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Pompeo Says US Stands With Iranian Protesters
  Iran Leaders Warn of Action as Protests Grow Nationwide
Trump Issues Pardons in War Crimes Cases
  Trump Pardon Sparks Reaction in Afghanistan
US Threatens to Sanction Iraq Over Crackdown
  Despite Rising Birth Defects, Fallujah Shuns Protests Fearing Backlash
Turkey Blames Kurd YPG for N. Syria Car Bomb
23 Dead in Bolivia Protests Against Interim Govt
UK Govt, Military Accused of War Crimes Coverup
US, S. Korea Cancel Wargames After N. Korea Criticism
Yemeni Govt Delays Return to Aden, Blames Separatists
item A New Generation of Vets: Ending Endless War From the Right  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
item Combat Vet Senator Richard Black Fighting the War Party  by Hunter DeRensis
item Don't Pretend That We Actually Protect Turkey  by Benjamin H. Freedman
item America's Arms Sales Addiction  by William D. Hartung
item The American Raj Is Plundering Iraq  by Eric Margolis
item OPCW Whistleblower: US Officials Tried to Influence Douma Report  by Caitlin Johnstone

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