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Nagorno-Karabakh: The April Fool's War
Justin Raimondo on John Kerry's latest provocation
Israel's Embarassed Arab Allies
They'd have official peace, but for Palestine: Uri Avnery
Flashpoint for the Planet
Dilip Hiro on India and Pakistan's new nukes
 Nagorno-Karabakh Fighting Rages
Armenians rule out truce unless they get territory back
Nusra Front Gains Ground in N. Syria
Al-Qaeda group takes major arms cache from Hezbollah
Coroner: Medic's Shot Killed Palestinian
Autopsy bolsters military's push for manslaughter charge
 Blowback in Brussels
Dan McAdams on the intervention that caused the attack
AIPAC Vets the US Candidates
M.J. Rosenberg on Hillary's Israel diatribe
Boycott Israel!
Until they end the occupation, says Ramzy Baroud
Anbar Declared a Disaster Zone as 150 Killed in Iraq
by Margaret Griffis, April 02, 2016
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Iraqi lawmakers officially declared Anbar province a disaster zone.
At least 150 were killed and 11 were wounded:
At least four children died of starvation in occupied Falluja.
Militants killed a woman in Tarmiya​. A blast killed or wounded 13 militiamen.
A civilian was gunned down in Abu Saida.
In Yusufiya​, a bomb wounded seven soldiers​. Militiamen are leaving the are due to a cut in salaries. The effect from the withdrawal, reportedly, has been an increase in attacks from militants.
In Hit, clashes left 60 militants dead.
Strikes on Khalidiya killed 35 militants​.
Shelling left 29 militants dead in Makhmour​.
Twelve militants were killed in Nasser.
Security forces killed 11 militants in the Makhoul Mountains​.
Eight militants were killed and four were wounded during strikes on Rutba.
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Highlights
Nagorno-Karabakh: The April Fool's War
Justin Raimondo on John Kerry's latest provocation
Israel's Embarassed Arab Allies
They'd have official peace, but for Palestine: Uri Avnery
Flashpoint for the Planet
Dilip Hiro on India and Pakistan's new nukes
Breaking News
Nagorno-Karabakh Fighting Rages
Armenians rule out truce unless they get territory back
Nusra Front Gains Ground in N. Syria
Al-Qaeda group takes major arms cache from Hezbollah
Coroner: Medic's Shot Killed Palestinian
Autopsy bolsters military's push for manslaughter charge