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The strikes risk igniting yet another war in the territory, which is ruled by the Islamic militant group Hamas and is home to about 2 million Palestinians.
By Fares Akram, Associated Press
When Iran fired missiles at Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops in early January, there were no fatalities, but weeks later, the Pentagon said 50 U.S. service members suffered traumatic brain injuries in the attack. Now questions are being raised about…
The Friday killing of Iran’s best-known military commander in a U.S. airstrike prompted an outpouring of grief in Tehran -- along with vows of vengeance. In the aftermath of Qassem Soleimani’s death, the country’s leaders and President Trump exchanged threats…
For two views on the latest developments in Iran and Iraq, Nick Schifrin speaks with Narges Bajoghli of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, author of “Iran Reframed: Anxieties of Power in the Islamic Republic,” and U.S. diplomat…
In Riyadh on Wednesday, Saudi Arabia showcased evidence it says proves Iran’s involvement in weekend airstrikes on two major Saudi oil facilities. Iran denies the claim, and given the strained relations between the two countries, how should the U.S. respond?…
News Wrap: Christmas Eve celebrated around the world; Airstrikes in Syria…
After Deadly Raid, How Can Pakistan, U.S. Ratchet Down Tensions?…
In other news, the markets rallied on the new jobs report released by the Labor Department and wildfires drove more than 20,000 people from their homes near Santa Barbara, California.
Margaret Warner recaps the latest developments on clashes between Pakistani military forces and Taliban fighters.
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