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Biden Says Saudi Visit About Israel, Not Gas Prices
  Desperate for Oil, Biden Is Ripping Up His Plan to Ostracize Saudis
Biden's Israel Approach Bets on 'Short' Attention Span
  Washington Post Concludes That Israeli Soldier Killed Journalist
Turkey's Finland/Sweden Concerns Are Legitimate: NATO
  US Official Admits Russian Energy Sales Outpacing Pre-War Levels
  The US Is Still Importing Russian Oil Despite the Ban
Global Nuclear Arsenal To Grow First Time Since Cold War
Lawmakers From Iraq's Biggest Bloc Resign
Supreme Court May Take Territories Off the Map of the US
Syria Works to Repair Damaged Airport After Israel Attack
item Joe Biden Wants You to Die for
the Emirati Royal Family
 by Doug Bandow
item In the Eyes of Others, the US Is Not the Benign Power It Thinks It Is  by Dani Rodrik
item US Dithering on Iran Deal Re-Entry Causing Rift With Europeans  by Eldar Mamedov
item Challenging Hegemony in Latin America  by Ted Snider
item The Supreme Court May Take Territories Off the Map of the US  by Stephen Kinzer
item Shameful US Nuclear Legacy in the Marshall Islands  by Edward Hunt

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The World & Ukraine/Russia
Ukraine Grain Exports Via Poland, Romania Face Bottlenecks: Deputy Foreign Minister
Swedish, US Troops Drill on Remilitarized Baltic Sea Island
Canada Decries Official's Visit to Russian Embassy Event
Ukraine's EU Membership Decision by Next Week, Chief Says
French Experts Collect Evidence of Possible War Crimes in Ukraine's Chernihiv
UK Government Dismisses Anti-Islamophobia Adviser After Condemning 'Derogatory' Film
Britain to Defy EU by Scrapping Northern Ireland Trade Rules
Northern Irish Police Charge Prominent Loyalist Over Irish Foreign Minister Incident
US Soldier in Germany Has Military's First Monkeypox Case
Racist Vandalism Puts Palestinian Artists on Edge Ahead of Documenta 15 Exhibition in Germany
'Like It or Not', Britannia Still Rules Part of Cyprus
Spanish U-Turn on Western Sahara Upends Relations With Algeria
Estonia Opposition Party Opts to Start Coalition Talks
Germany Urges Bulgaria to Lift Veto on North Macedonia EU Entry Talks
Libya's Capital Sees Fresh Wave of Violence Following Coup Attempt
UN-Brokered Talks on Libya Elections Resume in Cairo
ISIS Militants Kill Two Tribal Fighters in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt Court Sentences Man to Death for Killing Coptic Priest
Gunmen Free 11 Passengers From Nigerian Train Attack
Nigerian President Vows 2023 Vote Will Be Free, Transparent
DR Congo
DR Congo Says Rwandan Forces Supported Latest Rebel Attacks in the East
Rwanda Says Two Soldiers Detained in DR Congo Have Been Released
Algerian Activist Convicted Over 'Regime Change' Post
Algeria Rejects 'Hasty' EU Comments After Spain Treaty Ends
Somalia Faces Devastating Famine Amid Ongoing Drought
At Least Six Killed in Burkina Faso Suspected Jihadist Attacks
Tunisian Journalist Arrested for Accusing Saied of Shut Down
Canadian Police Probe Possible Bomb Threat to Parliament
In Colombia's Saravena, There's No Theft, Just Murder
Argentina Grounds Iran-Linked Venezuelan Cargo Plane, Lawmakers Seek Probe
US Military
After Series of Crashes, US Navy to Pause Flight Operations for Safety Reviews
Three US Navy Commanders Relieved of Duty in the Past Week
Five Killed in California Marine Aircraft Crash Identified
With a 'Strategically Located' Unit in Alaska, the Army Extends Its Reach
Military Leader Warns of 'Pre-Serial Killer Tendencies' After Four Mutilated Cats Found at Nellis Air Force Base
Largest Palestinian Displacement in Decades Looms After Israeli Court Ruling
Islamist Leader Mansour Abbas Doesn't Rule Out Coalition With Far-Right, Kahanist Lawmakers in Knesset
One Year In, Israel's 'Salvation Government' Hangs by a Thread
Israeli Forces Fire Tear Gas at Palestinian Farmers Near Gaza
Palestinian Man Succumbs to Wounds Suffered in Israeli Raid
Palestinian President Hosts US Delegation in Ramallah
Palestinian Family Celebrate Daughter's Wedding on Rubble of Their Home in Silwan
Israel Furious as Norway Mandates Labeling of Products From Israeli Settlements
Explained: Renewed Israel-Lebanon Maritime Border Dispute
Iran Says Oil Sales Strong Despite Effect of Ukraine War
Iran's Oil Production Capacity Recovers to Pre-Sanction Levels Amid Global Energy Crisis: Minister
Iran's Parliament Speaker, Members Condemn IAEA's Anti-Tehran Resolution
Iran's Crime Rates Soar as Economy Continues to Falter
11 Killed in Syria Landmine Explosion
Syrian Kurds Say 'Disastrous' Water Cuts Caused by Turkey
Renowned Damascene Rose Strangled by US Sanctions on Syria
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Iraqi Kurdistan Parliamentary Elections to Be Delayed
Turkish Police Violently Break Up LGBT Pride March in Ankara
Turkey's 'Culture War': Anger Grows as String of Events Canceled
Turkey Sees 3rd Fuel Hike in a Week Amid Currency Depreciation
Biden Confirms Deployment of Troops in Yemen
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Middle East
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Dubai and UAE Should Be Blacklisted and Face Sanctions for Sheltering Oligarchs and 'Dirty Money', Activists Say
Chinese Defense Minister Says Ties With US at Critical Juncture
US Says China's Military Activity Around Taiwan Threatens Region

China Accuses US of Trying to 'Hijack' Support in Asia

Chinese Defense Minister Says Country's Nuclear Arsenal 'For Self-Defense'
New Zealand Says Pacific Islands Can Make Own Decisions on China Ties
Canada Accuses China of 'Very Concerning' Behavior in Aerial Spat
Don't Turn South Pacific Into US-China Geopolitical 'Boxing Ring', Beijing Says
China's Africa Affairs Chief to Visit Debt-Hit Zambia Days After Xi Jinping Call With President
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Minibus Bomb Attack Kills Four People in Kabul
Two Airport Workers Killed in Afghanistan Bus Ambush, Says Police Official
Afghan Girls Say Closed Schools Causing Mental Stress
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Kabul Residents Demand Security Forces Be Given Uniforms
UN Official in Kabul to Address Afghan Refugee Issues
Afghan Veterans, Govt Retirees Set Protest, Demand Pensions
UN Special Envoy Lyons Ends Her 3-Year Mission in Afghanistan
EU Diplomats Meet on Afghanistan in Brussels: Niklasson
Indian Police Charge 30 Soldiers Over Killing of Tribal People
Two Teens Killed in India Protests Against Prophet Remarks
Indian Officials Step Up Arrests, Demolish Houses to Stop Unrest Over Anti-Islam Remarks
North Korea Fires Multiple Artillery Shots, South Korea Says
South Korea Says It Will Boost Defense Capacity to Counter North Korean Threat
North Korea Slams Seoul's Part in Massive US-Led Rimpac Naval Exercise
'No Chance' Myanmar Polls Will Be Free and Fair: US Official
Myanmar Junta Can't Beat Rebels, Should Restore Democracy: US Diplomat
Sri Lanka PM Says He's Open to Russian Oil
Japan, China Agree to Boost Defense Dialogue: Japan DM
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