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November 26th, 2015

French Reportedly Bomb School; 48 Killed Across Iraq Lawmaker Calls on Iraqi Government to Stop Ankara's Repeated 'Violations' of Iraqi Airspace
Conflicting Reports of French Strike on Iraqi School Killing 28 Students Battle for Iraq and Syria in Maps
Saudis to Behead Over 50, Including Top Shi'ite Cleric, as 'Terrorists' 101 Palestinians Killed in Clashes With Israel Since Oct. 1: Officials
Russia Threatens Economic Retaliation Over Turkey Attack Visiting Kunduz, a Taliban Target, Afghan Leader Urges Security Overhaul
Number of Migrants Illegally Crossing Rio Grande Rises Sharply Ecuador to Require Cubans to Get Entry Visas
Japan Ready to Submit Proposal for Australia Submarine Deal Cameron Challenged on Claim of 70,000 Moderate Syrian Fighters
Russia Says 'Wiped Out' Terror Groups Near Downed Plane Drone Pilots Have Bank Accounts Frozen by Feds for Exposing US Murder
Powers Open to 'Grand Coalition' Against ISIS Russia, France Agree to Increased Cooperation Against ISIS
Turkey Masses Tanks on Syria Border Amid Rising Russia Tensions Final IAEA Report Unlikely to Resolve Questions on Iran
Turkey Risks Sparking World War, Says Iraq's Maliki US Testing an 'Air Traffic Control System' for Drones
France's State of Emergency Could Lead to Abuses, Say Human Rights Groups France Appeals Directly for Britain to Join War Against ISIS in Syria
Terrorism Suspect Killed in Pakistan While Helping Police, Officials Say Iran's Nuclear Report Won't Be 'Black and White,' UN Official Says
Iran Offers Huge Potential as Final Frontier Economy China Military in Talks for Logistics 'Facilities' in Djibouti
French Soldier Dies From Injuries Suffered in Mali Bangladesh Says Kills Military Chief of Banned Islamist Group
Egypt Locks Up Lawyers in Islamist Fight Saudi Arabia Imposes Sanctions on at Least 12 Hezbollah Figures
Norway Advertises Stricter Asylum Rules in Afghan Newspapers After Uproar, German Town Warms to Refugees Who Took Over Church
China's Xi Says to Shake Up Military Structure in Reform Push Morocco Arrests Three Suspected ISIS Militants
Turkey's Erdogan Challenges Accusers to Prove It Buys Energy From ISIS Russia Cracks Down on Turkey Food Imports After Jet Downed
Lebanon Army Chief Sees Growing Risk From Syrian Camps Burundi Says US Sanctions on Officials, Others 'Scandalous'
Russian Defense Ministry Says Suspends Cooperation With Turkish Military: Tass Turkey Summons Russian Ambassador Over 'Physical Attacks' on Missions, Firms
Canada Giving C$100 Million to Help Address Syria Refugee Crisis More War, Diplomacy Not Seen Breaking Syria Stalemate
Suspected Boko Haram Attack Kills 16 in Niger Village Four Paris Suspects on Belgian Radicals List Before Attacks
Times of London Corrects Claim of UK Muslim Support for ISIS In Saudi Prison, Palestinian Artist Facing Death Says He's No Atheist
Brussels Mosque Alert Powder Turns Out to Be Flour Stranded Migrants in Clashes at Greece-Macedonia Border
Yemeni City Battered by Siege in Pivotal Battle of Civil War Obama Compares Syrian Refugees to Pilgrims on the Mayflower
Heat Grows on US for Independent Probe Into MSF Hospital Strike Israel Tests Missile to Defend Against Airborne Attacks
Former Iranian President Will Run in February Election Surge in French Police, Army Sign-Ups After Paris Attacks
Venezuela Opposition Figure's Killing Was Gangland Hit: President Caught Short, Belgian Army Borrows American Body Armor
US Soldiers in Syria to Back Anti-ISIS Kurds: Kurdish Sources 4 Killed in Gunfight Between Indian Army and Militants in Kashmir
Tunisia Leaders Urged to Rethink Anti-Jihad Strategy Nigeria: Boko Haram Cannot Be Crushed by December
Tunisia Detains 30, Identifies Bomber After Attack Polish Call to Scrap Nato-Russia Deal 'Extraordinarily Dangerous': Moscow
Russia and Ukraine in a Standoff Over Crimea Power Outage Former Algeria Counterterrorism Chief Jailed for 5 Years
Venezuela Opposition Challenging on Chavez Family Turf Killing Ramps Up Fears of Venezuela Poll Violence
Human Rights Advocacy Costs a Canadian a Shot at Miss World China to Build Up Presence in Djibouti Amid Military Overhaul
Russia Seeks Economic Revenge Against Turkey Over Jet Putin Says to Keep Cooperating With US-Led Coalition Over Syria
Saudi Arabia to Execute More Than 50 Convicted of Terrorism David Cameron Says Bombing ISIS in Syria Will Make UK 'Safer'
Bangladesh Shi'ite Mosque Attacked by Gunmen Brussels Threat Level Reduced
Putin: Turkey 'Knew Downed Fighter Jet Was Russian' Pakistan: Baloch Rebel Leader Allah Nazar Appears in New Video
North and South Korea Hold Rare Talks Aimed at Improving Ties Gao Yu: Chinese Journalist Released From Jail Over Illness
Two Held Over Mali Hotel Attack Syria Air Strikes Debate: David Cameron Challenged Over 'Magical' 70,000 Moderates Figure
Fifteen Killed in Russian Helicopter Crash in Siberia Israel Wants Google, YouTube to Censor Palestinian Videos
Russia 'Wipes Out' Syrian Rebels in Area Where Its Jet Was Brought Down Suspected Boko Haram Attack on Niger Village Kills at Least 18
German Government Defends Decision to Join Fight Against ISIS Turkey Would Have Acted Differently if It Had Known Jet Was Russian: Erdogan
Germany 'To Send Tornado Reconnaissance Jets' to Fight ISIS Hezbollah Says US, Saudi Sanctions Coordinated
Russia: No Turkish Imports, We Will Import From Israel Powers Move Towards 'Grand Coalition' Against ISIS
Colombian FARC Rebels Demand UN Monitors for Ceasefire Turkish Journalists Charged With Spying Over Weapons Report
Netanyahu's 'The Arabs Are Coming' - Not Incitement to Racism, Says AG Senior Air Force Commander: Israel Doesn't Need Russia's Permission to Fly Over Syria
Florida al-Qaeda Commander Was Betrayed by Mole Russia, France Agree to Tighten Cooperation Against ISIS
Ghost Sec, Anonymous Affiliate, Hacks ISIS Site on Deep Web With Viagra, Prozac Ad If You Keep Saying Saudi Arabia Is Like Isis, You Might Get Sued
These Armed Civilians Are Patrolling the Border to Keep ISIS Out of America Foreigners Restrict Movements in Bangladesh After ISIS Claims Killings
Pillow Fights at West Point Are Banned After Injuries Saudi Arabia to Execute More Than 50 for 'Terrorist Crimes'
Turkey Moves 20 Tanks to Its Border and Sends 18 Fighter Jets on Patrol as Russia Crisis Continues US Air Force Mq-9 Reaper Drone Crashes Near Bagram Air Field
Suspicious Powder Packages Found at Brussels Mosque

November 25th, 2015

As US Politicians Protest, Security Officials Brush Off Refugee 'Hysteria'

November 20th, 2015

Third Body Found at Site of Post-Paris Attacks Police Raid
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