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Updated October 5, 2020 - 8:17 PM EDT
Bill Would Give Israel Veto Over US Arms Sales
Iraq PM: 2,500 US Troops Withdrawn From Iraq
Azeris Say Armenia Hits Outside Conflict Zone
  Fighting Escalates as Karabakh Envoy Declares 'Existential Fight'
  Azerbaijan Says Fighting Won't End Until Armenia Agrees Withdrawal
  UK Monitor: 64 Turkey-Backed Syrian Rebel Fighters Dead in Karabakh
Dozens Killed in Central Yemen Fighting
  Sudan Sending Hundreds of Troops to Yemen
Third Iranian Fuel Tanker Arrives in Venezuela's Waters
UN Chief: World Living in 'Shadow of Nuclear Catastrophe'
item Why America Should Bring Home Its Nuclear Weapons  by Zack Brown
item While Turkey Encourages Karabakh Violence, Iran Fears Domestic Strife  by Nima Khorrami
item US Army Whistleblower Revealed 'The Apparatus of a Police State'  by Sarah Cords
item Is America Fit to 'Lead' the World?  by Doug Bandow
item State Sanctioned Secrecy: NSA's Criminality Shield  by Patrick Eddington
item The Navy's Plan for 530 Ships
Is All Washed Up
 by Brandon Valeriano & Eric Gomez

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Woodrow Wilson Downplayed 1918 Pandemic. Then, He Got Violently Sick.
FBI Seized Legally Privileged Materials From Assange After Arrest in Embassy
Biden Vows to 'Reassess' Ties With Saudi Arabia
US Welcomes Transitional Government in Mali
Tel Aviv Protesters Disperse After Facing Off With Cops; Over 20 Arrested
Thousands Defy Lockdown as They Call for Netanyahu to Resign
Defending Cops' Handling of Protests, Acting Israeli Police Chief Vows to Keep Enforcing
Violent Clashes Erupt Between Cops, Ultra-Orthodox in Bnei Brak, Jerusalem
After Criticism, IDF Pulls Troops From Assisting Police With Lockdown
Suspect Arrested in Ramming of Volunteer Police Officer in Northern Israel
Four Palestinians Shot, Injured by Israeli Forces in Kufur Qaddoum
Palestinian Held Without Charges Continues Hunger Strike for 70th Day
Israeli Cop Hurls Bucket at Boy, TV Crew Attacked by Haredi Rioters Amid Virus Crackdown
Israel's Newest Spy Satellite Declared Operational
Israel Defense Minister Says Turkey Opposed to Regional Peace
Israeli Navy Prepares for Arrival of New Upgraded Warships
Saudi Arabia
Human Rights Watch Launches Campaign to Counter Saudi 'Image Laundering' Amid Continued Rights Violations
Pregnant Ethiopians Languish in 'Hellish' Saudi Detention Centers: Amnesty International
Saudi Business Leader Calls for Boycott of Goods From 'Hostile' Turkey
Saudi Arabia Allows Limited Number of Pilgrims to Perform Umrah
Three Civilians Wounded in Saudi Bombing of Yemen's Hodeidah
Suspected al-Qaeda Gunmen Kill Police Officer in Southern Yemen
Iraq Daily Roundup: Six Militants Killed
Closure of US Embassy in Baghdad Would Bring Iraq's 'Economic Collapse': PM Kadhimi
Iraqi Leader Seeks Answers in Man's Killing
ISIS Suicide Attack in Syria Kills 17 Government Troops
Erdogan Threatens New Syria Military Operation to 'Cleanse Border of Terrorists'
Turkish Forces Shell Syrian Troops in Idlib
Three Killed, Seven Wounded in Car Bomb in Northern Syria
Russian Ambassador Says 'No Problem' Selling S-400 to Iran When Arms Ban Expires
Iranian-French Academic Fariba Adelkhah Temporarily Freed
US Defense Chief in Kuwait After Death of Emir
Kuwait's New Emir Meets With Saudi, Iranian Representatives
Middle East
Lebanon-Israel Talks Unlikely to Yield 'Historic' US Policy Win
Jordan's King Abdullah Accepts Prime Minister's Resignation
'We Need Israel' Says Sudan's Top General as Normalization Rumors Abound
Sudan's Government, Rebel Groups Sign Landmark Deal
Port Sudan Container Terminal Blocked in Peace Deal Protest
Egypt's Al-Azhar Hits Back at Macron's 'Racist' Remarks on Islam
Egyptian Journalist Forcibly Disappeared While Covering Luxor Unrest
Clashes in Egypt's Luxor After Police Kill Man for Defending His Father
Report: Russian Plane Brings More Syrian Fighters to Libya's Sirte Despite Ceasefire
Erdogan Says Turkey Aims to Boost Ties With Libya's GNA
Nigeria Special Police Unit Reined in After Abuse Allegations
Mali Releases 180 Jihadists in Likely Prisoner Exchange
Angolans Protest Against Alleged State Corruption

Belgium Detains Rwanda Genocide Suspects

The War at Home
Columbia Students Voted Overwhelmingly to Divest From Israel, and President Responds Dismissively
Top House Lawmakers Launch Investigation Into Pentagon Redirecting Covid-19 Funds
Family of Missing Fort Bliss Soldier Expands Search Into Mexico
Senators Promised a 'New Command Climate' at Fort Hood in 90 Days
Army Inks $1.2 Billion Deal to Equip Strykers With Short-Range Air Defense Weapons
Paratroopers Fire 20 Tow Missiles in Return to Large-Scale Ground Combat Training
Fighting Goes on as Azerbaijan, Armenia Reject Ceasefire
Nagorno-Karabakh Says 18 of Its Civilians Killed in Week of Fighting
Nagorno-Karabakh Says 51 More Servicemen Killed in Fighting With Azerbaijan
In Nagorno-Karabakh, New Risks in an Old Ethnic Conflict
Karabakh Cathedral Repurposed as Bomb Shelter
Global Reaction to NK Fight
Armenia's Leader Makes Plea to US as Conflict Rages With Azerbaijan
Iran Warns Armenia, Azerbaijan Against Border Intrusions
Syrian Rebels Sign Up to Fight for Azeris to Feed Families
Georgia Prohibits Transit of Military Cargo Amid Armenia, Azerbaijani Conflict
Turkey's Presence in NATO Must Be Questioned: Francois Hollande Attends Pro-Armenian Rally
'Pakistan Army Not Fighting Alongside Azerbaijani Troops Against Armenia'
Russia, US to Hold Talks on Strategic Stability on Oct. 5: Tass
Russia Says Germany Denied Russian Diplomats Access to Navalny
Tens of Thousands March to Support Belarus Political Prisoners
Belarus Police Use Water Cannon to Disperse Mass Anti-Lukashenko Rally
Thousands Protest Anti-Coronavirus Restrictions in Germany Over Weekend
Whale Herding: Brits Try to Guide Whales Back to Sea Ahead of Giant Military Training Event
Afghans Remain Concerned Over Delay in Direct Talks
US Special Rep.: Pakistan Convinced Taliban to Hold Talks
Four Civilians Killed in Taliban Attack in Afghanistan
Five Killed in Spate of Security Incidents in Kabul
Afghan President Ghani: Taliban Should Provide Plans, Not Slogans
Deadly Car Bomb Targets Govt Building in Nangarhar
4,000 Afghan Prisoners Launch Hunger Strike
Critics Seek End to 'Caretaking Trend' in Afghan Govt Institutions
India Police Officers Suspended Over Gang Rape Investigation
India's Federal Police to Probe Alleged Gang Rape of Woman Who Died of Injuries
Police Exhume Bodies of Three Kashmir Men Killed by Indian Army
Canadian Warship Sails Near Taiwan Amid Heightened China Tensions
New Caledonia Rejects Independence, Will Stay Part of France
Two Terrorists Killed, One Arrested in Pakistan
Kyrgyzstan Goes to Polls Amid Vote-Buying Allegations
Guatemala Buses US-Bound Migrant Caravan Back to Honduran Border
Mexico Deploys Military to Block Migrant Caravan Arriving From Honduras
Thousands Flock to Mexico City Protest Against President Lopez Obrador
Colombia's FARC Admits to Killing Ex-Presidential Candidate
Nicaragua Introduces Legislation to Clamp Down on Foreign, National Media
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