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US Air Strikes Kill Civilians in Somalia: Amnesty
  Air Strike Kills Four People in Somalia
Court: Germany Must Question US Drone Strikes
  US Slams German Military Funds Falling Short of Trump's Demands
Trump Pushes Venezuela Regime Change Abroad
Trump Hails Brazil Ties, Wants Brazil in NATO
US Cuts Ties With Afghan NSA Over Criticism of Negotiator
NZ PM: Censorship Meant to Deny Attacker Notoriety
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item Uniting Fatah, Not Palestinians: The Dubious Mohammed Shtayyeh  by Ramzy Baroud
item Congress Can Deliver Another Rebuke to Trump, This Time on His Fealty to MBS  Washington Post
item The Death of Peace  by William J. Astore
item Why the United States Should Not Send the Military to Venezuela  by A. Trevor Thrall
item Good Iraqi-Iranian Relations Are Not a Reason to Worry  by Paul Pillar

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UN Hosts Powers to Discuss Preventing an Arms Race in Space
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Guantanamo's War Court on 'Murky Fringes' of US Policy
Swiss Parliament Backs Expelling Militants to States That Use Torture
US Judge Rebuts Trump on Transgender Troop Limits
The War at Home
Pentagon Tells Congress How Projects Might Be Delayed to Pay for President Trump's Wall
Pentagon Lays Out $6.8b of Projects to Cut for Trump Border Wall
These US States Receive the Most in Defense Spending
Northrop Launches Hypersonic Defense Push
The US Navy, Facing a Shortfall, Aims to Ink an Enormous Attack Sub Contract Next Month
New Zealand
ISIS Spokesman Makes Rare Statement Calling for Retaliation After New Zealand Mosque Shootings
Tech Consortium Flags More Than 800 Versions of New Zealand Attack Video
Global Probe Underway to Build Profile of Christchurch Shooter, Police Chief Says
New Zealand PM Vows to Deny Mosque Gunman Notoriety
Soldiers Ambushed Near Baghdad; 12 Killed in Iraq
US Pressures Iraq Over Embrace of Militias Linked to Iran
White House Grants Iraq a New 90-Day Iran Sanctions Waiver
Iraqi Museum Unveils Looted Artifacts
Jordan Offers Tender for Transporting Crude Oil From Iraq
Chinese Company Signs Initial Agreement to Build Monorail in Iraq's Najaf
Officials Question Claim ISIS Fighters Captured in Syria Tied to Killing of 4 Americans
US-Backed SDF Detains Hundreds of Wounded ISIS Fighters
ISIS Loses Big Part of Enclave, SDF Sees Defeat 'Very Soon'
Assad Praises Russia's Role in Syria Conflict
Israeli Warplanes Strike Gaza, Dozens Wounded in Clashes With Israeli Soldiers: Medics
Rare Protests Erupt Against Hamas' 12-Year Rule Over Gaza
Israeli Forces Kill Palestinian Suspected of Deadly Attack
Netanyahu's Main Election Rival Sidesteps Palestinian Statehood
Gantz: I Won't Quit Prime Minister Race Over Iranian Phone Hack
Israel, US Intercept Long-Range Missiles During Joint Drill
Lithuanian Leader Mulls Moving Embassy to Jerusalem
Middle East
Yemen's Rebels Say They Won't Give Up Port
Iran's Mahan Air Cancels Paris Flights Over Sanctions
First Arab Space Group Established in UAE
Turkey Escalates Crackdown on Dissent Six Years After Gezi Protests
Amid Relentless Protests, Algeria's President and Opposition Clash Over How Soon He Should Leave
Uganda Denies Backing Rwandan Rebels as Tensions Grow
Tunisian Forces Kill Three ISIS Militants Near Algerian Border
Trump Says US Has Not Yet Imposed Toughest Sanctions on Venezuela
US Backs Venezuela Opposition to Take UN Disarmament Role
Venezuela Opposition Names Board to State Chemical Company
US-Russia Talks on Venezuela Stall Over Role of Maduro
US Lifts Sanctions on Wives of Venezuela TV Magnates
Venezuela Suspends Oil Exports to India: Oil Minister
US-Sanctioned Venezuelan Defects to Colombia, Slams Maduro
Trump and Bolsonaro: US President Says He Wants Brazil to Join NATO in Sign of Unity
Brazil Leader Jair Bolsonaro Woos Donald Trump, Opens Base to US Rockets
Trump: Brazil an 'Ideal Launch Location' for US Rockets
Trump Sees 'North-South Axis' of Power in Budding Relationship With Brazil
Retired Major Charged With Crimes During Brazil Dictatorship
Nicaragua Opposition Demands Conditions for Resuming Talks
Nicaragua's Business Union Blasts Government Over Talks
Mexican Government Apologizes in Deaths of Two Students
Indigenous Land Activist Shot Dead in Costa Rica
North Korea
North Korea Seeks Sanctions Relief
North Korea Must Drop Nuclear, Missile Programs to Achieve Progress: US
Pakistan Tells China of 'Deteriorating Situation' in Indian Kashmir
Pakistan to Fence Border With Iran
Clashes in Kashmir After Teacher Dies in Police Custody
Herat Activists Ask Afghan Govt to Expedite Peace Efforts
Seven Dead in Bangladesh Election-Related Attack
Thailand's Oldest Party May Be King-Maker After Vote to Determine Military Role
Kazakhstan's Leader for Three Decades, Nursultan Nazarbayev, Resigns
Germany's SPD Wants to Extend Arms Export Halt to Saudi Arabia
Under Israeli Pressure, Germany Revokes Palestinian Activist's Visa
German Defense Industry Decries New Budget Plan as Too Low
Germany: US Ambassador Richard Grenell Should Be Expelled, Says FDP Deputy Leader
Dutch Police Arrest New Tram Attack Suspect, Suspect Terror Motive
Germany, Belgium Propose New Tool to Police EU Democracies
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