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Updated July 22, 2017 - 12:51 PM EDT
6 Killed, 100s Wounded in West Bank Violence
 
  State Dept: Settlements, Lack of Hope Drive Palestinian Violence
  45 Senators Now Support Bill Criminalizing Boycott of Israel
Iraq Tries to Rebuild Special Forces After Losses
 
  ISIS Leader Is Still Alive, Pentagon Chief Says
Syrian Jihadists Reach Truce Deal After Infighting
 
  Top US General Told Kurdish YPG to 'Change Its Brand'
Botched US Drone Strike Kills 15 Afghan Police
North Korea Snubs South's Offer of Military Talks
US Withholds Money Owed to Pakistan Over Haqqanis
CIA Chief: WikiLeaks Will Take US Down Any Way They Can
Viewpoints
Our Options in Korea: Only One Is Lawful and Peaceful  by Paul Lovinger
Let Americans Go to North Korea  by Doug Bandow
This Group Hopes to Push America Toward Regime Change in Iran  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Dead Civilians and the Language of War  by Robert Koehler
Veterans Call on US to Sign Nuclear Ban Treaty  Veterans for Peace
Obama's AWOL Anti-War Protest  by James Bovard

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UN Blames Saudi Coalition for Deadly Yemen Strikes
Interpol Circulates List of 173 Suspected Members of ISIS Suicide Brigade
Sean Spicer Resigns as Trump Press Secretary After Six Months
Libyan PM Decries Edict by Clerics Loyal to Rival Govt
 
The War at Home
Report: TSA Anti-Terror Methods Lack Scientific Basis
Investigation Faults Navy in Fitzgerald Collision: Report
Trump to Order Major Review of Defense Industrial Base, Improved Military Readiness
North Korea
US State Department to Clamp Ban on Travel to North Korea
UN Agency Reports Worst Drought in 16 Years in North Korea
Philippines
Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte: I Will Never Visit 'Lousy' US
Philippine Leader to Hunt Down Maoist Rebels After Scrapping Talks
China/Taiwan
US Toughens Stance on Foreign Deals in Blow to China's Buying Spree
Taiwan Says Chinese Aircraft Flew Near Island in Military Exercise
Myanmar
UN Envoy Complains of State Surveillance, Access Restrictions in Myanmar
US Presses Myanmar to Cease Military Ties With North Korea
The Female Warlord Who Had CIA Connections and Opium Routes
Asia
Kashmir: Indian Troops Kill Young Tailor Amid Protests
Trump to Nominate Turkey Envoy for Ambassador to Afghanistan
Tajik Opposition, Rights Group Say Government Threatens Activists' Families
Russia
Putin Says Yet to Decide Whether to Run for President Again
Siemens Stops Turbine Sales to Russia in Sanctions Dispute
Catalonia/Spain
Support for Catalan Independence Slips as Referendum Nears
Spain Vows to Cut Off Funds to Catalonia Over Independence Vote
Europe
Kosovo Indicts Four for 2004 Killing of Two UN Policemen
Moldova: Lawmakers Demand Russia Withdraws Its Troops
US Special Envoy to Visit Eastern Ukraine
US, Seven Allies Map Joint F-35 Jet Operations in Europe
US General Urges More German Spending to Ease Military Transit
Venezuela
Fears Mount Over Venezuela as Death Toll Passes 100
Venezuela Opposition Congress Names Alternative Supreme Court Judges
Venezuela Power Struggle Intensifies in Supreme Court Battle
 
Iraq/Syria
Sunni and Shi'ite Forces Quarrel in Mosul; 13 Killed in Iraq
Top General Confirms End to Secret US Program in Syria
Russia Not Reason for US Ending CIA Arms to Syria Rebels: General
Hezbollah, Syria Army Launch Offensive at Syrian-Lebanese Border
Many Foreign Fighters Likely to Stay in Syria, Iraq: US Official
Spain Court Drops Complaint Against Syrian Security Forces
Syrian Refugees Flee Fighting at Lebanese-Syrian Border: Security Source
Turkey
Istanbul Court Orders Four Activists Detained Again
Germany Overhauls Turkey Policy
Germany Continues War of Words With Turkey, Reviews Arms Sales
Turkey Has Over 680 German Firms on Terrorism Black List: Security Source
Iran
Trump Warns of 'Serious Consequences' Unless Iran Releases Detained Americans
Iranian Troops Clash With 'Terrorists' on Border With Iraq
Saudi Arabia
UN Blames Saudi-Led Coalition for Deadly Yemen Strikes
Saudi Security Forces Kill Three Suspected Militants in Qatif Province: Ministry
Saudi Source Gives More Detail on Crown Prince's Dismissal
Palestine/Israel
Mahmoud Abbas Freezes Contact With Israel Over Al-Aqsa
Tear Gas Scene From Jerusalem's 'Day of Rage'
Netanyahu Secretly Met With UAE Foreign Minister in 2012 in New York
Middle East
Qatar's Ruler Says Time to Resolve Differences in Talks
Lebanese Army Targets Militants Trying to Reach Arsal
Egypt
Egypt Says 30 Suspected Militants Killed in Sinai Raids
Militant Group Claims Attack on Policemen in Egypt
Amnesty Calls for Inquiry Into Death in Egypt Police Custody
Africa
Nigerian Refugee Camp Hit by Air Strike Was Not Marked on Maps: Military
Western Donors Freeze Support for 'Obsolete' South Sudan Peace Deal
Zimbabwe's Mugabe Tells Party Members to 'Kick and Punish' Fake Supporters
Mexico
Mexico Beats Grim Record for Monthly Murder Tolls
Mexico City Sees Drug-War-Style Violence Come to the Capital
Americans Still Dying
Fortunately, No American Troops Were Reported Killed This Week
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
7/21/2017
Trump Ends Syrian Regime Change Campaign

Ivan Eland
7/06/2017
Why Can't Right-Wing Leaders Support Smaller Government?

Sheldon Richman
7/03/2017
The American Way of War

Lucy Steigerwald
6/17/2017
It Doesn't Matter Who Controls the Military

Dan Sanchez
6/07/2017
Is Wonder Woman War Propaganda?

Ran HaCohen
3/03/2017
Israel: Neither Democratic or Jewish

David R. Henderson
1/10/2017
Robert Gates, Pro and Con

Nebojsa Malic
8/23/2016
Biden in Belgrade: A Trip Down NATO-Invasion Memory Lane

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