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Syrian refugees are seen outside their makeshift tents at an agricultural field where they set camp in Saadnayel in the Lebanese Bekaa valley on December 12, 2012. News
'Brink of Catastrophe' as Trump Muslim Ban Keeps Refugees in Limbo
"These are families who put their trust in the United States at their most desperate hour."
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Amnesty International Marks Nakba Day With Palestinian Refugees' Testimonies Detailing 'Seven Decades of Misery'
"There can be no lasting solution to the Palestinian refugee crisis until Israel respects Palestinian refugees' right to return."
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Replicating Regime Change Playbook, Pompeo Says US Obligated to 'Take Down' Hezbollah in Venezuela
"It's no coincidence that this seems copy/paste from Bush's lies to justify his wars."
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After Russian Military Aircraft Shot Down Near Syria, Russian Claims Israel 'Deliberately Staged This Provocation'
Fifteen airmen were killed by anti-aircraft from closed ally Syria, but Russians are blaming Israel for knowingly creating the dangerous situation
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No "Peace Process" Exists to Destroy, But Trump's Jerusalem Decision Dangerous as Hell
Direct violations of international law are nothing new when it comes to U.S. policy towards Israel. What is new, however, is the deliberately provocative, reckless nature of Trump's decision despite the various and far-reaching risks
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U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Mohammed bin Salman, Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in the Oval Office at the White House, March 14, 2017 in Washington, D.C. News
Saudi Crown Prince 'Hungry for War' and Trump Seems Perfectly 'Eager to Comply'
"Saudi Arabia has Trump exactly where they want him," argued one expert
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The Fall of Aleppo
In a rapid offensive lasting less than a month, forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have recaptured the last opposition enclave in east Aleppo. On Monday evening, the army cleared street after street as artillery and air strikes pounded rebel positions northeast of Ramouseh district...
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Forget Halloween: There's Plenty of Real-Life Horror in the Middle East
For many across the region, horror and fright constitute a permanent condition rather than a source of controlled entertainment
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The Many "Truths" on Syria: How Our Rivalry Has Destroyed a Country
"The United States has the power to decree the death of nations," wrote Stephen Kinzer in the Boston Globe. Kinzer's article was entitled: " The media are misleading the public on Syria ." In his piece, the scholar at a Brown University Institute contested that his country's media misinformation on...
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When States Dream, Is Syria Their Nightmare?
Syria is emerging as a metaphor for the fragmentation and chaos that the modern world barely contains
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