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America Shall Be Judged By How We Leave Afghanistan — By Allies, Foes, and History

by : Angus King , NavyTimes In less than three months, the United States will withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan, ending our engagement in the longest war our nation has ever fought. Over the course of nearly 20 years, war…
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Human rights report: 91% of Gaza children suffer psychological trauma following Israel’s aggression

Nine out of ten children in the Gaza Strip currently suffer some form of conflict-related trauma after the Israeli military attack ended over a month ago, according to the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor (Euro-Med Monitor). A human…
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Saudi Arabia cherishes dialogue opportunity with Iran

Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisal Ben Farhan has spoken about Iran and Palestine in an interview with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica published on Saturday. The foreign minister stated that his country welcomes dialogue with Iran,…
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Iran denies links to attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq, Syria

Iran denied on Saturday U.S. accusations that Tehran supported attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria, and condemned U.S. airstrikes on Iranian-backed militants there, state media reported. On Tuesday, the United States told the U.N. Security…
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US updating evacuation plans for embassy in Afghanistan amid concerns for potential of escalating violence

US officials are actively updating emergency evacuation plans for the US embassy in Kabul, as concerns grow about the potential for escalating violence in the country while US troops near a complete withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to…
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Afghan pullout has U.S. spies reorienting in terrorism fight

The two-decade war in Afghanistan has given U.S. spies a perch for keeping tabs on terrorist groups that might once again use the beleaguered nation to plan attacks against the U.S. homeland. But that will end soon. The withdrawal of U.S. troops…