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Updated February 18, 2021 - 8:39 PM EST
NATO Increasing Troops in Iraq From 500 to 4,000
Biden Continues US Sanctions War Around World
  25 Prominent Nonprofits Urge Congress To Pull War Powers
No Decision Made on NATO Afghan Withdrawal
  German DM Warns Against Afghan Withdrawl
  Taliban To Launch Offensive Against US if Biden Stays in Afghanistan
Khamenei Wants 'Action' From Biden on Deal
  US Wants Iran to 'Refrain' From Limiting IAEA Inspections
Fighting Rages as Houthis Claim Gains in North Yemen
  As Biden Improves Yemen Policy, Activists Must Push Him Further
Russia Intercepts French Warplanes Over Black Sea
Biden Admin. OKs $197 Million Missile Sale to Egypt
US Warship Sails Near Chinese-Claimed Spratly Islands
New Docs Shed Light on 1983 Nuke Scare With Soviets
item Washington's Foreign 'Democratic' Clients Become an Embarrassment Again  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item SecDef Austin's Safety Stand Down  by Jeff Groom
item Democrats Are as Dangerous as Republicans to a Just Peace in Palestine  by Ramzy Baroud
item Dismantling 'Sanctions Wall' Myth  by Shervin Ghaffari
item Biden Shields Israel as JNF Plans More Settlements  by Tamara Nassar
item As Biden Improves Yemen Policy, Activists Must Push Him Further  by Connor Freeman

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Three Iranian Intelligence Agents Die in Operation in Southeast, State TV Says
Middle East
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Kuwait Emir Suspends Parliament Sessions for a Month
US Court Dismisses Case Against Turkey's Halkbank by Victims of Attacks
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