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Lebanon’s Hariri returns to Beirut amid resignation saga
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Afghan leaders in Helmand criticize U.S. airstrikes on Taliban drug labs
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Report details Zetas total control over Mexican prison
Washington Post •  Ap, Maria Verza 
The Pentagon's hurricane relief effort in Puerto Rico is nearly over, but these missions remain
Washington Post • Dan Lamothe
Trump's New North Korea Sanctions: Peters Says 'Monetary Solution Is Better Than War'
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Mugabe leaves legacy of economic ruin, upheaval in Zimbabwe
Washington Post • Andrew Meldrum ,  Ap
Russian lawmaker detained in France in tax fraud case
Washington Post • Associated Press
Greece submits last bailout budget but austerity continues
ABC News
Rapper Nelly is to perform in Saudi Arabia. Only men are allowed to attend.
Washington Post • Adam Taylor
Jubilation in Harare's streets as Mugabe resigns
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Lebanon’s Hariri returns to Beirut amid resignation saga
Washington Post Ap, Hamza Hendawi , Philip Issa
Saad Hariri returned to Lebanon late Tuesday for the first time since he stunned his country by announcing from Saudi Arabia that he was quitting as prime minister more than two weeks ago.
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International Security, World Politics
Afghan leaders in Helmand criticize U.S. airstrikes on Taliban drug labs
Washington PostPamela Constable
Gen. John W. Nicholson, commander of Resolute Support forces and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, at a news conference in Kabul on Nov. 20. (Mohammad Ismail/Reuters) You’re all set! See all newsletters false The story must be told. Your subscription supports journalism that...
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International Security, World Politics
Report details Zetas total control over Mexican prison
Washington Post Ap, Maria Verza 
Officially it was a Mexican prison, but inside it hid another reality: a center of operations where the Zetas drug cartel modified vehicles, manufactured uniforms, locked up kidnapped victims and cremated bodies using diesel fuel.
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Defense Policy, International Security
The Pentagon's hurricane relief effort in Puerto Rico is nearly over, but these missions remain
Washington PostDan Lamothe
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International Security, Russia
Trump's New North Korea Sanctions: Peters Says 'Monetary Solution Is Better Than War'
Fox NewsFox News Insider
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) said on Fox Business Network that the Trump administration is taking an "important" step by imposing new financial sanctions on North Korea. The latest round of sanctions targets Chinese firms who are still doing business with Pyongyang....
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International Security, World Politics
Mugabe leaves legacy of economic ruin, upheaval in Zimbabwe
Washington PostAndrew Meldrum ,  Ap
From widely acclaimed liberator of his nation to despotic dictator, Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule of Zimbabwe has been one of Africa’s most controversial and influential.
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Russian lawmaker detained in France in tax fraud case
Washington PostAssociated Press
French police have detained a Russian lawmaker as part of a probe into suspected laundering of tax fraud proceeds.
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Greece submits last bailout budget but austerity continues
ABC News
Greece's government is promising bailout lenders continued austerity and high primary budget surpluses in its 2018 budget _ the last under eight years of international rescue programs ]
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Rapper Nelly is to perform in Saudi Arabia. Only men are allowed to attend.
Washington PostAdam Taylor
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Jubilation in Harare's streets as Mugabe resigns
Washington PostMax Bearak
People wave Zimbabwean flags in the streets of Harare after the resignation of President Robert Mugabe. (Marco Longari/AFP via Getty Images) You’re all set! See all newsletters false The story must be told. Your subscription supports journalism that matters. Try 1 month...
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