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September 24th, 2016

Four Al Qaeda Members Killed in Suspected US Drone Strike: Officials

September 23rd, 2016

Obama Says He Learned About Clinton Server From 'News Accounts' Obama Used a Pseudonym in Emails With Clinton, FBI Documents Reveal
FBI Releases More Hillary Clinton Investigation Records UK Ramps Up Strikes; 16 Killed in Iraq
The US Military Is Using Controversial White Phosphorous in Iraq -- Again Four Dead at Shooting at Washington State Mall
Most of Clinton's Recovered Emails Will Be Released After Election Day Vp Says South Sudan Isn't a 'Dumping Place' for Peacekeepers
Over 300 Civilians Killed in Yemen Since Early August Ceasefire Ended US Drone Destroys Car in Eastern Yemen, Killing Three 'Suspects'
Syria Vows 'Comprehensive' Ground Invasion of Aleppo Erdogan Accuses US of Major Arms Shipment to Syrian Kurds
F-35a Catches Fire at Mountain Home Air Force Base Marine Corps Harriers Stand Down in Japan Following Crash
ISIS Sets Up Oil Moats to Complicate Invasion of Mosul US Commander: Roughly One Third of Afghanistan Not Under Govt Control
At Dems' Behest, US Investigates Trump Aide for 'Kremlin Ties' ISIS Builds 'Hell on Earth' Around Itself in Mosul, US Military Says
DR Congo Opposition Calls for More Protests Despite Recent Deaths At Least 162 Bodies Recovered From Egypt Migrant Shipwreck
Kerry Says US, Russia 'Evaluating Mutual Ideas' to Stop Syria Civil War Almost Diplomacy: US Ex-Officials, N. Koreans Quietly Meet
Wounds Heal Slowly in Colombian Town Engulfed by Rebels Afghan Peace Deal With Warlord an 'Encouraging' Step: US General
US General: 10 Percent of Afghanistan Under Taliban Control Imam in NY Bombing Suspect's Hometown Speaks Against Violence
Mexico Wants 5th Analysis of Dump in Missing Students Case US Lawmakers Want Speedier Release of bin Laden Documents
3 Al-Qaeda Suspects Killed in Drone Strike in Yemen UK: British Warplanes Bomb ISIS to Support Iraqi Push on Mosul
North Korea Vows in UN Speech to Strengthen Nuclear Forces Iraq Oil Fires Could Jeopardize Mosul Mission
Syria Prepares for Ground Invasion of Aleppo Nicaragua Rejects US Bill for Loans With Strings Attached
UN Agency Snubs Taiwan, Recognizing Beijing's 'One China' Bomb Kills Three Thai Police Officers in Southern Ambush
Russia and Pakistan to Hold First Joint Military Exercise Turkey's Erdogan Says US Sent Weapons to Kurdish Fighters in Syria
Mali Leader Warns UN: Qaeda, ISIS Gaining Ground in Country Bolivia's Morales Accuses Chile of Restricting Access to Ports
Kenya Charges Radical Muslim Cleric's Widow Over Police Attack Kerry Says US, Israel Can Still Achieve Progress Towards 2-States in Coming Months
Libyan Oil Port Takeover Gives Edge to Eastern Commander Syrian Military Source Says Army Not Targeting Civilians in Aleppo
Morocco, Seeking Support for W. Sahara Plan, Asks to Rejoin African Bloc UN Urges US, China, Others to Ratify Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
More Than 130 Bodies Recovered From Migrant Boat Capsize Off Egypt EU Drops Myanmar Rights Resolution, Citing Progress Under Suu Kyi
Turkish Cleric Calls for International Body to Examine Coup Charges US Says Thaad Not Negotiable, but Confident on North Korea Sanctions
Mideast Quartet Warns That Israeli Settlements Eroding Two-State Solution Clashes in Central Congo Kill at Least 13
Colombia's FARC Rebels Ratify Peace Accord to End 52-Year War Syrian Airstrikes Pound Aleppo, at Least 91 Killed
Netanyahu Calls UN 'Moral Farce,' Says Israel Will Not Accept Any Dictates The Surprising Link Between a Former Israeli Defense Minister, a German Spy and a Mystery Trust Fund
Turkish Man Faces 'Subliminal Coup' Trial Obama Vetoes 9/11 Victims Bill, Congressional Override Looms
US Intel Officials Probe Ties Between Trump Adviser and Kremlin The Sudden Death of UK's Nuke Chief, Suspected of Spying for Israel's A-Bomb Program
Over 300 Civilians Have Been Killed in Yemen Since August, UN Says US Marines Call Off Beach Assault to Protect Endangered Turtles in Marianas
Second Sailor 'Under Review' for Refusing to Stand for Anthem Punished for Suicide Attempt, Chelsea Manning Sentenced to Solitary Confinement
Britain Increases Aid to Yemen While Selling Arms to Saudis - Who Are Bombing Yemen India Signs $9bn Deal to Buy French Fighter Jets

September 22nd, 2016

Pilot From Lake City (FL) With 6 Children Dies in California Spy Plane Crash Pentagon Seeks 500 More Ground Troops in Iraq for Mosul Invasion
The Deadly Business of War-Zone Medical Care
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