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Iran FM: US Must Unfreeze $10 Billion for Talks
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Two Koreas Restore Hotline Despite North's Missile Tests
Separatist Clash With Islamists in South Yemen, 10 Killed
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item Five More Afghan Strikes the US Should Apologize For  by Adam Gnych & Jessica Purkiss
item How the MSM Covered for the Generals on Afghan War Testimony  by Ronald Enzweiler
item NYT Gives Russia-Gate CPR – WSJ Pronounces It Dead  by Ray McGovern

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Morocco/Algeria/W. Sahara
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Algeria-Morocco Standoff Threatens Spain Gas Supplies
Algeria Recalls Envoy to France After 'Inadmissible Interference'
Morocco and Israel to Sign Kamikaze Drone Deal
Sudan Running Out of Essential Medicine, Fuel, and Wheat Due to Port Blockade
Sudan Factions Form New Alliance as Splits Deepen
Sudan: US Presses Leaders to Make 'Swift Progress' Toward Civilian Rule
Ethiopia Detains Former Official From Tigray Interim Government
Ethiopia's Oromo Protest, Demand Freedom for Jailed Leaders
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Tunisia Arrests MP and TV Host Over Comments Against President: Lawyer
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Wounding of Palestinian Child Is on You, Left Tells Gantz, Bar Lev
Israeli Court Rejects Appeal to Release Hunger-Striking Prisoner
Israeli Soldiers Shoot a Child in Kufur Qaddoum
Abbas Receives Israeli Delegation in Ramallah
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Scores of Activists March South of Hebron Demanding Water Rights
Jewish Settlers Destroy Scores of Olive Trees Near Nablus
UN Agency for Palestinian Refugees Faces 'Existential' Budget Crisis
Government Move to Enlist Shin Bet To Fight Rising Crime Splits Arab Israelis
Iraq Daily Roundup: Two Killed
UN to Deploy Election Observers to Iraq
Third Iranian Fuel Tanker Nears Suez Canal En Route to Lebanon
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Two Workers Killed by PKK Explosives in Eastern Turkey, Says Turkey's Interior Ministry
Turkey Sentences Deceased Kurdish Politician to Eight Years in Prison
Turkey to Open 1,000 Markets to Counter High Inflation, Erdogan Says
Seven Yemeni Illegal Migrants Killed in Crossfire Near Saudi Border
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Voting Ends in First Qatar Legislative Elections
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750 Bases in 80 Countries Is Too Many for Any Nation: Time for the US To Bring Its Troops Home

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NYT Gives Russia-Gate CPR – WSJ Pronounces It Dead

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Ramzy Baroud
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Daniel Larison
Remembering the Crime of War

Ted Galen Carpenter
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Scott Horton
Peter Bergen is Mistaken About Bin Laden's Strategy

Sheldon Richman
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David R. Henderson
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Rick Rozoff
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Dave DeCamp
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