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Senate Panel OKs Major Change in Taiwan Policy
  Taiwan Hosts Foreign Lawmakers in DC to Lobby for China Sanctions
Ukraine Drafts Plans for West Security Guarantees
  Senators Seek Replenishment of US Weapons Sent to Ukraine
  Turkey Calls on Next Swedish Govt to Take Steps to Fulfill NATO Deal
US Releases Stolen Afghan Reserves, With a Catch
Armenia Warns Azerbaijan Clashes May Escalate Into War
New US Sanctions on Iran Over Alleged Cyber Activities
Israeli Attack Halted Syria Aid Flights for Two Weeks
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