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40th Anniversary: 1979 Iran Hostage Crisis
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Iraq Forces Fire Live Rounds at Protesters
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item Misunderstanding of Hostage Crisis Still Poisons US-Iran Relations  by Stephen Kinzer
item Trump's Impeachment Lures Dems Into a Cold War Mentality  by Aaron Maté
item Don't Railroad Julian Assange to Virginia  Consortium News
item US and Its Criminal Effort in Syria  by Ron Forthofer
item Our Kurdish Hero... the Terrorist?  by Scott Ritter
item US Needs to Occupy Syria Because of Kurds or Iran or Oil or Whatever  by Caitlin Johnstone

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