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Israel Heading to Elections, Lapid to Become PM
US, Allies Plan for Long War on Russia in Ukraine
  Ukraine Parliament Passes New Laws To Purge Russian Culture
  Lithuania Enforces EU Sanctions on Goods to Russia's Kaliningrad
  Ukraine Claims It Used US Harpoon Missiles To Sink Russian Tugboat
US Senators Say New Iran Deal Unlikely
  Iran Drops Call for IRGC Delisting To Be Part of Nuclear Deal
Macron To Lose Parliamentary Majority in Stunning Upset
Colombia Elects Ex-Guerrilla as First Leftist President
Iraq's Sunnis, Kurds Urge Sadr To Rejoin Political Process
Energy Secretary Says Biden Will Meet With MbS in Saudi
What Happens if Ukraine Fatigue Sets In?  by Doug Bandow
Sanctions on Syria Aren't Punishing Assad. They're Hurting Syrians.  by Natalie Armbruster
Biden's 'Summit of the Americas' Showcases Failed Cold War Worldview  by William LeoGrande
item Free Assange? Yes, but That's Not Nearly Enough.  by Thomas Knapp
item The Problem With Going to Saudi Arabia  by Ted Snider
item Biden Administration Continues to Disregard the Palestinian People  by Mitchell Plitnick

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Murder of Shireen Abu Akleh
Memorial Marks 40 Days Since Killing of Al Jazeera's Abu Akleh
Palestinian Authority Calls on Israel to Hand Over Gun Used in Abu Akleh Killing
NPR Airs Shireen Abu Akleh Family's Demand for US to Investigate Her Killing
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Israel Targets Gaza With Multiple Air Strikes Following Rocket Fire
Israeli Soldiers Kill Palestinian Worker Near Qalqilia in West Bank
Israeli Settlers Attack, Injure Elderly Palestinian Man in West Bank
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Two Palestinian Protesters 'Deliberately' Hit by Scooter in Tel Aviv
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Seven Dead as Clashes Erupt in Northern Syria
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Syrian Opposition Praise Results of Astana Peace Talks
SDF Denies Rumors of New ISIS Prison Breakout
Turkey Plans to Build 240,000 Houses in Northern Syria
Syrian Desert Monastery Seeks Visitors After Years of War
Syrian Leader Receives Credentials From Bahrain Ambassador
Turkey Reiterates No More High-Level Strategic Council Meeting With Greece
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Middle East
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Iranian Fighter Jet Crashes, No One Killed
Four Soldiers Killed in Yemen Clashes as Taiz Siege Lingers On
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Tunisian Judges Extend Strike Against President Saied's 'Interference' With Courts
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One Killed, Several Injured as Protests Continue in Sudan
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Two Nigeria Churches Attacked; Worshippers Killed, Abducted
Senegal Opposition Leader Gives 'Ultimatum' to President After Deadly Clashes
State Controls Just 60 Percent of Burkina Faso: ECOWAS Mediator
Russia-West Tensions Inflame UN Debate on Mali Peacekeepers
ISIS Gains Ground in the Sahel as Massacres Accumulate
DR Congo Welcomes Deployment of Regional Force, Excluding Rwanda, to Fight Rebels
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Ukraine Governor: Russia Sending Large Number of Reserve Troops to Sievierodonetsk
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Ukraine Intensifies Strikes Against Russian-Controlled Areas
Russian Missiles Destroy Fuel Depot in East Ukraine Town, Billing 1
Russia Advances in Battle for Key Eastern Ukraine City
Ukrainian Embassy Slams Israel for Not Treating Wounded Troops
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African Union Chief Urges EU to Ease Food Payments Sanctions to Russia
Germany to Limit Use of Gas for Electricity Production
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Mexican Marine Arrested for Killing Two Fellow Marines, Civilian
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Ray McGovern
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Patrick J. Buchanan
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