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Without a caliphate, ISIS is operating in the shadows. [Read More]
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Russia could act as a spoiler and help North Korea flout international sanctions, experts note. [Read More]
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Members of the international community want to save the deal, but the Trump administration could outsmart them. [Read More]
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The raids were conducted by around 150 police officers, who nicknamed their operation "Judgement Day," sources told Newsweek. [Read More]
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The three women arrested had been advocating for women's equality in Saudi Arabia. [Read More]
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The group used the messaging app WhatsApp to plan a terrorist attack in Brazil for Carnival. [Read More]
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It's the longest the border will have been open in years. [Read More]
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They admitted the tweet was "in poor taste." [Read More]
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He also contradicted his national security adviser John Bolton. [Read More]
Parents in middle-income countries are more likely to spend a higher number of hours with their kids on homework. [Read More]
The notorious hacker group has allegedly extorted hundreds of thousands of dollars from its victims. [Read More]
Kim Jong Un is threatening to pull out of the talks with Washington, and world leaders are worried about Trump's reaction. [Read More]
At least 60 people were killed during several days of protests, including a baby girl. [Read More]
Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent has been floated as a potential location for a meeting between Afghanistan's government and the Taliban. [Read More]
Jihadists are urging their followers to engage in "cyber jihad" for the holy month of Ramadan. [Read More]
Russia has long bragged about the advanced missile defense systems it has in place in Syria. [Read More]
The government officially took no responsibility for the list's publication, but most analysts agree that the list would not have been published without its approval. ... [Read More]
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