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Gunmen kill 10, including Canadian, in attacks on police
Gunmen assaulted Jordanian police in a series of attacks Sunday, including at a Crusader castle popular with tourists, killing seven officers, two local civilians and a woman visiting from Canada, officials said. Several armed men were reported barricaded inside the castle after nightfall, hemmed in by special forces soldiers.
 
350 people leave rebel-held Aleppo despite halted evacuations
Some 350 people were able to leave a rebel-held pocket of east Aleppo on Sunday, a medical official said, despite the official postponement of evacuations of civilians and fighters from the devastated Syrian city.
 
48 Yemeni soldiers dead in IS-claimed bombing
A suicide bomber from the Islamic State group killed at least 48 Yemeni soldiers in Aden Sunday, the latest in a string of deadly attacks against recruits in the country's second city.
 
Dozens of buses began entering the last rebel-held parts of Aleppo on Sunday to resume the evacuation of thousands of increasingly desperate trapped Syrian civilians and rebels.
 
Clashes in the West Bank
Palestinian mourners carry the body of Ahmed Rimawi, who was shot and killed during clashes with Israeli forces the day before, during his funeral in the northern West Bank town of Beit Rima, near Ramallah on Sunday, Dec. 18.
 
Thousands leave Aleppo under rebel withdrawal deal
Thousands of civilians and rebels left Aleppo on Thursday under an evacuation deal that will allow Syria's regime to take full control of the city after years of fighting.
 
Thousands leave Aleppo under rebel withdrawal deal
Thousands of civilians and rebels left Aleppo on Thursday under an evacuation deal that will allow Syria's regime to take full control of the city after years of fighting.
 
First evacuations from rebel-held east Aleppo begin
A convoy of ambulances and buses left rebel territory in Aleppo on Thursday in the first evacuations under a deal for opposition fighters to leave the city after years of fighting.
 
Aleppo cease-fire collapses, air raids resume
A cease-fire deal between rebels and the Syrian government in the city of Aleppo effectively collapsed on Wednesday, with fighter jets resuming deadly air raids over the opposition's densely crowded enclave in the east of the city.
 
BREAKING: Aleppo rebel evacuation back on: Syria military source
A new agreement has been reached for the evacuation of rebel fighters from the last pocket of territory they control in Aleppo, a senior Syrian military source told AFP Thursday.
 
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