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  • The House votes for rules in the impeachment hearings. [Link]
  • Mike Maharrey explains Trump’s law enforcement surge is unconstitutional. [Link]
  • Steve Beigun has been named the number two at the State Department. Beigun will retain his duties negotiating with North Korea. [Link]
  • An independent UN investigator into human rights says the UK is putting Julian Assange’s life at risk with arbitrary detention. [Link]
  • Russia says it is too late to negotiate a replacement agreement to the New START Treaty. Russia says there is still time to extend New START. [Link]
  • Nine children were killed by a landmine in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. [Link]
  • The Islamic State confirms Baghdadi is dead and names Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Quraishi. [Link]
  • The US imposed sanctions on Iran’s construction sector. The US announced it would extend waivers on sanctions for 90 days for work on redesigning Iran’s nuclear facilities. [Link]
  • Turkey says it will send captured foreign ISIS fighters back to their home countries. [Link]
  • Twelve people were killed by a car bomb in a Turkish controlled area of northeastern Syria. The dead included Turkish backed rebels and civilians. Turkey blames Syrian Kurds for the attack. [Link]
  • Turkey releases 18 captured Syrian soldiers to Russia. [Link]
  • Iran signs contracts with Syria to rebuild the country’s power grid. [Link]
  • The Houthi claim to down a US made ScanEagle drone near the Saudi border. [Link]
  • The Islamic State claims responsibility for an attack in Mali that killed 53 soldiers and one civilian. [Link]
  • AFRICOM saus the US will begin armed and unarmed air operations in Niger. [Link]