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Updated October 7, 2019 - 9:46 PM EDT
US Begins Pullout From Northeast Syria
  Turkish Strikes Pound Kurds in Northeast Syria as Offensive Begins
  DC Loses Its Mind Over Announcement to Move Troops in Syria
Afghan Vets: 18 Years of War More Than Enough
  Anger Grows at Civilian Deaths by US, Afghan Forces
  The Real Costs of the War in Afghanistan
Over 100 Killed, Over 6,000 Hurt in Iraq Protests
  Iraqi PM Pledges Reforms to Calm Angry Protests
  Senior US Diplomat Warns That Iraqi PM's Resignation 'Inevitable'
Saudis, Iran Take Steps Toward Indirect Talks
  Israel Seeking 'Non-Aggression' Deal With Arab Gulf States
  Saudis Mulling Some Form of Yemen Ceasefire
US-North Korea Nuclear Talks Break Down
Foreign Military Sales OK'd by State Dept. in FY19
US and Greece Sign New Defense Pact
Probe Finds Wrongdoing in the CIA's Watchdog Office
item Do Not Succumb to Political Censorship on Syria  by Rick Sterling
item 125 Million People Dead: If India and Pakistan Start a Nuclear War  by Daniel R. DePetris
item Why Is Europe Still Fueling the War in Yemen?  by Romain Mielcarek
item Disastrous 18 Years in Afghanistan  by Catherine Lutz and Neta Crawford
item Who Is Edward Snowden?  by Gilbert Doctorow
item As Went the British, So Will Go America's Empire  by Will Collins

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Egypt Lowers Fuel Prices Following Rare Anti-Govt Protests
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Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Calls on Public to Condemn Violence and Rioters After 'Very Dark Night' in City
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