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Assassinations Won’t Stop Iran’s Nuclear Program

Iran hasn't budged in the face of assassinations and public unrest, but continued demands for support in the fight against 'the forces of arrogance and evil' may prove difficult for the regime by: Zvi Bar'el Those who assassinated…
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US Service Member Suspected in Attack on Ammo Dump at American Base in Syria

AU.S. service member is under investigation by the military for allegedly carrying out an insider attack at an American base in Syria that injured four troops in April. The investigation, first reported by CNN, is being conducted by the…
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SDF Will Turn to Assad if Turkey Attacks in Syria

The United States-backed Syrian Democratic Forces have said that they will turn to the Syrian government for support if Turkey decides to launch a new military operation against them in northern Syria. The Kurdish-led SDF said after a…
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American Woman Who Led ISIS Battalion Pleads Guilty

Allison Fluke-Ekren Admits to Providing Military Training to Over 100 Women and Young Girls in Syria on Behalf of ISIS and Numerous Other Terrorist Acts A U.S. citizen pleaded guilty today in the Eastern District of Virginia to organizing…
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Iran’s Nuclear Chief Questions IAEA Impartiality as Censure looms

Tehran, Iran – Iran’s nuclear chief and other senior officials have questioned whether the global atomic watchdog is politically compromised, as Western powers, backed by Israel, introduce a resolution to censure Iran over its nuclear…
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Mike Pompeo Summoned by Court to Explain Alleged US Government Plot to Assassinate Julian Assange, say Spanish Media Reports

Mike Pompeo, former Secretary of State under President Donald Trump, has been summoned by a Spanish court to explain an alleged US government plot to assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, according to ABC Spain The alleged plot…