Justin Raimondo, RIP
(1951-2019)

On Thursday, June 27, Justin Raimondo passed away after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 67. Justin was a lifelong fighter for peace and liberty. In 1995, he co-founded Antiwar.com with Eric Garris. He served as Antiwar.com's editorial director and top columnist, writing over 3,000 articles for the website. He can never be replaced and will be missed by countless numbers of fans and followers. Read his Antiwar.com obituary here. More remembrances will follow in the days to come.

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Updated June 28, 2019 - 9:45 PM EDT
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Frontline
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Iran
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Top Democrats Demand State Department's Legal Analysis on Potential Iran Military Action
Iran's Supreme Leader Says US Offer for Negotiations Is a 'Deception'
France's Macron Says He'll Ask Trump to Suspend Some Iran Sanctions
Palestine/Israel
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Gaza Official: Halt of Fuel Imports Exacerbating Power Shortages
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Israel Hit by Mysteriously Recurring GPS Disruptions in Its Airspace
Netanyahu: Giving Up the Jordan Valley Will Ensure War
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Saudi Arabia
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Iraq
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Protesters Storm Bahraini Embassy in Iraqi Capital Baghdad
Syria
US Says Syria Is Stalling Peace, Urges New Way to Elections
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Turkey
Erdogan Says NATO Countries Shouldn't Sanction Each Other Amid Row Over S400
Russia to Deliver First S-400 Missile to Turkey in July
Former Allies of Turkey's Erdogan Plan Rival Party After Istanbul Defeat
Senate Moves to Allow Weapon Sales to Cyprus, Block F-35 to Turkey
Bahrain
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Bahrain FM Hints at Normalizing Ties With Israel
Egypt
At Least Seven Civilians Killed by Errant Shell in Egypt
Egypt Says Seven Policemen Killed in Sinai Attack
Morsi's Death in Cairo Prison Raises Fears for Other Inmates
Ethiopia
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Sudan
UN Freezes Drawdown of Sudan Peace Mission
Ethiopia, AU Float Proposal for Peace in Sudan
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Tunisia
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Tunisia's President Rushed to Hospital on Same Day as Twin Suicide Attacks
Africa
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The War at Home
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Huawei Warns US Patent Curbs Would Hurt Global Tech
Federal Jury Rules Against Huawei in Trade Secrets Case
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China/Taiwan/Hong Kong
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Japan
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Afghanistan
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Pakistan/India
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Asia
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Germany
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France
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Russia/Britain
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Venezuela
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Americas
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Why Won't Maduro Let US Humanitarian Aid Into Venezuela? History.

Sheldon Richman
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America's War Culture

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