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April 18th, 2015

Iraq Force Retake Baiji Refinery; 158 Killed Across Country Egypt Army Kills 13 Extremists in Sinai
Northern Cypriots Vote for New President to Oversee Peace Talks North Carolina-Based Paratrooper Killed During Training at Fort Polk
Non-State Actors Pose Grave Threat, Says Afghan General Nine Gang Members Killed in Army Operation in El Salvador
Sale of US Arms Fuels the Wars of Arab States Russia-Iran Relationship Is a Marriage of Opportunity
Paul, Graham Clash on Foreign-Policy on US Campaign Trail Rand Paul Slams GOP Foreign Policy Hawks
Shocking Photos Shows Taliban Executing 3 Prisoners in Afghanistan Grenade Attack in Karachi's Motandas Market Injures Three
Six TTP Terrorists Killed in Karachi Police Encounter Afghan Parliament Approves Cabinet After Months of Stalemate
Libya Heavy Clashes in Central District, Suburb of Tripoli Yemen Government Rejects Iranian Peace Plan
DM Says Canadian Soldiers Will Not Be Training Nazi Sympathizers in Ukraine Yemen Grinds to a Halt as War Starves It of Gas
US Civilians and Veterans Leave Home for ISIS Fight With Help From Social Media Abbas Invites Israeli Arab Party Leader to Ramallah
Israel: the Settlers' Military Informant At Least 21 Killed in Fighting Near Libyan Capital
Anti-ISIS Former Syrian General Found Killed in Lebanon US-Philippines Wargames to Start Under China's Shadow
Top Saudi Cleric Says Yemen Operation in Line With Shariah Rules Bar Ban for US Troops in Philippines After Murder
Kashmiri Leader Yaseen Malik Arrested From Hunger Strike Venue Two UN Drivers Killed as Convoy Attacked in Northern Mali
At Least 27 Dead in Fighting in Yemen's Taez Iran Unveils Home-Made Air Defense System
Palestinians in West Bank Clash With IDF on 'Prisoners Day' IDF Network Reportedly Infiltrated by Hackers
Gaza Sailors Have a Lot of Bottle Ukraine Wants Global Court to Investigate Crimes in Crimea and East
Saudi Soldier Killed in Yemen Border Clash Iraq PM's Spokesman Resigns Over Pro-Saddam Song
Sudan Newspaper Quotes Governor as Saying Rebels Kill 136 2 Cuban Dissidents Up for Election in Unprecedented Vote
Yemen: After Hours at Sea, Chaos and Desperation Found Russia Denies German Report It Is Ready to Sign Gas Deal With Greece
Iraqis Unearth Mass Graves in City Where ISIS Ruled Five Abducted Shi'ites Beheaded in Afghanistan: Officials
Scientists Find Radioactive WW2 Aircraft Carrier Off San Francisco Coast Al Qaeda Taking Advantage of Yemen Turmoil, US Defense Chiefs Say
Bush Won't Cite Differences With Brother's Foreign Policy Rouhani Says Iran's Military Strategy Purely Defensive
UN: Assailants Attack Convoy, Kill 2, Wound 1 in North Mal Syrian Doctors Ask Russia to Help Unblock Medical Aid
Australia Foils Alleged Terror Attack for Gallipoli Centenary Yemen Militia Says It Is Besieging Rebels at Strategic Base
Mexico's 'New Generation' Cartel Takes Police Head-On Spanish Couple Arrested in Turkey, Accused of Jihadist Links
Palestinian Driver Deliberately Killed Israeli: Police US Charges Four Companies, Five People Over Alleged Tech Exports to Iran
Colombia's Santos Calls for Deadline on FARC Peace Talks One Dies in Kashmir After Police Fire on Protesters
Gunfire and Explosions Heard in Libyan Capital Israel Says to Transfer of Frozen Tax Funds to Palestinians
Al Shabaab Militants Kill Regional Somali Lawmaker in Capital Putin Says Ready to Work With United States
Assailant Opens Fire on Pro-Kurdish Party Office in Turkey Over 250,000 East African Refugees Trapped in Yemen
Iraqi Forces Retake Most of Iraq's Largest Refinery: Officials Ukraine Crisis: Rebel Leader Warns Truce 'Could Fail'
Six Released in Syria 'Terror' Probe Rand Paul Attacks Clinton and Names the Enemy of the US 'Radical Islam'
Afghan Suicide Bombing Blamed on Islamic State Kills 35 ISIS Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan Kills 33
CIA Stopped Miami Herald Scoop on Bay of Pigs Invasion Germany's Ramstein Airbase 'Heart' of US Drone Program
From Mostar to Sarajevo, Bosnian War Sites Turn Into Tourist Attractions Parting the Brown Sea: Sewage Crisis Threatens Gaza's Access to Water

April 17th, 2015

Aircraft Carrier That Survived Atomic Blasts Lies at Bottom of Pacific Police May Wear Body Cams, but Will Public See the Video?
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