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August 31st, 2016

4,245 Killed in Iraq During August Myanmar Peace Talks Begin, High in Symbolism and in Skepticism
UN Test Ban Head: Israel Should Ratify Treaty Within 5 Years Turkey Won't Accept Any Ceasefire With Syrian Kurds
Russia Echoes US Call for Turkey to Stop Attacking Syrian Kurds US, Russia Both Claim Credit for Killing ISIS Spokesman
Israel Approves Hundreds of Homes in West Bank Settlements Saudi Airstrike Kills 16 Relatives of North Yemen Imam
Kurdish Activists Call Turkey Hunger Strike Over Jailed Leader's Fate Libya's Stockpile of Toxic Chemicals Removed
Colin Kaepernick Receives Support From America's Military Veterans Philippine Leader Rejects Emergency Power Vs Extremists
Tunisia Police Kill Two Militants, Civilian in Raid After Army Ambush No Staying in the EU by the Back Door, Says Theresa May
Wary of Russia, Lithuania Builds Fake Town to Practice Warfare Last Remaining US Maker of Cluster Bombs Stops Production
UN Reports on Western Sahara Ceasefire Violations US Journalist Lindsey Snell Detained in Turkey
Bing Translation Error Connects ISIS With Saudi Arabia UN Envoy: Military Escalation in Yemen Is Fueling Extremists
130 Still Missing in Cameroon After Crackdown, Says Amnesty Trump to Receive Second Intelligence Briefing: Report
Tanzania's Opposition Suspends Pro-Democracy Demonstrations Venezuela Government, Opposition in Volatile Test of Strength
Kerry Says No Military Solution to South China Sea Dispute After Blast, China Tells Citizens in Kyrgyzstan to Avoid Going Out
Russia Calls on Turkey Not to Strike Syrian Kurds, Others Fighting ISIS Germany Investigating 64 Suspected Extremist Islamists in Armed Forces
Zimbabweans Ignore Strike Call, Organizers Blame State Intimidation Iranian Revolutionary Guard General Killed in Aleppo
US Designates Former Shabaab Leader Allied to ISIS as 'Terrorist' US Troubled by Gabon Events, Urges Restraint by Security Forces
Somalia: Death Toll in Mogadishu Truck Bomb Rises to 22 Iraq's Sunni Militias Recruit Mid-Teens to Fight ISIS
Syrian Rebels Advance Further Toward Government-Held Hama City: Monitor, Rebels Swiss Find Dead Pilot From Crashed Air Force Jet
Venezuela Protests Could Trigger New Stage in Political Showdown Bomb Blast in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley Kills One, Wounds 11: Red Cross
US Court Voids $655 Million Verdict Against PLO Over Israel Attacks Iran's Khamenei Says Need to Boost Offensive Military Capabilities
Turkish Interior Minister Quits, After String of Attacks Iranian Revolutionary Guards Arrest Another Iranian-American
Philippines' Duterte: Obama Must Listen to Me on Human Rights Venezuela Says Freezes Relations With Brazil Due to Rousseff Removal
Calm Seas, Libya's Lawless State Open Door for Migrant Flows Libyan Forces Prepare for Last Push Against ISIS in Sirte
Turkey Wants to 'Cleanse' Strip of Territory on Syrian Border US Resumes Scheduled Passenger Flights to Cuba After More Than 50 Years
Brazil's Rousseff Ousted by Senate, Temer Sworn In North Korea Executes Vice Premier in Latest Purge: South
US and Russia Both Claim Credit for Death of ISIS Spokesman Saudi Foreign Minister Says Houthis Will Never Rule Yemen
Israel, Iran, and Pakistan Said Cooperating on Landmark Science Project Ex-IDF General: We Have Elevated Occupation to an 'Art Form'
Israel Approves 463 Settlement Homes US Urges North Korea to Pardon and Release American Prisoner
Trump Says He, Mexican Leader Discussed Border Wall but Not Who Pays Israeli Military Shuts Palestinian Radio Station, Arrests Five Journalists
US: Retroactive Legalization Lets Israel Expand Settlements in a 'Potentially Unlimited Way' Gabon's President Bongo Re-Elected, Parliament Set on Fire
Pakistan to Acquire Eight Attack Submarines From China Obama Extends Libya War, Will Keep Warships Off Libyan Coast
Poland Slams Door on Chechnyan Refugees White House Congratulates Itself on Modest Refugee Milestone
Gabon: Ali Bongo Wins Re-Election as President Brazil's Rousseff Removed From Office by Impeachment Vote
Lieberman Denies Report That He Refuses to Negotiate With Hamas for Soldiers' Remains US Appeals Court Tosses Out $654 Million Verdict for Victims of Palestinian Terror Attacks
Turkey Won't Agree to Truce in Syria There's Almost No Chance Our Elections Can Get Hacked by the Russians. Here's Why.
Trump to Meet in Mexico With the Country's President Japanese Government Urges Another Increase in Military Spending
Passenger Jet Service From US to Cuba Starts Wednesday Does Killing Terrorist Leaders Make Any Difference? Scholars Are Doubtful
Encryption: FBI Building Fresh Case for Access to Electronic Devices Japan's Military Seeks Record Spending to Counter North Korea, China Moves
Iraq Blacklists Three Oil Tankers for Shipping Kurdish Crude FBI's Comey Proposes an 'Adult Conversation' About Giving the FBI Whatever They Want
US Washes Hands of Rights Violations at Okinawa Helipad Site US Expands Its Foreign Drone Sales to Canada
Air Force Opens the Door to All Enlisted to Fly Drones Donald Trump Wins Over Secretive 'Children of Israel' Megadonor
Congressional Democrats Call on FBI to Investigate Their Political Adversaries' Kremlin Ties US Strategy to Fight ISIS Has Set Off a New Conflict in Syria
Former Anti-Terror FBI Employee Now Finds Himself a Target Air Strike Kills 16 Members of Yemeni Imam's Family: Reuters Witness, Resident
Pakistan: Karachi Mayor to Run Office From Prison

August 30th, 2016

Civilians Beheaded; 27 Killed in Iraq
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