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Qaeda Wipes Out Syria Rebels Engaged in Talks
  Turkey's Syria Invasion Killed 100s of Civilians
  Russia, Turkey, and Iran Make Deal to Back Syria Ceasefire
White House: No Plan to Revive CIA 'Black Sites'
  Trump to Ban Citizens of Seven Nations From Visiting
  McCain: Budget Chief Mulvaney Pick Doesn't Support the Troops
New SecDef Calls NATO Chief to Vow Commitment
  German, Belgian Troops Arrive in Lithuania for NATO Deployment
Israel OKs Massive Settlement Expansion in WB
China Warns US They'll Protect Claims in South China Sea
Trump and the Senate Are Headed for War  by David Kowalski
Russia's Leery Reaction to President Trump  by Gilbert Doctorow
Neocon Lament: Nobody Wants Them in Trump's Washington  by Philip Giraldi
Taking the Long View  by Justin Raimondo
Can Bergdahl Get a Fair Trial?  by Kelley Vlahos
A Look at President Obama's Final Drone Kill Count  by Bonnie Kristian

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Trump to Keep James Comey as FBI Director
Journalists Covering Inauguration Protests Face 'Felony Riot' Charges
Today in History: Agent Orange Used in Laos
White House: Trump Will Discuss Settlements in Meeting With Netanyahu
East Mosul Under Complete Govt Control; 173 Killed in Iraq
Mosul Air Raids Killing Civilians, Says UN
Iraqi PM: Eastern Mosul 'Fully Liberated' From ISIS
Iraqi Forces Preparing Offensive on Western Mosul, Commander Says
PM Abadi Says Iraq's Oil Is for Iraqis, in Reaction to Trump
UN: 750,000 Could Be Displaced in Mosul's West
UN 'Racing' to Prepare Aid for Civilians Ahead of Battle for West Mosul
Bomb Classes and Gun Counts: Trauma of Mosul Children Under ISIS
Turkey Will Not Hand Over Al-Bab to Syrian Government Forces: Deputy PM
Syria Strikes Kill 11 Fleeing ISIS Town: Monitor
Russian Planes Strike ISIS Targets in Syria's Deir Al-Zor: Defense Minister
Hundreds of Police Trained by Turkey Start Work in Northern Syria
Syrian Government Says to Continue Wadi Barada Offensive
Russian Negotiator Positive After 'Birth' of Astana Syria Process
Syrian Government Negotiator Calls Astana Talks a Success
Under Cover of Night, Syrian Wounded Seek Help From Enemy Israel
Settlers Join EU, Palestinians, and Jordan in Denouncing Netanyahu's Settlement Plans
Torture, Israeli-Style as Described by the Interrogators Themselves
New Recordings of Israel's 2014 Gaza War Reveal Cabinet Rifts, Army Misjudgment
Ya'alon Grilled by Police Over Purchase of German Subs: Report
EU Says New Israeli Settlement Plan Undermines Peace
Abbas and US Consul General Meet in Ramallah
Israel Advises Citizens in Egypt's Sinai to Leave, Cites Attack Risk
Middle East
Kuwait to Deliver Message to Iran on Dialogue With Gulf Arab States
Saudi Arabia Says Militants in Jeddah Shootout Were Linked to ISIS
Yemen Govt Objects to UN Envoy at Sanaa Meetings
The War at Home
Appeals Court Denies Full Hearing in Data Surveillance Case
FBI Finds Nothing Amiss in Flynn-Russia Eavesdrop: Official
Key Claims in Trump Dossier Said to Come From Head of Russian-American Business Group
McCain 'Seriously Considering' Issue of Military Base Closures
Senate Foreign Relations Panel Approves Nikki Haley as UN Envoy
Possible Snag for 1st Guantanamo Court Session of Trump Era
Indian Troops Kill Three Suspected Rebels in Kashmir
India Refuses to Send Witnesses to Pakistan in Mumbai Attack Case
China/Hong Kong
China Says Hopes Mongolia Learned Lesson After Dalai Lama Visit
Hong Kong to Return Singapore's Seized Troop Carriers, Easing Tensions
Parliament Must Vote Before UK Can Trigger Brexit: Top Court
MPs 'Could Stop Brexit' Even After Article 50 Is Triggered
Ukraine Says Russian Sanctions Must Stay, Rejects Talk of Trump Deal
Austrian Teenager Says He Built 'Test Bomb' in Germany: Minister
Russia Says US Withdrawal From Afghanistan Would Worsen Situation
Afghanistan Orders Arrest of Vice President's Guards in Rape and Torture Case
Pakistan Tests Second Nuke-Capable Missile This Month
Militants Still Holding 25 Hostages in Philippines
Gambia Revokes Emergency in Step Towards Political Normality
Troops Preparing for Barrow's Return to Gambia: Ecowas
In a New Gambia, the Prison Doors Begin to Swing Open
Roadside Bomb Kills at Least Four Troops in Somalia Town: Officials
Over 150 Escape 'Semi-Open' Brazil Prison; 62 Still at Large
Correa Ally Leads Ecuador Polls, but Second Voting Round Likely
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