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US: Iraqi Troops Not Ready to Move on Mosul
 
  Badr Brigade: Fallujah Will Be Stormed After Civilians Leave
  Mass Grave Near Fallujah; 487 Killed in Iraq
Israel Escalates Forced Transfer of Palestinians
 
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Fighting in Yemeni City of Taiz Kills 45 People
 
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Iraq
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