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  Syrian Troops Kill at Least 50 ISIS Fighters East of Aleppo
  Turkey Demands Unconditional US Support To Fight Syrian Kurds
  Syrian Kurds Pose Quandry for US-Turkey Relations
  Tribesmen Back Down as ISIS Detains Dozens in Fallujah
US Strike in Libya Killed Two Hostages
  14 Killed as Libyan Army Attacks Benghazi
Peace Intifada Breaks Out, Nobody Injured
  Israel Dramatically Ramping Up Demolitions of Palestinian Homes
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Afghan Troops Pull Out of Strategic Helmand District
US Launches Trial of Suspected 'ISIS Sympathizer'
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