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Updated February 28, 2017 - 12:43 AM EST
Pentagon Delivers Plan to Escalate ISIS War
Trump Seeks Massive 9% Military Spending Hike
 
  Trump's DoD Increase Is 80% of Russia's Entire Military Budget
  Officials Admit No Significant Intel Came From Yemen SEAL Raid
Turkey-Backed Rebels Clash With Syrian Military
 
  US Drone Strike Kills Top al-Qaeda Figure in Syria
  Iraqi Forces Capture Ruins of Key Mosul Bridge
Netanyahu: Trump, Israel at Odds on Settlements
 
  Israeli Airstrikes Target Central Gaza, Wounding Four
Suspected German Islamist 'Used to Be Neo-Nazi'
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The Risk of Baiting Trump on Russia  by Norman Solomon
Why John Bolton Isn't Part of the Trump Administration  by Daniel R. DePetris
On Military and Spending, It's Trump Versus Trump  by Ron Paul
Lavrov vs. McCain: Is Russia an Enemy?  by Patrick J. Buchanan

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House Intel Head: 'No Evidence' of Trump Campaign-Russia Contacts
US Appeals Court Will Not Put Travel Ban Case on Hold
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Trump, China's Top Diplomat, Talk Cooperation, Possible Xi Meeting
 
Iraq
10,000 Have Fled West Mosul; 194 Killed in Iraq
Albania to Send Infantry Platoon to Iraq's Anti-ISIS Coalition
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Syria
UN to Vote Tuesday on Syria Sanctions Despite Russia Veto Pledge
Syrian Army Advance Opens New Link to Kurdish Areas
Syrian Jihadists Claim Responsibility for Attack on Security Headquarters in Homs
Europe
Azerbaijan Says Five Soldiers Killed in Clashes With Armenian Separatists
Hungary Starts Construction of Second Border Fence
US Embassy Condemns Far-Right March With US Flag in Croatia
Austrian Court Convicts Chechen on Terror-Linked Charges
Thousands Protest Deal Offering Wider Use of Albanian Language in Macedonia
Egypt
ISIS Militants in North Sinai Showing Their Strength
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Africa
ISIS Claims Attempted Bombing in Algeria
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Afghanistan
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Koreas
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Asia
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