Charlie Hebdo Criticized for Dead Syrian Toddler’s Cartoon
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Charlie Hebdo Criticized for Dead Syrian Toddler’s Cartoon

(Business Standard) – French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has been criticised for publishing a cartoon…

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Taking in More Refugees Won’t Solve the Syrian Crisis
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Taking in More Refugees Won’t Solve the Syrian Crisis

(Sydney Morning Herald) – In the last week, heart-wrenching photographs of dead children on Europe’s…

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U.S. Urged to Do More as Britain, France Offer to Take in 44,000 Syrian Refugees
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U.S. Urged to Do More as Britain, France Offer to Take in 44,000 Syrian Refugees

(New York Daily News) – France and Britain offered to welcome a combined 44,000 Syrian…

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Image of Dead Child on Beach Haunts and Frustrates the World
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Image of Dead Child on Beach Haunts and Frustrates the World

TAMARA LUSH, Associated Press The photo of the dead 3-year-old Syrian boy on a Turkish…

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Europe Migrant Crisis: How Are Countries Coping?
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Europe Migrant Crisis: How Are Countries Coping?

  (BBC) – Europe’s migration crisis affects EU member states in different ways – so…

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Migrant Crisis: EU Asks States to Accept 40,000 Asylum Seekers
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Migrant Crisis: EU Asks States to Accept 40,000 Asylum Seekers

(BBC) – The European Commission has called on EU member states to take in 40,000…

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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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Turkey, U.S. to Finalize Syrian Rebel Training This Month: Official
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Turkey, U.S. to Finalize Syrian Rebel Training This Month: Official

  ANKARA, Turkey (Reuters)—Turkey and the United States aim to finalize an agreement on equipping…

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WHO: One Million People Wounded, Diseases Spreading in Syria
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WHO: One Million People Wounded, Diseases Spreading in Syria

  (Reuters) – One million people have been wounded during Syria‘s civil war and diseases are…

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Islamic State Recruits Broadly, Not Just Fighters
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Islamic State Recruits Broadly, Not Just Fighters

ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press SADIE GURMAN, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — As it looks to…

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