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Iran War Powers Has Enough Senate Votes: Dems
Pompeo: Killing Soleimani Part of Broader Strategy
  As 'Four Embassy' Allegation Falls Apart, Trump Says It Doesn't Matter
  Trump Authorized Soleimani's Killing 7 Months Ago, With Conditions
Airliner Protests Mount in Iran, Police Open Fire
  US Supreme Court Clears Iran Central Bank in Case Over 1983 Bombing
Iraq Fears Economic Collapse Over Threatened Sanctions
UK Government Secretly Funded Reuters in 1960s, 1970s
Top US General Wants to Reduce Presence in Africa
US Drops China's Designation as Currency Manipulator
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China Urges US to 'Immediately Halt' Sanctions on Chinese Firms With Iran Ties
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US Threat of Sanctions Against Iraq 'Not Helpful', Says Siemens Chief
Dozens of Civilians Leave Rebel-Held Area in Syria's Aleppo
Russia Says Civilians Can Flee Syria's Idlib Via Three New Checkpoints
Turkish, Syrian Top Spies Meet in First Official Contact in Years
Journalist Claims to Capture US Envoy Saying Situation With Russia in Northeast Syria Has 'Dramatically Disimproved'
Jewish Home Approves Merger With Otzma Yehudit
Israel's Weakened Left-Wing Parties Merge Ahead of March Election
Transfer of Palestinian Minors From Prisons a 'Violation of Law'
As Israel's Role in Soleimani Strike Is Revealed, Hezbollah's Nasrallah Warned He Could Be Next
Lebanon Regains Vote at United Nations After Making Payment
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Israel Starts Pumping Gas to Jordan
King of Jordan Warns ISIS on the Rise in Mideast Again
Middle East
Foreign Nationals Comprise Majority Executed by Saudi Arabia in 2019, Says Report
Cut Undersea Cable Plunges Yemen Into Days-Long Internet Outage
Turkey Invites Malaysia to Join Its TF-X Future Fighter Jet Program
Bolivia Military 'Outraged' Over Exiled Morales Militia Claim
Bolivia Exiled Ex-President Morales Calls on Radio for Armed Militias
Armed Conflict in Colombia Could Heat Up in 2020: Peace Mediator
US Targets Maduro-Backed Legislator and Allies in Fresh Venezuelan Sanctions
The War at Home
With a New Weapon in Donald Trump's Hands, the Iran Crisis Risks Going Nuclear
Pompeo Will Not Brief House Committee on Iran, Chairman Says
Rep. Justin Amash Blasts Trump for 'Selling' American Troops to Saudis
Trump Unfurls a New Attack for 2020: Dems as Iran Sympathizers
Budget Deficit Topped $1 Trillion in 2019, the First Time in 7 Years
FBI Reveals Shooters in New Jersey Jewish Market Attack Also Had a Bomb
Mass Panic: It's Not Clear That Colorado's Mystery Drones Even Exist
Investigation Finds Pensacola Naval Station Shooting Was 'Act of Terrorism
Trump May Reduce Troops in Afghanistan Without Taliban Deal
Afghan Govt Insists on Pre-Talks Ceasefire
India's Ruling Party Lawmaker Threatens to Shoot Protesters
Mothers and Grandmothers Stage Weeks-Long Sit-In Against India's Citizenship Law
Pakistan Court Sets Aside Death Sentence Handed to Former Ruler Pervez Musharraf
Bangladesh Arrests Sufi Singer Under Internet Law After Protests
Catalan Separatists Take Seats as EU Lawmakers, Promise to Push Secession
Abkhazia Leader Resigns After Protests
Former Soldier Admits to Killing Slovak Journalist Jan Kuciak
US Bars Powerful Moldovan Oligarch Over Corruption
Finland to Bolster Navy's Surface Fleet With New Ships, More Missiles
West Africa
France's Macron Says US Exit From West Africa Would Be Bad News
France to Send Extra 220 Troops to Fight Islamist Militants in Sahel: Macron
France, West Africa to Unite Forces in Fight Against Islamist Militants
Progress Made in Libya Talks, but Haftar Delays Signing Ceasefire Deal
US Confirms 'Avoidable' Death of Egyptian-American Moustafa Kassem in Custody
Niger Sacks Army Chief After Deadliest Attacks in Years
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