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US Military Not Leaving Syria Any Time Soon
  US-Backed SDF Conscripts Syria Civilians to Fight Against Turkey
Report: Sudan Coup Leader Informed US of Plans
  Protests Rage in Sudan for a Second Day Against Military Takeover
Russia, China in First Joint Patrol in W. Pacific
  China 'May Be Drawn' Into US-Russia Nuclear Competition
  Taiwan Is a Top Issue for the CIA's New China Center
Saudi Airstrikes Kill 85 Houthis Around Yemen's Maarib
ISIS Gunmen Kill 11 in Attack on Eastern Iraqi Village
A Guide to US Appeal in the Assange Extradition Case
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item Americans Urge Diplomacy, Like Projecting Military Power, Too.  by Jim Lobe
item Biden's Unforced Taiwan Error  by Daniel Larison
item Israel Calls the Fight for Palestinian Rights 'Terror'  by Jonathan Cook
item 20 Years Later, It's Time to Move on From Mass Surveillance  by Ashley Gorski & Patrick C. Toomey

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Sisi Announces End of State of Emergency in Egypt
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Libya's Zawiya Oil Refinery Severely Damaged After Skirmishes, NOC Says
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Afghan Women Protest for Their Rights, Criticize International 'Silence'
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FCC Revokes China Telecom America's Authority to Operate in US
Pakistan Says It Is Ready to Consider Most of Islamist Group's Demands
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US National Security Advisor Met Representatives of Myanmar's Shadow Government
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North Korea Calls UN Rights Investigator Report 'Malicious Slander'
Israel, South Korea Collaborate on Deadly Drone Technology
Biden Administration Issues Sharpest Rebuke Yet to Israel Over Settlements
Israel Approves 1,300 Settlement Units, Approval for 2,862 More Expected This Week
Abbas: Palestine Will Take Action Against Israel's Designation of NGOs as Terror Groups
UN Says Israel Move Outlawing Palestinian Groups Unjustified
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Israel Unveils Its First Official Druze City
Iraq Daily Roundup: 22 Killed
Iraq Holds Iran Responsible for Drastic Decline in River Flow
Turkey 'Neutralizes' Five PKK Militants in Northern Syria
Iranian Firm to Rehabilitate Power Station in War-Torn Syria
Qatar's First Elected Legislature Opened by Emir in 'Historic Moment'
Qatar's Ruler Says Citizenship Laws to Be Amended, Slams Excessive Tribalism
Turkish Diplomacy With US Stopped Expulsion of 10 Western Envoys, Sources Say
Turkey, South Korea Sign Altay Tank Engine Deal
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US, Bahrain Conduct First Drone Drills in Persian Gulf
Iran Says Cyberattack Behind Widespread Disruption at Petrol Stations
Lebanon's Top Politicians Agree to a Solution for Political Tensions, Cleric Says
Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso's Silent Refugee Crisis
Soldier Admits Role in Killing of Burkina's Revolutionary Leader 34 Years Ago
Navy Puts Hospital Alongside US Military Stockpile in Norwegian Cave Complex
Norway Orders Joint Strike Missile for F-35A Fighters
Poland Plans 'Radical' Strengthening of Its Military
Poland's President Discusses Security With Visiting King of Jordan
Mexico Sends Troops Into Tulum After Shootout Kills Two Tourists
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