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Human Rights Watch called Thursday for transparency from Iraq over its promised investigation of alleged abuses, including executions of civilians, by its forces during the recapture of Fallujah from the Islamic State group.
 
Syrian army declares 72-hour nationwide truce for Eid al-Fitr
The Syrian military declared a unilateral, three-day cease-fire for the entire country on Wednesday, with the start of the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holidays that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, state media reported.
 
Iraqi minister tenders resignation after deadly blast
Iraq's interior minister submitted his resignation on Tuesday as authorities sought to contain the fallout from a bombing in Baghdad that killed more than 200 people and triggered widespread anger.
 
IS tightens grip on women held as sex slaves
The posting in Arabic is chilling. A girl for sale: "Virgin. Beautiful. 12 years old ... Her price has reached US$12,500 and she will be sold soon."
 
Yemeni troops backed by a Saudi-led coalition recaptured an army headquarters adjoining Aden airport from suspected jihadists on Wednesday after an assault that killed 10 soldiers, the base commander said.
 
Anger flares after Saudi holy site bombing
Outrage spread on Tuesday after a deadly suicide bombing at Islam's second-holiest site in the Saudi city of Medina, one of three attacks in the kingdom on a single day.
 
At least six people were killed in a double car bomb attack Wednesday targeting a military base adjoining Aden international airport in southern Yemen, according to a military source who blamed jihadists.
 
Eid festival offers short respite from conflict
Mountains of dried fruit and cakes, golden saffron, pistachios and tea. Afghans are making ready for days of feasting, marking the end of Ramadan with traditions that have survived nearly 40 years of tormented conflict.
 
Islamist rebels and jihadists in Syria are guilty of war crimes, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday, accusing them of "a chilling wave of abductions, torture and summary killings."
 
Islamist rebels and jihadists in Syria are guilty of war crimes, Amnesty International said in a report Tuesday, accusing them of "a chilling wave of abductions, torture and summary killings."
 
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