Internet Companies Should Respond to Extremist Exploitation
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Internet Companies Should Respond to Extremist Exploitation

EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. panel is calling for…

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When U.S. Strikes Go Wrong, Not All Civilian Lives Are Equal
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When U.S. Strikes Go Wrong, Not All Civilian Lives Are Equal

  WASHINGTON (McClatchy) — The unusual announcement by President Barack Obama last week that a U.S. strike…

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Al-Shabab Militants Kill 147 at University in Kenya
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Al-Shabab Militants Kill 147 at University in Kenya

TOM ODULA, Associated Press RODNEY MUHUMUZA, Associated Press KHALIL SENOSI, Associated Press GARISSA, Kenya (AP)…

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Syrian Rebels Launch Offensive on Government-Held City
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Syrian Rebels Launch Offensive on Government-Held City

RYAN LUCAS, Associated Press BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian rebels launched an offensive Tuesday against a…

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CIA Report Revives Legal Debate on Interrogation
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CIA Report Revives Legal Debate on Interrogation

ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — When the CIA sought permission to use harsh…

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Analysts: Al-Qaida Still Offers Olive Branch to IS
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Analysts: Al-Qaida Still Offers Olive Branch to IS

DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press BASSEM MROUE, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Al-Qaida is using U.S.-led…

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Report: Syria Rebel Infighting Kills 51 Fighters
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Report: Syria Rebel Infighting Kills 51 Fighters

BEIRUT (AP) — Fierce infighting between rival Islamic rebel groups in eastern Syria killed more…

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Most Kenyan Troops to Leave Kismayo, to be Replaced by Forces from Sierra Leone
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Most Kenyan Troops to Leave Kismayo, to be Replaced by Forces from Sierra Leone

NAIROBI, KENYA (AP) –  A Kenyan military spokesman says most Kenyan troops will soon leave…

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