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Updated November 12, 2015 - 11:27 PM EST
43 Dead in ISIS-Claimed Beirut Twin Blasts
Obama Objections Stop War Authorization Vote
Free Syrian Army Faces Mass Desertions
  Israeli Airstrikes Reported Near Damascus Airport
  Saudis Spurn Russian Proposal for Solving Syrian War
Kurds Seize Highway Near Mosul in Offensive
  Iraq Claims Ramadi Gains, But Can They Retake ISIS-Held City?
  Security Forces Readying Major Operations; 110 Killed Across Iraq
Afghans Storm Palace After ISIS Beheadings
  US Troops Didn't Have Eyes on Afghan Hospital Before Attack
Turkish President Ignores ISIS, Stokes Civil War With Kurds
16 Killed in Benghazi as Libyan Troops Clash With ISIS
Egypt Media: Reports of ISIS Bomb a Western Conspiracy
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Who's Afraid of the Torture Report?  by Ashley Gorski & Noa Yachot
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