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US Kills ISIS Leader Baghdadi in Saturday Raid
  Trump Describes Al-Baghdadi Dying in US Operation
Dozens Killed, Thousands Hurt in Iraq Protests
SecDef: US Forces to 'Protect' Syrian Oil Fields
  Syrian Govt Says Turkey Attacked Their Troops in Northeast
  Erdogan Calls on US to Hand Over Kurdish Commander Abdi
US Sends B-1 Bombers for Buildup in Saudi Arabia
  Yemen Govt and Southern Separatists Agree to Power-Sharing Deal
Russian Gun Activist Maria Butina Headed Home
95 Demonstrators Injured in Gaza Protests
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