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Biden Tells Congress to Pass New Ukraine Aid
  Party That Opposes Ukraine Aid Wins Slovakia Election
UK Clarifies Comments on Troops to Ukraine
  Zelensky Pitches Arms Makers on Producing Weapons in Ukraine
UN Security Council OKs Haiti Troop Deployment
Saudis Determined to Get Defense Pact With US
US Signs Deal That Will Send Troops to Ecuador
Over 100,000 People Fled Nagorno-Karabakh
Congress to Replace 2001 AUMF With 2001 AUMF
item How Washington Fought Off the Great Chinese Balloon Invasion  by Alex Lo
item Ghosts of the Past: For Israel, War on UNESCO Is an Existential Battle  by Ramzy Baroud
item The Key to Peace in Ukraine?
The Other Broken NATO Promise.
 by Ted Snider
item Waist Deep in the Big Muddy  by Andrew Bacevich

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Israeli Occupation Forces Kill Palestinian Teenager in Al-Bireh
Suicide Bomber Detonates a Device in Turkish Capital, Second Assailant Is Killed in a Shootout
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Turkey Says PKK Targets in North Iraq Destroyed After Ankara Suicide Attack
Turkey's Kurdish PKK Claim Responsibility for Ankara Suicide Bombing
Mystery Swirls Around Alleged Yemeni 'Drone Strike' on Bahraini Troops
Yemen's National Airline to Suspend Flights From Sanaa to Jordan
Yemen: Five Secessionist Fighters 'Killed by Al-Qaeda'
Iraq Monthly Roundup: 45 Killed in September
Tension Erupts in Baghdad's Tahrir Square Between Protesters and Security Forces
Approximately 500 ISIS Militants Remain in Iraq: Top General
Iran Aligns Universities With Establishment in Academic Purge
US Quietly Acknowledges Iran Satellite Successfully Reached Orbit as Tensions Remain High
Palestine Forces Deploy in School in Lebanon's Ain Al-Hilweh Refugee Camp
Lebanese Police Say US Embassy Shooter Was Motivated by Personal Grudge Against Security Guards
Mohamed Muizzu Wins Maldives Election in Victory for Pro-China Camp

Jailed Maldives' Ex-President Transferred to House Arrest After His Party Wins Presidency

Extremist Attack Kills at Least 12 Soldiers in Niger
Thousands Celebrate Departure of French Ambassador From Niger
Rescue Group Decries Libya Coastguard Ramming Into Migrant Boat
Libya's Haftar 'Held Talks' With Putin in Moscow
Algeria Expands English-Language Learning as France's Influence Ebbs
Burkina Faso Junta Leader Says No Elections Until the Country Safe for Voting
Mali Tuareg Rebels Claim Military Base Following Clashes on Sunday
South Sudan's Leader Discusses Closer Ties in Energy, Trade With Russian President Putin
New US Senate Foreign Relations Chair to Block Small Portion of Egypt Military Aid Over Rights Record
Suicide Attack on Tea Shop in Somalia Capital Kills Seven
Tunisia Opposition Leader Rached Ghannouchi Begins Hunger Strike
Latin America
Mexico's President Slams US Aid for Ukraine and Sanctions on Venezuela and Cuba

Police Scuffle With Electoral Court Justices in Guatemala as Prosecutors Seek to Seize Vote Tallies

Oil Pipeline Ruptures in Western Ukraine, Nine Injured
Zelensky Says Nothing Will Weaken Kyiv's Resolve Against Russia
EU's Top Diplomat Urges US to Reconsider Dropping Ukrainian Aid From Stop-Gap Budget Bill
Russian Drone Strike Sparks Fire at Plant, Ukraine Says
Ukraine Drones Strike Crimea, Moscow, Oil Depot, Russia Says
Putin Says Russian-Held Regions in Ukraine Endorse Their Choice to Join Moscow
Russia Hosts the Taliban for Talks on Regional Threats and Says It Will Keep Funding Afghanistan
Russia: Putin Discusses Ukraine War With Top Wagner Commander Andrei Troshev
Mourners Hail Dead Russian Mercenary Prigozhin as Hero of the People
Putin Signs Decree on Autumn Military Conscription
Armenia Grapples With Multiple Challenges After the Fall of Nagorno-Karabakh
Azerbaijan Issues Warrant for Former Nagorno-Karabakh Leader
UN to Send Mission to Nagorno-Karabakh for First Time in Nearly 30 Years
Azerbaijan Says Serviceman Killed by Sniper, Armenia Denies Incident
United Kingdom
British and Australian Media Are Targeting the Public for a War With China
Bahraini Activist Held on Return to UK After Addressing UN on Human Rights
UK Sanctions Russian Officials Over 'Sham' Votes in Ukraine
Kyiv Removes Hungary Bank OTP From Blacklist in Bid To Unlock EU Aid
Hungary's Orban Casts Doubt on European Union Accession Talks for Ukraine
Italy and Libya Resume Commercial Flights After 10 Years
Vucic 'Wants War': Kosovo PM Accuses Belgrade of Inciting Violence
Officials Urge Moldova to Seize Opportunity for EU Membership
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Arrest of Women Activists Condemned by UN Afghan Mission
Afghanistan Embassy Closes in India Citing Lack of Diplomatic Support
Death Toll From Pakistan Blast Rises to 59 as Minister Blames India
Pakistani Taliban Attack a Police Post in Eastern Punjab Province, Killing One Officer
Pakistan Officials Consider a New Way to Boost Polio Vaccination: Prison
Asia Pacific
USAF Conducts No-Notice Combat Employment Exercise in Japan
South Korean Minister Says China Must Push Pyongyang to Curb Nuclear Plans
Australia Retires Taipan Helicopters After Crash
The War at Home
F-35 Program Finishes Years-Late Tests Needed for Full Production
Lockheed Wins $1.1 Billion Contract to Design Navy's Integrated Combat System
For the 13th Time, Sensitive Military Info Leaked on 'War Thunder' Forum
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Elite US Navy SEALs, Army Special Forces to Be Tested for Drug Use
New York Rep. Jamaal Bowman Pulls Fire Alarm in House Office Building but Says It Was an Accident
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