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Thursday, September 17, 2015
Taliban insurgents say that the family of late Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar has announced their support for Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour as his successor.
Lebanese police beat back, arrest protesters ahead of talks
Lebanese police beat back protesters and arrested several others who gathered in downtown Beirut Wednesday as a second session of dialogue between politicians got underway, the latest confrontations this city has seen over the country's summer trash crisis.
Two of 18 Turkish workers kidnapped by gunmen in Baghdad this month have been freed in the southern province of Basra, Turkish and Iraqi officials said on Wednesday.
Relative calm at contentious holy site in divided Jerusalem
Quiet returned to a contentious Jerusalem holy site Wednesday after three days of clashes between Muslims and Israeli forces at the hilltop compound and following a spurt of Palestinian attacks against Israelis that killed one citizen during a Jewish holiday.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Russian moves in Syria flummox US
WASHINGTON -- Russia's recent military buildup in Syria has perplexed the Obama administration and left it in a quandary as to how to respond, complicating Washington's efforts to both combat Islamic State extremists and assist moderate rebels trying to oust Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Israel's prime minister will convene an "emergency meeting" over recent Palestinian attacks, an official at his office said Monday, hours after violence broke out at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site for a second day in a row.
Israeli police clashed with Palestinian protesters Tuesday in a third straight day of unrest at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site.
Aqeela Asifi, who has dedicated her life to bringing education to Afghan refugee girls in Pakistan, was on Tuesday awarded the United Nations refugee agency's annual Nansen prize.
Putin defends military assistance to Syrian regime
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday strongly defended Moscow's military assistance to the Syrian government, saying it's impossible to defeat the Islamic State group without cooperating with Damascus.
At least 20 people were killed on Monday in two car bomb attacks in the northeastern Syrian city of Hasakeh, state television reported.
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