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Taliban Says It Now Controls 85% of Afghanistan
  Erdogan: US and Turkey Agree on 'Scope' of Kabul Airport Mission
  Unlikely Coalition of Veterans Backs Biden on Ending Afghan War
  Poll: 73 Percent Support US Withdrawal From Afghanistan
Israeli Forces Fire on Palestinians; 100s Wounded
US Sending FBI, Homeland Security to Haiti
Iraqi Militias Defy Iran by Attacking US Forces
France to Pull 2,000 Troops Out of Africa's Sahel Region
US Sanctions 23 More Chinese Firms Over Xinjiang
Biden Tells Putin Russia Must Take 'Action' on Cyberattacks
New Turkish-Ukrainian Drone Can Launch Cruise Missile
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item Gaza Is Still Under Attack – but You Wouldn't Know It From the Media  by Amal Haddad

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Middle East
UN Approves Extension of Cross-Border Aid to Syria for 12 Months
Facebook Removes Social Media Disinformation Network 'Linked to Jordanian Military'
Saudi Official Released After Year-Long Detention Over Tweet
Turkey's Roketsan Develops Missile to Replace Raytheon Weapon
Ethiopia Says All Aid Flights to Tigray Must Be Searched
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French, US Special Forces Agree to Beef Up Partnership in Africa
France to Start Closing Military Bases in Mali by Year-End: Macron
Libya Detention Center Blast Exposes Dangerous Conditions for Refugees
DR Congo Bill to Limit Presidential Eligibility Prompts Backlash
Egypt and Turkey Resume Rapprochement Talks
Facebook Shuts Down Pro-Bashir Accounts Pushing for Coup in Sudan
Moroccan Court Sentences Striking Dissident Journalist to Five Years in Jail
Ukraine to Sanction Top Belarus Officials, Lukashenko's Son
France Test Fires Anti-Drone Laser
The War at Home
Justice Dept Pressed to Stop Defending Guantanamo Detention
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Shipbuilder Warns of Layoffs if US Doesn't Buy More Destroyers
Marines To Let Fully Vaccinated Marines Stop Wearing Masks
Biden Announces Ambassador Picks for France, India, Chile, Bangladesh
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Taliban Says It Will Not Attack Provincial Centers
Pentagon Spokesperson Concedes 'Deteriorating Security Situation' in Afghanistan
Pentagon Says Taliban Taking Afghanistan Is 'Not Inevitable,' US Will Help Financially
Officials Say Taliban Attack Near Kandahar City 'Repelled'
AP Interview: Afghan Warlord Slams Govt, Quick US Goodbye
Iran Army Says Monitoring 'Slightest' Activity at Afghan Borders
Two Border Towns in Western Afghanistan Fall to Taliban
Ismail Khan Mobilizes Hundreds in Herat To 'Crush' Taliban
China Conducts Military Drills Off East Coast in Yellow Sea
Chinese VP Wang Says China, US Should Handle Friction Via Dialogue
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Vietnam Jails High-Profile Journalist; Latest in String of Arrests
Kyrgyz Border Guard Killed in Shootout With Tajik Forces
Kyrgyzstan Moves to Nationalize Gold Mine Run by Canadian Company
Two Indian Soldiers Among Several Killed in Kashmir Gunbattles
Poland Could Purchase M1 Abrams Tanks From US
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