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Updated October 6, 2019 - 8:45 PM EDT
Calls for Iraqi Govt to Quit as Death Toll Hits 100
  Iraq PM Promises Minimum Income Guarantee to End Protests
  Deadly Army Crackdown on Protests Risks More Turmoil in Iraq
Saudis, Iran Take Steps Toward Indirect Talks
  Nuclear Watchdog Reports Improved Cooperation With Iran
Saudis Mulling Some Form of Yemen Ceasefire
  Saudi-Led Coalition: Yemen Blood Bank Bombing Was a Mistake
US Envoy Meets With Taliban in Pakistan
  Pentagon Hitting Taliban Harder Since Peace Talks Collapsed
  UN: Violence Against Children in Afghanistan Up Sharply
US, North Korea to Hold Denuclearization Talks in Sweden
Russia Touts China Cooperation on Missile Detection
item What Did Erdogan Know About the Khashoggi Murder Plot?  by Andrew Cockburn
item America Is Likely Complicit in War Crimes in Yemen  by Mohamad Bazzi
item The Growing Danger of Choosing War as a Routine Tool of Policy  by Daniel L. Davis
item Unasked Questions About US-Ukrainian Relations  by Stephen Cohen
item Secrecy, Overclassification, and CIA's Hidden History  by JPat Brown
item Pentagon's Upcoming Show Trial in Cuba  by Jacob Hornberger

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US Senator Blocked From Visiting Kashmir as Crackdown Enters Third Month
North Korea
Pyongyang Authorities Block Windows of Hundreds of High-Rise Apartments
Japan's Abe Seeks Meet With North Korea's Kim Despite Missile Launch
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EU Mulling Over Right Response to US Tariffs
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