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Updated July 12, 2021 - 9:32 PM EDT
US Makes Plans To Keep Afghanistan War Going
  Taliban Opposes Turkey Running Kabul Airport Security
  Poll: 73 Percent Support US Withdrawal From Afghanistan
Pentagon Considering Sending Troops to Haiti
  US Sending FBI, Homeland Security to Haiti in Wake of Assassination
Black Sea Drills: US, 31 Partners Back Ukraine
  Germany Provides NATO Ally Turkey With First of Six Submarines
  Turkey, Azerbaijan, Pakistan to Hold Joint Military Exercise
  Report: US to Sell 250 Abrams Battle Tanks to Poland
Biden Wants Israel to Cease Palestinian Home Demolition
US Alarmed as Saudi Lawsuits Threaten to Expose Secrets
States Fight To Keep the National Guard Out of War
item The Tragedy of Haiti: Washington Should Keep Its Troops at Home  by Doug Bandow
item What Would These Two Gulf of Tonkin Dissenters Say About Congress Today?  by Daniel Larison
item Yemen War: Britain Cannot Be Both Arms Dealer and Peacemaker  by Peter Oborne
item Blaming Russia for MH17 Shoot-Down: A Bum Rap?  by Ray McGovern
item Assange Extradition Case: DOJ Promises Ring Hollow  by John Kiriakou
item Iraq and Afghan Wars: Requiem for America's Ineffectual War State  by Ronald Enzweiler

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Israel/Palestine & the World
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Israeli President Herzog Speaks With Jordan's King as Nations Work to Mend Relations
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Oman Will Not Normalize Ties With Israel Until 'Two-State Solution' Reached
UN Official, Michael Lynk, Decries 'War Crimes' in Occupied Palestine
Situation in Gaza Serious Due to Tightening Israeli Blockade: UN Official
UAE to Open Israel Embassy in Tel Aviv on Wednesday
Iran Anger at US, European Support for Opposition Group
Iran Transport Ministry Hit by Second Apparent Cyberattack in Days
Amid Mysterious Explosions, Iranian Ex-MP Claims Mossad Behind All Attacks
Iraq Daily Roundup: Two Killed
After Years as a Battleground, Investment Boom Lifts Iraqi City
Mosul Residents Oppose UAE-Funded Plan to Rebuild Historic Iraqi Mosque
Missing Journalist Appears With Signs of Torture, Taken to Hospital in Baghdad
Syria Kurds Slam UN Aid Crossing Vote as 'Unfair'
No Injuries, Damage in Attack Against US Forces in Syria: Defense Official
Syrian Government Announces Steep Rise in Bread, Diesel Prices
Middle East
Saudi Arabia: New Evidence of Torture of Female Political Prisoners
Unknown Gunmen Kill Two Yemeni Policemen: Govt Official
In Jordan Sedition Trial, US Defendant Alleges Torture
Qatar Sets Up Supervisory Body for First Legislative Elections
Oman's New Sultan Visits Saudi Arabia in First Foreign Trip
Kyiv Hopes for More as Zelenskyy Meets Merkel
Moldova's Sandu Declares Pro-Europe Party's Victory, Vows to End 'Rule of Thieves'
Bulgaria: Center-Right and Populist Parties Neck-And-Neck in Election Exit Polls
US Monitoring Flow of Migrants From Belarus to Lithuania
Georgia: Journalist Beaten in Protest Attack Dies After Discharged From Hospital
Police Say Suspect in Killing of Haiti's Moise Planned to Assume Presidency
Who Killed Haiti's President? Plot Thickens as Moise's Guards Come Under Scrutiny
Leaked Testimony From Haiti Suspects Says Plan Was to Arrest, Not Kill President
Florida-Based Doctor Arrested in Haiti President's Assassination
Haiti's Power Vacuum Escalates Kingmakers' Battle for Control
Haiti Senators Nominate Joseph Lambert as President
Murder Mystery: What Were Colombian Military Vets Doing in Haiti?
Colombian Ex-Soldier Killed in Haiti Was Hired Bodyguard, Sister Says
Gang Boss Wades Into Haiti Turmoil, Sees Conspiracy Behind President's Killing
Gangs Complicate Haiti Effort to Recover From Assassination
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Son of Chile Indigenous Leader Killed in Restive Province
Afghan Peace Negotiators in Doha Held Talks on Five Key Issues
Two People, Including Pilot, Killed in Separate Incidents in Kabul
Two Districts Fall as Battles Continue Near 10 Afghan Cities
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Four Civilians Killed in Kabul, Kandahar Explosions
Taliban Attack on Ghazni City Pushed Back: Police
Afghan Forces Retake Two Districts in North
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Ghani Sees Taliban Responsible for Ongoing Violence
Afghanistan & Neighbors
Taliban Have Changed and So Has Pakistan's Policy: Interior Minister
Pakistan Does Not Have Capacity to Accommodate More Afghan Refugees: FM
Pakistan Is Only a Facilitator and Not Guarantor of Afghan Peace Process: Director General
Indian Govt: Consulate in Kandahar Not Closed
Iran Says It Repatriated Afghan Border Guards Back to Kabul
US Must Accept Its Hegemony Is Waning, Says Chinese Foreign Vice-Minister Le Yucheng
China Implores US Firms to Invest More in Northeast Rust-Belt Region Near Russia, North Korea
China Says It Will Retaliate After US Blacklists Companies
Chinese Students Prepare to Sue After Trump Law Blocks Path to US Universities
In Sri Lanka, the Government Looks Increasingly Like a Family Firm
Turkmenistan President's Son Promoted to Key Government Job
Leaders of North Korea, China Vow to Strengthen Ties
US, Australian, South Korean, and Japanese Navies Train in Exercise Pacific Vanguard 2021
Ethiopia's Ruling Prosperity Party Declared Landslide Winner of June Vote
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Four Killed in Explosion, Armed Attack in Sudan Port City
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