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Seven Iranian military boats harassed a U.S. patrol ship in international waters in the Persian Gulf over the weekend in yet another "unsafe and unprofessional" interaction, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
 
'Dozens choke' in Syria Aleppo after barrel bomb attacks
Dozens of people had to be treated for breathing problems in the Syrian battlefront city of Aleppo after regime helicopters dropped barrel bombs on a rebel-held district Tuesday, a monitor said.
 
Global charity attacked in deadly wave of Kabul violence
Militants attacked an international charity in Kabul Tuesday during an hours-long assault labelled a "war crime" by Amnesty, as the capital reeled from a wave of violence that killed at least 41 and wounded dozens.
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Deadly blasts rock Syria as US, Russia talks stall
Bombings claimed by the Islamic State group killed dozens in mainly government-controlled areas of Syria on Monday, as Washington and Moscow failed to agree a deal to stem the violence.
 
Tel Aviv building collapse leaves two dead, while five still trapped
The collapse of a building in Israel's commercial capital Tel Aviv killed at least two people and injured 23 others Monday, as rescuers tried to reach five people believed trapped under the rubble.
 
At least 26 fighters were killed in clashes on Monday between pro-government troops and rebels over control of an oil-rich region east of the Yemeni capital, military sources said.
 
Gunfire heard early Tuesday in Kabul after midnight attack
Gunfire was heard in Kabul early Tuesday, with security forces searching for attackers hidden in a building a day after twin bombings near the Afghan Defense Ministry killed at least 24 people and wounded more than 90 others.
 
Sculpture honoring fallen soldiers scandalizes Egyptians
A provincial governor in Egypt has ordered changes to a sculpture honoring fallen soldiers after many on social media said it appeared to depict an unwanted advance on a woman symbolizing the country.
 
Israel saw major traffic jams on Sunday after a political dispute over work on the Jewish day of rest led to the cancellation of trains, officials said.
 
'Dozens choke' in Syria Aleppo after barrel bomb attacks
Dozens of people had to be treated for breathing problems in the Syrian battlefront city of Aleppo after regime helicopters dropped barrel bombs on a rebel-held district Tuesday, a monitor said.
 
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