Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam

by Nick Turse Nick Turse (born 1975) is an American investigative journalist, historian, and author. He is the associate editor and research director of the blog TomDispatch and a fellow at The Nation Institute. Americans have long…
United Nations: In Two Weeks, Four Palestinians Were Killed by The Israeli Army, 300 Injured, and 55 Structures Demolished
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United Nations: In Two Weeks, Four Palestinians Were Killed by The Israeli Army, 300 Injured, and 55 Structures Demolished

In just two weeks between August 16 and September 1, the Israeli army killed four Palestinians, one of them succumbed to earlier wounds, detained at least 250 others, and demolished 55 Palestinian-owned structures in the occupied West Bank…
Talks in Baghdad
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Iraq PM Hosts US Delegation for Talks in Baghdad

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi met US Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs Barbara Leaf for talks on the country's political crisis Sunday. At least 30 people were killed and over 400 wounded last week after supporters…
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Iran To Consider “Other Options” If West Delays Nuclear Agreement: Lawmaker

A senior Iranian lawmaker on Sunday urged Western countries to refrain from delays in reaching a nuclear agreement, warning that otherwise, Iran would consider "other options." Mahmoud Abbaszadeh Meshkini, a member of the Iranian Parliament's…
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Col. Richard Black: U.S. Foreign Policy Heading in Radical Direction

Colonel Richard Black, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Army JAG Corps for over 30 years, has become a stentorian voice criticizing U.S. government foreign policy, especially towards countries like China, Syria, Russia and Ukraine."Some…
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US Troops Are Still Under Fire in America’s ‘Forgotten War’

Many Americans were reminded last week that the United States remains actively engaged in military combat overseas. But this conflict is not in Afghanistan, where the US withdrew its forces last August. Nor is it in Ukraine, where President…