and Accusations Swirl Around Former Fatah Leader
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Asks UN for International Mideast Conference Next Year Following Israeli Normalization
US-Seized Iranian Fuel Cargoes Stuck in Legal Limbo
Iran Official Dismisses US Sanctions Against Judges, Courts
Two Injured in Training Plane Crash in Northern Iran
Iraq Daily Roundup: Three Killed in Attacks
Iraq Reveals Plans to Build Nuclear Reactors for Research Purpose
Kurdish Arrest of Journalist Accused of 'Defaming' Iraqi President Sparks Outrage
Syria War Losses Exceed $442 Billion
Tensions Between Turkey and Russia Rise in Idlib Following Failed Talks
Turkey's Military Deterrence Breaks Down in Syria's Last Rebel Stronghold
Turkish Army Accused of Throwing Kurdish Farmers From Helicopter
Turkey Orders Dozens of Arrests Including Opposition Mayor
Lebanese Government Offers Compensation to Victims of Beirut Blast Nearly Two Months On
Israel Becomes New Obstacle for Sudan in Quest to Leave US Terrorism List
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