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By Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
Authorities launched an international search Sunday for a suspect wanted in connection with the wave of coordinated terror attacks that hit several locations in Paris on Friday, killing at least 129 people.
By Elisabeth Ponsot
CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait — U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter convened an extraordinary war council Monday on Iraq's doorstep, six days after taking office, to discuss the nitty-gritty of the administration's oft-criticized strategy for countering the Islamic State militant group and…
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
Within days of a military defeat, the group would release images of more beheadings - at least nine over six weeks - of Western journalists, aid workers and Muslim soldiers. The tactic signals that even as the Islamic State group…
By Lara Jakes, Associated Press
A 21-minute video said to show Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the Islamic State group, was reportedly filmed on Friday in Mosul. The identity of al-Baghdadi could not be independently confirmed by news organizations. Saad Maan of the Iraqi…
By PBS NewsHour
News Wrap: Iraq strikes back against al-Qaida militants holding Ramadi, Fallujah…
U.S. rushes to bolster Iraq with drones and missiles in fight against militants…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Iranian parliament officially endorsed President Hassan Rouhani's effort to open dialogue with the West on that country's nuclear program. Also, new footage from last month's Nairobi mall attack shows only four men carrying automatic…
While the Kenyan authorities have announced the end of the siege at a Nairobi mall, troops there still face work of clearing and searching the area. Judy Woodruff talks to Nicholas Kulish of The New York Times, who explains the…
Kenyan Government Claims It Has 'Control' in Deadly Standoff With al-Shabab…
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