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October 21st, 2019

Catholic Activists Stand Trial for Protesting Nuclear Weapons Protests Spread as Bolivia Says Morales Near Outright Win
More Violent Clashes in Chile as Many Line Up for Food Chile: UN Rights Chief Demands Probe Into Protester Deaths; at Least 11 Killed
US May Leave Troops in NE Syria for Oil, Israel Trump: US May Have to Go to War With Iran Soon
German Woman Charged With ISIS Membership, Child Endangerment Displaced by War, Kurdish Families Stuck at Syria-Iraq Border Point
China Seeks $2.4 Billion in Penalties Against US at WTO Banker Convicted in US Picked to Head Turkish Stock Exchange
Russia to Send Strategic Bombers to South Africa for Visit Haiti: Gunshots Wound 7 Men Setting Up Protest Roadblock
Iran Sends US List of Names for Its Proposed Prisoner Swap Putin Removes Critical Voices From His Human Rights Council
US Wins Court Seizure of North Korean Cargo Vessel Trump Warns US 'May Have to Get in Wars'
Venezuela's Guaido Holds 'Exploratory' Talks With China, Russia: Envoy Pentagon Draws Up Plans for Quick Afghanistan Withdrawal in Case Trump Blindsides Military
Elizabeth Warren Becomes the Third Democratic Candidate to Broach the Subject of Conditioning Aid to Israel Pro-Israel Org Says Warren Campaign Assured Them That Anti-Occupation Staffer Wouldn't Be Working on Middle East Policy
Burning Trees and Beating Farmers: Israeli Settlers Wreak Havoc on Another Olive Harvest US Mission Has Not Changed in Afghanistan: Esper
US Forces Move 1,500 ISIS Women From Syria to Iraq 4 Soldiers Killed in Armed Confrontation in Southern Yemen
Libya: Deadly Airstrike Apparently Unlawful Pompeo: Trump 'Fully Prepared' to Use Military Force if Necessary in Syria
Clinton Attacks on Gabbard Become Flashpoint in Presidential Race Sanders: 'Outrageous' to Suggest Gabbard 'Is a Foreign Asset'
Iraq Announces Third Reform Package as Sadr Urges Fresh Friday Protests Silence for Freedom: Kashmiri Political Prisoners to Be Freed After Signing 'Gag Order'
Israeli Forces Assault Palestinian Women Defending Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem as Settlers Storm Site Women Pilgrims Will No Longer Need Male Companion for Umrah Pilgrimage: Saudi Authorities
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Challenges Indian PM Narendra Modi Saudi Minister Says Arms Sales to Kingdom 'Not Affected' by UK Court Ruling
US, European Lawmakers Swipe Trump and Turkey in New Syria Joint Statement Germany to Pitch International Control of Syria-Turkey Border Zone to NATO Allies
Bahrain Hosts Gulf Maritime Security Conference With Israel in Attendance Sudan Names Commission to Investigate Killings at Sit-In
In 2nd Attack in Less Than 48 Hours, Settlers Throw Rocks at Troops Near Yitzhar China's Defense Minister Says Resolving 'Taiwan Question' Is National Priority
Bolivia's Morales Confident of Election Win Despite Count Suggesting a Run-Off North Korea Says US, South Korea Must Present New Solutions for Conflict
Lethal Contamination at Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, California Threatens Human Health 35 Years After the Base Closed Turkey's Border Towns Pay Deadly Price for Erdogan's Syria Incursion
Russia Says Militants in 12 Syrian Prisons Left Unguarded Due to Turkish Incursion Iran Rejects Turkey's Establishing of Military Posts in Syria
US Not Out to Decouple From China, Defense Official Says in Beijing Russian Nuclear Submarine Aborts Ballistic Missile Test
Sudan Rebel Leader Says Government Agreed to Open Access for Aid US, UK, and Norway Urge Sudan to Meet Deadline for Transitional Government
Four Charged in Slovak Journalist Murder That Brought Down Prime Minister US Troops Cross Into Iraq From Syria
Commander: 2,000 US Troops Have Left Afghanistan in Past Year US Defense Secretary Esper Affirms 'Longstanding Commitment' to Afghanistan
Pentagon Chief Visits Saudi Arabia as Tensions Simmer With Iran Trump: US Troops Won't Immediately Return From Syria, Ceasefire Could Be Extended
Facebook Announces New Steps to Clamp Down on Misinformation Ahead of 2020 Election Facing Protests, Lebanon Approves Emergency Economic Reforms
After Chile Riots, Thousands Rally to Protest at Pinera Government Displaced by War, Kurdish Families Stuck at Syria-Iraq Border Point
ISIS Attack Kills Two Security Forces Near Northern Iraqi Oilfields Iraqi Kurds Appreciate Role of US Forces Despite Syria Pullout: Regional President
US Mulls Leaving Some Troops in Syria to Guard Oil: Pentagon Seven Catholics on Trial for Protest at Trident Submarine Base
Netanyahu Tells President He Can't Form Government; Rivlin to Tap Gantz Syrians Throw Potatoes at Withdrawing American Troops
Pelosi and Congressional Delegation Make Secret Trip to Afghanistan King of Thailand Dismisses Royal Consort Accused of Disloyalty
US House Votes to Rename Missoula Post Office After Jeannette Rankin Mainland Chinese Man Remanded in Custody for Allegedly Stabbing Hong Kong Protester in Tai Po
Julian Assange Breaks Into Tears as He Is Denied Delay in Extradition Trial Trump's Claim the Saudis Will Pay '100 Percent of the Cost'

October 20th, 2019

US to Keep Troops in East Syria, Maybe To Control Syria's Oil Defense Minister Says 'No Force' Can Stop China Reunification
Turkey's Erdogan 'Cannot Accept' Not Having Nuclear Weapons Erdogan Will Scrap Ceasefire if Pullout Not Completed by Tuesday Evening
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