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November 25th, 2014

Australian Strikes Claim Militants; 229 Killed Across Iraq ISIS Offers Cash Rewards for Foreign Spies
Its Grip on Oil Weakening, Opec Will Meet on Prices North Korean Leader Assails American 'Aggressors'
UN Extends Help for South Sudan US to Leave More Troops in Afghanistan in 2015
Missouri Takes Harder Line, With National Guard Tripled UN: 12.2 Million Syrians Need Humanitarian Help
Islamic State Imposes a Reign of Fear in Iraqi Hospitals Iran Hardliners Slam Extension of Nuclear Talks, But Khamenei Approves
Canada DM Says Cost of Iraq Mission to Be Revealed Later ISIS Offers $5,000 Cash Reward for Foreign Spies
Dutch Authorities Release Teen Rescued by Mum After Marrying ISIS Militant ISIS Shows Training of Child Warriors as Young as 4; Two Men Stoned to Death for Being Gay
Malaysia Tables White Paper on Islamic Militancy; Says New Anti-Terror Law Needed Years of Bombings Have Iraq Changing Baghdad Security
Pentagon Denies US Soldier Was Among Eight Hostages Rescued in Yemen Israel's 'Jewish State' Bill Divides Nation
Pentagon Reiterates: No Arms to Ukraine With Hagel Gone, Does Anyone Really Want to Be Defense Secretary?
Syrian Airstrikes Kill 63 in ISIS City, More Than Half Civilians Key Provincial Capital in Iraq May Be About to Fall to ISIS
UN: ISIS Group Got Up to $45m in Ransoms France Pushing for 'Safe Zones' in Syria
Bahrain Police 'Raid Home of Top Shia Cleric' Hong Kong Police Spray Protesters, Arrest 80 in Bid to Clear Street
Iraq to Overhaul Baghdad Security to Stop Bombings Pakistan Military Says Jets Kill 20 Militants
Vietnam Warships Visit Philippines Amid South China Sea Dispute Libya's Rival Ruler Could Ban UN Envoy, Complicating Peace Talks
China Opens Separatism Trial for Students of Jailed Uighur Scholar Kenya Police Fire Teargas at Protest on Security at President's Office
Guantánamo Bay Fight Awaits Pentagon Pick France to Send Armored Unit to Poland for Exercises
Don't Shut Door to Dialogue With ISIS: Pope ISIS Fighters Battle Iraqi Forces Near Baiji Refinery
Bulgarian Forces Raid Homes and Mosque, Detain Prayer Leader Pentagon: No Arms for Ukraine's Military
South Sudan Warns UN That Sanctions Could Fuel Confrontation Street Protests in Burkina Faso Prompt Minister's Resignation
Mexico's Embattled Government Poised to Unveil Law and Order Measures Two Malian Soldiers Killed in Landmine Explosion
Libyan PM Says Government Responsible for Bombing Tripoli Airport Yemeni Forces Free Eight Al Qaeda Hostages; US Says No Americans
Canada Parliament to Merge Security Forces After Gunman Attack 25 Percent of Poles Believe Local Elections Were Rigged: Poll
Two Policemen Injured by Bomb at Shi'ite Village in Bahrain UN Committee Spotlights 'Highly Intrusive' Digital Spying
Kenya Bus Attack: Mandera Residents Flee to Army Base Hong Kong Police Arrest Activists After Mong Kok Scuffles
Colombia FARC Free Two Soldiers, Vow to Release General by Weekend France Suspends Delivery of €1 Billion Warships to Russia 'Until Further Notice' Over Ukraine Crisis
Syria's Southern Rebels Draw Up New Game Plan in Fight Against ISIS 'Make Thicker Walls': Terrorism Fears High as Drones Survey French Nuclear Reactors
Turkey Seeks More Police Authority Missouri Governor Adds 'Significantly' to National Guard in Ferguson
Israeli President Rivlin Comes Out Against Netanyahu's 'Jewish State' Bill Hezbollah Fighter, Two FSA Rebels Freed in Swap Deal
United States Working to Renew Oil Deal With Israel Syrian Government Air Strikes Kill 63 in Raqqa
US Charges Two Minneapolis Men With Conspiring to Support ISIS Denmark's Parliament to Vote on Palestine Recognition in January
Extremely Rare for Grand Jury Not to Return Indictment, Statistics Show Human Rights Groups Accuse Israel of Shoot-To-Kill Policy
Israeli State Prosecutor: Soldiers Have Right 
to Object to Phone Searches What's Behind Surge in Israel Violence? a Push to Let Jews Pray at Muslim Holy Site
Female Suicide Bombers Kill at Least 44 in Nigeria's Northeast Flournoy Drops Out of Race to Be Next Secretary of Defense
Iran Hardliners Round on Rohani but Supreme Leader Backs More Nuclear Talks Dutch Detain Three Men Suspected of Wanting to Join Militants in Syria: Prosecutors
Street Clashes Break Out as Hong Kong Clears Part of Protest Zone Ukraine Reports New Arrivals of Russian Supplies for Eastern Rebels
Does Netanyahu Have a Surprise Candidate for IDF Chief? Police Chief: Israel Erred in Letting Feiglin Visit Temple Mount
Canada Government Sites Taken Over by Hackers Ferguson's 'Tank Man' Sparks Comparison With Tiananmen
Lawmaker 'Long Hair' Among 80 Arrested Amid Clashes at Hong Kong Protest Site Jewish-Nation Bill Frays Israel's Delicate Social Fabric
Ferguson Grand Jury Documents Released by Prosecutor Two Blasts Hit Kabul, Seven Afghan Soldiers Wounded
Ferguson Goes Under No-Fly Zone, Preventing Aerial News Coverage of Protests France Postpones Decision on Delivery of Mistral Carriers to Russia
US to Leave More Troops Than First Planned in Afghanistan

November 24th, 2014

83 Killed as Peshmerga Ask Badr Brigades for Control of Iraq Town
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