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February 9th, 2016

Security Forces Finish Securing Ramadi; 285 Killed in Iraq Pentagon Spy Chief: Russia's Airstrikes 'Change Syria Calculus Completely'
ISIS Kills 10 in Suicide Bombing Against Damascus Police Thousands of Child Asylum Seekers Deported Back to War Zones, Home Office Admits
Australia Drops Charge Against Suspected Kurdish Militant Journalist Kidnapped in Southern Mexico Found Dead
US Intel Chief: 'Paranoid' Russia Pushing US Into Cold War Spiral Iraq Claims Full Victory in Virtually-Destroyed Ramadi
Angling for NATO Bases, Poland Commits More Troops to Middle East Syrian Airstrike Hits MSF-Supported Hospital Near Jordan Border
Officials Emphasize Wars on Record Budget Proposal US Sends Hundreds of Ground Troops to South Afghanistan as Taliban Gains Mount
Aden Woes Point to a Long War for Saudi Control of Yemen Legal Proceedings for Sgt. Bergdahl Halted Due to Classified Material
Trident: Getting Agreed Labour Position 'May Be Impossible' Russian Military Deployed Near Ukraine for Huge Exercises
Mali: Landmine 'Kills 3 Soldiers' in Central Mopti (Hardly Any) French MPs Back Emergency Powers Reform
Indian Police 'To Use Slingshots' Against Protesters Indonesia Imprisons Seven ISIS Supporters
US Intel Warns of Expansion of Terror Groups in Bangladesh Israeli Military Says Top Mission Is Countering Gaza Tunnels
Kurdish Leader Accuses Ankara of 'Massacre' in Flashpoint Town US Intelligence Chief Warns on Russian Moves
Zimbabwe Activist Jailed Over Mugabe Dairy Bomb Plot Hamas Fighter Killed in New Gaza Tunnel Collapse
Syria Air Strike Hits MSF-Supported Hospital, 3 Dead ISIS Car Bomb in Syrian Capital Kills 10
US Budget Proposes Scrapping Weapons-Grade Plutonium Disposal Project Controversial Trial of Islamic Opposition Opens in Tajikistan
Israel Locks Down Palestinian Village After Settler Stabbed Hoarding, Fuel Shortages Seen as Syrian Troops Near Aleppo
France, Germany Press Brussels on Terror Funding Crackdown Pentagon Seeks Funding for Libya, Africa Military Operations
Iraq's Ramadi Retaken, but Rebuilding It a Huge Task Iraq PM Calls for 'Fundamental' Change to Cabinet
New Probe Rejects Claim Missing Mexican Students Incinerated Two Corpses Found in Mexico After Apparent Abduction
PM Calls for Peace on Haiti's First Day With No President Death of Former Leader Poses Potential Problems for Nepal
South Korea Says Working With US, Japan on 'Strong' North Korea Sanctions US Troop Reinforcements Head for Embattled Southern Afghan Province
Slovak PM Says EU Will Either Control Migration This Year or Collapse Hong Kong Riot Police Fire Warning Shots in Bloody Street Clashes
EU's Tusk Says Russian Bombings Make Situation in Syria Even Worse Swedish Prosecutors Press for Assange Interview Despite UN Ruling
Protests Intensify in Iraqi Kurdistan Amid Economic Crisis Wave of Aden Killings Tests Gulf Role in Yemen
Lawsuit by Killer Breivik Prompts Soul-Searching in Norway Turkey Letting in Syrian Refugees in 'Controlled Fashion': Foreign Minister
ISIS Crucifies Civilian 'Spies' on Advertising Billboards in Libya Egyptian Policeman Who Killed Man in Custody Jailed for Eight Years
Sri Lanka War Crimes Investigation Must Be Impartial With or Without Foreign Judges: UN Official Turkish Soldier Killed in Operations Against PKK Militants
Poland, Courting NATO, Plans to Boost Middle East Military Involvement EU Eyes Shifting Some Development Funds Toward Tackling Migration Crisis
Kuwait Backs Alliances Against ISIS, but No Troops North Korean Shipping Firm Skirts UN Sanctions, Gets Port Access
Iraq's Troubled Finances Slow Efforts to Rebuild Ramadi North Korea May Get Plutonium From Restarted Reactor in Weeks: US
UN Fears for Hundreds of Thousands if Syria Troops Encircle Aleppo Iran to Become Strong Competitor to Russia on EU Oil Market: Official
Iran Wants to Be Paid in Euros, Not US Dollars Iraq Army Enters Last ISIS Stronghold in Ramadi
In Chaotic Iraq, ISIS Is Just One Challenge Among Many Wyden Hammers CIA Chief Over Senate Spying
ISIS, in a First, Says It Was Behind Attack in Syrian Capital US Officials: Russian Airstrikes Have Changed 'Calculus Completely' in Syria
Turkey Summons US Envoy Over Comments on Kurdish PYD in Syria Damascus Vows to Recapture Aleppo From Rebels
10 Killed in Syria Car Blast French Lawmakers Vote to Include Stripping of Nationality for Convicted Terrorists in Constitution
Russia Says It Has New Plan to End Syria War DoD Releases Military Intelligence Program Request for Fiscal Year 2017
Department of Defense Releases Fiscal Year 2017 President's Budget Proposal North Korea Satellite Achieves Stable Orbit: US Official
Israel's Army Chief: Soldiers Must Disobey Patently Illegal Orders Israel Summons Foreign Media to Berate Them Over 'Biased' Coverage
GOP Candidates Compete Over Who Will Commit Most War Crimes Once Elected Ethnic Cleansing: Iran-Backed Militia Seize Christian Neighborhoods in Baghdad
US Intel Chiefs Hype ISIS in Funding Push Netanyahu: We'll Surround Israel With Fences 'To Defend Ourselves Against Wild Beasts'
Meet Hijarbie: Barbie With a Muslim Makeover US to Send More Troops to Aid Afghan Forces Pressed by Taliban
Closing the Balkan Route: Will Greece Become a Refugee Bottleneck? Obama Sends Congress Record 4.1 Trillion 2017 Spending Plan
BDS Movement Faces Attack in Six State Legislatures Air Force Warns Airmen Against Talking Politics on Social Media
UK Lawmakers Say Proposed Spy Law Fails to Protect Privacy

February 8th, 2016

Troops Recapture Anbar Town; 120 Killed Across Iraq
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