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Updated July 30, 2020 - 9:20 PM EDT
US To Withdraw 12,000 Troops From Germany
Treaty Pullout Fuels Race for Hypersonic Nukes
 
  Pentagon Pushes Dangers of Old Nukes in Seeking Funds for New Ones
Boeing CEO Happy No Matter Who Wins Election
 
  Senate GOP Covid Bill Includes $29.4B for Pentagon
Iran Tests Underground Ballistic Missile
 
  US: 'Irresponsible' for Iran to Attack Dummy Ship
Trump 'Would Accept More Risk' to Counter China
Pentagon Training: Protesters, Journalists Are 'Adversaries'
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item Presumptuous Pompeo Pushes Preposterous 'Peking' Policy  by Ray McGovern
item List of Israeli Targets Leaked: Tel Aviv Fears the Worst in ICC Probe of War Crimes  by Ramzy Baroud
item Imagining a Memorial for Veterans of War on Terror  by Hunter DeRensis
item Yemen: A Torrent of Suffering in a Time of Siege  by Kathy Kelly
item A Transpartisan Case for Peace on the Korean Peninsula  by Jessica Lee
item Feds' Presence in Portland Raises Alarm Over Takeover of States  by Meryl Justin Chertoff

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Japan Court Recognizes More Hiroshima Survivors
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The War at Home
Oregon Governor Says Federal Officers to Withdraw From Portland. DHS Says Not Yet.
Court Officials Reviewing Prohibition on Protesting Placed on Those Arrested in Portland
Two Women Arrested in Beating of Wisconsin State Senator at Protest
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Afghanistan
US Welcomes Announcement of Afghan Ceasefire During Eid-Ul-Adha
17 Taliban Killed in Faryab Clashes: Afghan MoD
US Special Rep. Arrives in Kabul, Meets With Afghan Leaders
Three Afghan Policemen Killed in Uruzgan Roadside Mine Blast
Asia
North Korea Warns South Ahead of RIMPAC Exercises
Man Shot Dead for 'Blasphemy' in Pakistan Courtroom
'Birds Have Landed': French-Made Rafale Fighter Jets Reach India
Top Envoys of Philippines, Malaysia Spar on Twitter Over Ownership of Sabah State
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Egypt
Egypt's Sisi Approves Ban on Retired Army Officers Standing for Election
Egypt Executes Seven Convicted of Killing Police Officer
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Israel/Palestine
Israel Police Said Weighing Ban on Protest Marches Amid Fears of Further Violence
Israeli Protesters Attacked by Pro-Netanyahu Group in Tel Aviv
Israel Turning Mosques Into Synagogues, Bars
Israeli Settlers Torch Mosque Days Before Eid
Wage Crisis Worsens in Gaza
Elections Loom as Gantz Insists on 2-Year Budget, Likud to Present 1-Year Plan
Yemen
Yemen President Assigns Premier To Form New Govt
Yemen's Riyadh Agreement: An Overview
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Five Bodies Found in Mosul Rubble
Assassinations, Kidnappings Shake Baghdad
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Killing of Top Iraq Commander
Lebanon
UNIFIL Peacekeepers Launch Investigation Into Lebanon Border Incident
Turkey Denies Supporting Anti-Govt Protests in N. Lebanon
Middle East
Jordanian Police Beat and Arrest Protesting Teachers
Turkey Passes Controversial Bill Tightening Grip on Social Media
US Imposes Sanctions on Teenage Son of Syria's Assad
Europe
Ukraine Ceasefire Violated Over 100 Times Within Days: OSCE
Belarus Arrests Dozens of Russian Mercenaries: State Media
France to Free Ex-Leader of Basque Group ETA
Greece Orders 50 Turkish Drones
Bulgarians Mark Three Weeks of Anti-Government Protests
Libya
Are Sinai Attacks Linked to Egypt's Plan to Intervene in Libya?
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Nigeria
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Dave DeCamp
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Ted Snider
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