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August 17th, 2017

Barcelona Terror Attack: Van Ramming Kills at Least 13, Injures More Than 100 Locals: US Airstrike Kills Seven Civilians in Southern Somalia
Spain Rescues 600 Migrants in Mediterranean in 24 Hours North Korea Warns It Won't Negotiate Nukes if US Is Hostile
Suspected Thai Militants Turn Stolen Cars Into Bombs: Police CIA Torture: Lawsuit Settled Against Psychologists Who Designed Techniques
Hong Kong Democrat Charged With 'Misleading' Police Over Abduction Claim Turkey Orders 70 Former Ministry Personnel Detained
Court Holds Islamist Liable for $3.2 Million Damages After Timbuktu Destruction Suspected Paris Militant to Face Trial in Belgium
Syria Claims Business Comeback With International Trade Fair Beating of Kosovo Journalist Was Attack on Media Freedom: OSCE
Philippines War on Drugs and Crime Intensifies, at Least 60 Killed in Three Days Reformed Ex-Militants in Indonesia Mark Independence Day
Kenyan Government Suspends Action Against Rights Groups Pakistan Angry at US for Adding Kashmir Group to Terror List
Moscow Calls 'Nonsense' Allegations That It Meddled in US 2016 Elections Saudi, Iraqi Leaders 'Draw Closer' After Sadr Meeting
Congo Republic PM, Cabinet Resign Amid Economic Woes Iranian Opposition Leader Ends Hunger Strike, Wants Public Trial
Sanctions on Kashmiri Militant Group Unjustified: Pakistan Iraq Acknowledges Abuses Committed Against Civilians in Mosul Campaign
First Group of Qatari Pilgrims Enter Saudi Arabia by Land Kenya Police Watchdog Says Investigating at Least 28 Election-Related Deaths
Japan Says to Boost Defense Posture, Provide $500 Million for Maritime Defense May Rejects Appeal From 9/11 Survivors to Release Saudi Terror Report
US to Honor Japan Defense Pact 'Without Reservation': Tillerson Saudi Arabia Installing Cranes at Yemen Ports to Boost Aid Delivery
Where Are the 39 Indians ISIS Captured in Mosul? Hindu Extremists Challenge Kashmir's 'Special Status'
Iran Denies Appeal of Jailed Princeton Student: University More Gazans Now Allowed to Travel Abroad Via Israel, but There's a Catch
US, Japan Step Up Defense Cooperation to Counter North Korea UAE to Fund $15 Million Monthly to Gaza: Official
Lebanon Eyes Syria's Post-War Reconstruction Lebanese Army Seizes ISIS Posts Near Ras Baalbeck
Dozen US Sailors to Be Punished for June Collision: Navy US Soldier Killed in Afghan Blast, 20 US, Afghan Troops Wounded
Barcelona Terror Attack House Explosion Catalonia Alcanar Two Police Officers Are Run Over at Barcelona Roadblock
Barcelona Attack: Suspect 'Killed in Shootout' With Police After Deadly Act of Terror Chinese Video on Border Standoff With India Provokes Accusations of Racism
Saudi Arabia Reopens Qatar Border for Hajj Pilgrims CIA Warned Police Las Ramblas Was a Likely Terror Target
Barcelona Terrorist Attack: at Least 13 Killed After Van Drives Into Crowd Terror Attack in Barcelona Leaves at Least 13 Dead After Van Crashes Into Crowds
US Forces to Stay in Syria for Decades, Say Militia Allies On Eve of Trial, Psychologists Agree to Historic Settlement in ACLU Case on Behalf of Three Torture Victims
Confidential UN Report Accuses Saudi Coalition of Killing Hundreds of Yemeni Kids Assange Meets Rep. Rohrabacher, Vows to Prove Russia Did Not Leak Him Documents
The World Trusts Putin More Than Trump on Foreign Affairs, Pew Says Feds Searching Record Number of Our Personal Devices at the Border
One Member of Utah National Guard Dead, 11 Wounded in Afghanistan Five Still Missing After Army Helicopter Crashes in Hawaii; Debris Found
Number of South Sudan Refugees in Uganda Tops 1 Million Hong Kong Sentences Prominent Democracy Activists to Prison
Moon Jae-In: There Will Not Be War on Korean Peninsula

August 16th, 2017

Several ISIS Attacks Against Security Personnel; 66 Killed in Iraq Red Cross to Send 'Test Shipment' of Rice to Northern Yemen
Report: Saudis Increasing Yemen Airstrikes, Killing More Civilians US: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain Fail to Respect Religious Freedom
Syria Shifts War Focus to ISIS-Held Eastern Territory US Appeals Court Case Aims to Challenge President's War Powers
Shi'ite Villagers Rebury Victims After Afghan Police Discover Mass Graves Air Force Chief: Israel Has Attacked Syrian Arms Convoys Nearly 100 Times in 5 Years

August 14th, 2017

Julian Assange, a Man Without a Country
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