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Updated November 29, 2019 - 8:45 PM EST
In Afghanistan, Trump Says Taliban Talks Back On
Iraqi PM Resigns After Weeks of Violent Protests
 
  Iraq Forces Kill 28 Protesters as Consulate Burned
  Iran: Iraqi Govt Responsible for Failing to Protect Consulate
  Iraq's PM Fires New Commander After 22 Killed in Crackdown
North Korea Test Fires Rockets After SK Fires on Ship
 
  Time Is Running Out for Trump's North Korea Diplomacy
Israel Strikes Gaza Targets Without Checking for Civilians
 
  Israeli Bulldozers Kill Man as They Demolished Palestinian Homes
Two Killed, Several Injured in Stabbing at London Bridge
The Hague: Several Hurt in Attack at a Department Store
East Libyan Forces Attack Chad Troops Near SW Oilfields
NATO Offers Trump a Budget Cut Amid Growing Doubts
Daniel Ellsberg on Pardoning War Criminals and More
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item The Real Danger of the US Normalizing Israeli Settlements  by Ramzy Baroud
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item Is Ukraine Vital to US Security?  by Edward Lozansky
item When the Deep State Bullied Reagan's Foreign Policy Chief  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item I Worked to End Torture for 20 Years, but The Report Shook Me  by Ron Stief (on Amazon Prime starting today)

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Bill Would Strip Medals of Honor From Soldiers Behind Wounded Knee Massacre
DHS Wants Every Agency to Have a Vulnerability Disclosure Program
Post-Morales, Bolivia Restores Israel Relations
Campaign Calls Attention to Journalists Under Attack
Why Are Iraqi Protesters Targeting Iranian Buildings?
 
China/Hong Kong
China Summons US Ambassador, Says Hong Kong Rights Law Is 'Strong Interference'
Just Bluster? Beijing Angered After Trump Signs Hong Kong Acts, but Little Sign of Trade Talks Fallout
Hong Kong Says US Legislation Backing Protesters Sends Wrong Signal
Hong Kong Can Rely on European Union's Support in 'Difficult Times'
Hong Kong Police Seize More Than 3,800 Petrol Bombs From Polytechnic University, Saying Campus Siege Will End on Friday
Hong Kong Demonstrators Gather to Express Gratitude to US for Signing Democracy Act Into Law
Hong Kong Election Gives Beijing a Headache When Dealing With 'Kingmaker' Tycoons
How Hong Kong's Keyboard Warriors Have Besieged Wikipedia
Official: 'Millimeters' Separate US, China From Phase One Trade Deal
Afghanistan
At Least 22 People Killed in Northern Afghan Blast, Attack
Afghan Chief Executive's Election Team Calls for Kabul Protest
Afghans Protest for More Inclusive Peace Process
Asia
Pakistan Army Chief Granted Right to Stay on After Constitutional Stand-Off
Blogger Tests Singapore's Fake News Law by Rebuffing Correction Order
Ex-Kyrgyz Diplomat Arrested After Car Found Near Whistleblower Murder Scene in Turkey
Africa
Rebel Attacks in Eastern DR Congo Kill Several Ebola Responders
ISIS Affiliate Claims French Helicopter Crash in Mali
Burundi Accuses Rwanda of Armed Attack, Threatens Retaliation
Algerian Artist Detained Over Critical Cartoons Before Polls
Libya's Eastern Parliament Condemns Deal With Turkey
State TV: Sudan Approves Law to 'Dismantle' Former Regime
Egypt Detains Three Journalists for Publishing 'Fake News' After Damning Human Rights Report
Americas
Bolivia Urges Mexico Embassy to Hand Over Wanted Ex-Officials
'Enough Is Enough': Protests Continue Into 7th Day in Colombia
Chile's Peso Hits New Historic Low, Again, Amid Festering Violence
Cuba Shows Video of Detained Dissident in Agitated State
Conservative Lacalle Pou Wins Uruguay Presidential Election
 
Palestine/Israel
Forbidden: The West Bank Land Israel Locks Away From Palestinians
Cars Vandalized in Suspected Anti-Arab Attack in Central Israel: Police
Israel Strikes Hamas Positions, Weapon Factory in Latest Gaza Escalation
Israeli Draft Law Seeks to Ban UNRWA in East Jerusalem
EU Stance in Focus After US Decision on Israeli Settlements
Israel: Wishing Myanmar 'Good Luck' in Genocide Case Was a Mistake
Yemen
African Migrants Among 20 Civilians Killed in Attacks on Yemen Within a Week
Red Cross Facilitates Return of 128 Yemeni Prisoners From Saudi
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Laws Continue to Hold Women Back From Travel Despite MBS Reforms
Saudi Arabia Frees Some Bloggers, Writers Held Last Week
Iran
Iran: Europeans Cannot Invoke Nuclear Deal Dispute Mechanism
Iran Announces Joint Drills With Russia and China, Says It Is Ready for US Threats
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: 45 Protesters Killed by Security Forces
Three of Iran's Five Consulates in Iraq Have Been Burned in the Past Two Years
Video: Iraqi Security Forces Open Fire at Protesters
Iraq Sets Up Military-Led 'Crisis Cells' to Quell Mass Unrest
Syria/Turkey
At Least Seven Wounded in Terrorist Attacks in North Syria
Turkey May Stall NATO Defense Plan Over Syria Dispute
Mortar Fire Kills Two Turkish Soldiers in Akcakale on Syria Border
Assad Approves $9.2 Bln Budget
Russia Loses Bid to Block New Syria Chemical Weapons Probe
Turkey and Libya Sign Maritime Deal to Counter Greek and Cypriot Drilling
Europe
Conscription in Germany: Merkel's Party Mulls Return of Military Service
China and Russia Not NATO's Enemies, Macron Says, as He Defends 'Brain Death' Remarks
Ukraine Diplomat Slams Apple Decision to Show Crimea as Part of Russia
Accused Details Plot to Kill Malta Journalist for 150,000 Euros
Police in Georgia Prevent Opposition Activists From Picketing Parliament
Cyprus Appoints Expert to Assist in 'Israeli Spy Van' Investigation
 
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