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US Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) questions Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a Senate Foreign R
Sen. Menendez: Resolve 9/11 claims or Sudan bill can't pass

A US government official said on Monday that Sudan’s designation as a state sponsor of terror was likely to be removed in the coming days.

China's thinly veiled maritime attack on Northern Europe

China is going to use maritime security assistance and cooperation as a pretext for bringing Coast Guard vessels and then more threatening naval vessels to operate in the region.

Could Assad’s regime make a ‘deal’ with the Trump administration?

It would be a major reversal for the Trump administration to make any kind of arrangement with Damascus.

How the end of the arms embargo disastrously splits Iranian terror, nukes

There is no debate that after the nuclear deal, Iran promoted terrorism as much or more in the Middle East and globally as before.

US President Donald Trump gestures while boarding Air Force One as he departs Washington for campaig
Twitter removes tweet by Trump COVID-19 adviser as US cases rise

Atlas has downplayed the wearing of masks, a coronavirus containment measure that has been widely endorsed by health experts but not enthusiastically promoted by the president.

Israel, Bahrain sign peace statement in Manama

The flight, number 973 like Bahrain’s country code for phone calls, is the first El Al flight to Manama.

UN arms embargo on Iran ends

US instituted sanctions as other JCPOA signatories rejected extending embargo.

Pro-Iranian militias accused of attack on Kurdish party, civilians in Iraq

The militias are actually part of an official government paramilitary force, but they have so many brigades and units that they behave like a shadow state.

In Pennsylvania, two Jewish female candidates are running for 7th district

The first question of the debate they had was about the US-Israel relationship.

Houthi troops ride on the back of a police patrol truck after participating in a Houthi gathering
US citizens released by Iran-backed Houthi rebels in prisoner swap

The United States welcomed the release of two US citizens, Sandra Loli and Mikael Gidada, from Houthi custody and said the remains of Bilal Fateen would also be repatriated.

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