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Russia Prepared for 'Worst Scenario' With US
  US Warships to Enter Black Sea in 'Significant Signal' to Russia
  Ukrainian President Rallies Frontline Troops After Meeting With NATO
US Downplays Expectations of Iran Talks
  Mossad Chief Heading to US in Bid To Block US Return to Iran Deal
Biden: Infrastructure Plan Needed to Compete With China
  Senate Unveils Sweeping Legislation to Confront China
  US Sails Amphibious Assault Ship Into South China Sea
ISIS Seizes Syria Police Station, Captures Hostages
  Israeli Airstrikes Killed Three Near Syrian Capital
Congressional Dems Call on Biden to Lift Yemen Blockade
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Israel 'Flagrantly Violated' Obligations to Vaccinate Palestinians, Amnesty Says
Israeli Settlers Take Control of Palestinian Property and Land in East Jerusalem
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