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U.S., Turkey agree to create ISIS-free zone in Syria

The U.S. and Turkey agreed to establish a zone in northern Syria that is free from the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, a U.S. official...
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Suicide, car bombings in Nigeria, Somalia kill 15

A girl suicide bomber attacked a market in Yobe State, Nigeria killing 19 people while a car bomb explosion in Mogadishu, Somalia killed six people on...
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Defense Secretary Ashton Carter in surprise visit to Iraq ahead of Anbar siege

Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter on Thursday made his first trip to Baghdad since assuming his post in February as Iraqi troops trained by Americans...
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Chadian torture victims face former president

Almost a quarter of a century after thousands of Chadians were allegedly imprisoned, killed and tortured during the rule of former president Hissè...
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Gunman opens fire inside Louisiana theater killing 2, then shoots self

A 59-year-old man opened fire inside a Louisiana theater Thursday evening killing two moviegoers and wounding nine others before shooting himself dead...
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OK police arrest 2 teens after finding 5 bodies, 2 kids in home

Police in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma found five bodies, one wounded child and an unharmed child in an apartment on Wednesday night and arrested two teenag...
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Federal jury indicts Dylann Roof for deadly hate crime

A Columbia, South Carolina jury indicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof on 33 charges, including hate crime on Wednesday.
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Suspected British terrorist charged over plot to kill U.S. soldier in U.K.

British authorities have arrested and charged a 24-year-old man from Luton on suspicion of plotting to kill American military personnel in the U.K., a...
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U.S. airstrike hits Afghan army outpost, kills 10 soldiers.

Two U.S. helicopters bombed an Afghan Army outpost in Afghanistan apparently by mistake killing 10 soldiers and wounding five others on Monday.
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Obama defends anti-war nuclear deal with Iran

President Barack Obama on Wednesday defended the nuclear deal with Iran saying there would be more war in the Middle East without it.