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US Tells Nations Not To Work With Assad on Quake
  State Dept Refers Reporter to Israel When Pressed on Secret Nukes
Afghan IG: US Likely to Repeat Mistakes in Ukraine
  Pentagon Admits Russia Captured American Weapons in Ukraine
NATO Chief Reaffirms: Ukraine Will Eventually Join
  Zelensky Says Situation in Bakhmut 'Getting More and More Difficult'
Moscow Blames Ukraine for Drone Attacks Inside Russia
  Belarusian Opposition Claims Attack on Russian Plane Near Minsk
Democrat Rep. Doesn't Care Taiwan Trip Angered China
Major Antiwar Protests Held in Germany, France, and Italy
IAEA: Some 83.7% Enriched Uranium Particles Found in Iran

Defend the Guard Act Passes Montana House Committee

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item Supreme Court Says Domestic Spying Is Too Secret to Be Challenged in Court  by J.D. Tuccille
item Public vs. Private: Managing Perceptions of the War in Ukraine  by Ted Snider
item Russiagate & Journalism's Death  by Chris Hedges

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US 'Expects' Israel to Prosecute Settlers Over Riots
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Settlers Attack Palestinian Ambulance Transporting Sick Child
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Israel Experts Urge Probe Into MKs for Inciting 'War Crimes'
Israeli Forces Stop Palestinians From Leaving Jericho
Over 40,000 Syrians Head Home From Turkey Following Earthquake
US Army Resumes Theft of Syrian Oil Weeks After Deadly Quake
Turkey Bans Fenerbahce Soccer Fans From Attending Away Game
Turkish Court Sentences Journalist to Jail Under 'Disinformation' Law
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Saudi Court Sentences 10 Former Judges on Charges of 'High Treason'
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US Military Seeks to Brew Jet Fuel From the Air
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