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Trump Son Visit Signals Signs of Syria Policy Shift
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Bomb Kills 100 Iraqi Civilians Near Baghdad
  Thousands Flee Into ISIS Territory as Shi'ite Militias Advance
Merkel: Germany Must Increase Military Spending
  EU Parliament Blames Russia for Growing Euroskeptic Influence
Israel Cheers Nikki Haley as Trump's UN Envoy
Fighting Intensifies Between India and Pakistan
Saudi Airstrike Kills 12 Civilians in North Yemen
Committee Sets 500 New Settlement Units in East Jerusalem
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