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Zelensky: Ukraine Is a 'De Facto' NATO Member
  Putin Approves Annexation of Ukraine Territories
  Ukraine Vows to 'Liberate' Territory Annexed by Moscow
Biden Approves Up to $16 Billion in Ukraine Aid
  US To Announce New Ukraine Aid Package Next Week: White House
  Restoring US Stockpile After Sending Ukraine Arms to Cost $1.5B
19 Killed as Iran Separatists Attack Zahedan
Gas-Hungry Germany Approves Arms Deal With Saudis
Army Officers Appear on Burkina Faso TV, Declare Coup
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item From Nabulsi to Shtayyeh: Which Side Is the PA On?  by Ramzy Baroud

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