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Updated November 24, 2017 - 11:18 AM EST
Egypt Sinai: 230 Killed at Attack on Mosque
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Israel 'Cleansing' Palestinians From Greater J'lem
 
  Report: Trump Revealed Israeli Operation in Syria to Russian Envoy
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Iraq
ISIS Operation Launched in Western Desert; 15 Killed in Iraq
Iraq Launches Operation to Clear Desert Near Syria of ISIS
Iraqi Militia Indicates Will Hand Heavy Guns to Army After ISIS Quashed
UN Urges Iraq to Probe Troop Violations During Fight With ISIS
Syria
Russia Plans to Reduce Troops in Syria Before End of Year
Syrian Opposition to Form Delegation for UN Talks
Russia-Hosted Summit Could Be Decisive for Syria Peace: Erdogan
Assad Adviser Says Rebels Must Lay Down Arms: State Media
Iran Guards Ready to Help Rebuild Syria, Hezbollah Will Not Disarm
Russian Bombers Hit ISIS Targets in Syria: RIA
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Lebanon
PM Hariri Urges Lebanese to Put Country First
Hezbollah Parliament Group Calls Hariri Return Positive
Turkey
Turkey to Detain 99 Suspects in Widening Post-Coup Probe
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Iran
Iran Sees Its Rivals Uniting as Israel Talks Up Saudi Ties
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Israel/Palestine
Under-Fire Deputy Minister Sorry for Offending US Jews, but Doesn't Retract
US Jewish Leaders Lambast Israeli Deputy FM
Georgia
Soldier, Three Gunmen Killed in Tbilisi 'Anti-Terrorism' Raid
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Americas
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Afghanistan
Suicide Attack Kills at Least Eight in Afghanistan's East: Officials
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Koreas
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China
China Air Force Again Flies Round Taiwan, Over South China Sea
Australia Calls for US Engagement in Region Amid China Rise
India
Indian Journalist Sudip Bhowmik Shot Dead
India Outraged at Release of Mumbai Attack Suspect
Myanmar/Bangladesh
Myanmar, Bangladesh Sign Rohingya Deal
US Suspends Official Travel to Myanmar's Troubled Rakhine
Asia
Search Ends for Three US Sailors Missing in Navy Aircraft Crash in Philippine Sea
Pakistan's $10 Million Bounty Cleric Hafiz Saeed Released
Philippines President Likely to Return Police to Drugs War Soon: Spokesman
Zimbabwe
Mugabe Granted Immunity, Assured of Safety in Zimbabwe: Sources
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa Says Against Any Form of 'Vengeful Retribution'
Libya
Slave Trade in Libya: Outrage Across Africa
Libyan Government Says Investigating Migrant 'Slave Market' Reports
Sudan/South Sudan
Fighting Between Rebel and Army Kills 27 in South Sudan
Sudan, South Sudan Resume Border Demarcation Talks
Africa
China Grants Economic Aid to Djibouti, Site of Overseas Military Base
Chad Opposition Leader Released From Jail: Sources
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Ran HaCohen
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