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Is Trump Deliberately Having ISIS Relatives Killed?
 
  ISIS Shells East Syria City, Killing 14 Civilians
  Over 1,000 Syria Rebels Leave Damascus Area in Evacuation Deal
ISIS Car Bomb Hits Baghdad Ice Cream Parlor
 
  Female Turkmen Politician Killed; 143 Killed in Iraq
Trump Plans to Reverse Obama's Cuba Policies
McCain: Putin Is a Bigger Threat Than ISIS
Iran Hardliners Accuse Rouhani of Voter Fraud
Egypt Launches More Strikes Against Libyan City of Derna
Growing Fears of ISIS Foothold in Southern Philippines
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item Expecting the Saudis to 'Combat Extremist Ideology' Is Folly  by Daniel Larison
item How America Could End Up in an Unexpected War With China  by Doug Bandow
item Our National Bird: The Medium Is the Message  by Dave Foster
item Believing the Russian 'Hacking' Claim  by David Swanson
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Iraq
Hostages Executed at Mosul Hospital; 176 Killed in Iraq
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Syria
Chemical Weapons a Red Line in Syria, France's Macron Says
Israel/Palestine
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Middle East
Iran Judiciary Chief Slams Rouhani Election Pledges
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Britain
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Europe
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Americas
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Philippines
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Civilians Flee Fighting in Southern Philippines
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Koreas
South Korea Says Conducted Joint Drills With US B-1b Strategic Bomber
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Egypt
Egypt Issues NGO Law, Cracking Down on Dissent
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Egypt and Russia Discuss Fight Against Terror
South Sudan
South Sudan: Warring Sides Sign Peace Deal as Dialogue Begins
South Sudan Holds Trial for Troops Accused of Rape, Murder of Aid Workers
Africa
Tunisia Security Forces Kill ISIS Fugitive
EU Blacklists Nine More Congolese Over Rights, Elections
Morocco Arrests Activist Leading Northern Protests
Venezuela
Venezuela Opposition Leaders Wounded in Protest March
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5/27/2017
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Ivan Eland
5/05/2017
An Answer to Trump: Could the Civil War Have Been Avoided?

Dan Sanchez
5/02/2017
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Ran HaCohen
3/03/2017
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David R. Henderson
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