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Egypt: Relations With United States in 'Turmoil'
Egypt's foreign minister said Wednesday that relations between his country and the United States are in "turmoil" following W...
Syrian Al-Qaida Branch Claims Suicide Attacks
A Syrian branch of al-Qaida on Tuesday claimed responsibility for what the group said were suicide attacks on security compou...
Syrian Regime Says it Has Russian Missiles
Syrian President Bashar Assad said the regime has received its first shipment of a sophisticated Russian anti-aircraft missil...
Syria Rebels Attack Aleppo Prison
Syrian rebels attacked the main prison in the northern city of Aleppo Wednesday with a pair of car bombs in an attempt to fre...
Syria Troops, Rebels Clash in Northern Damascus
Syrian government troops fought fierce battles with rebels on Wednesday for control of key neighborhoods in the north of Dama...
Group: Syrian Missiles Kill at Least 141 in Aleppo
At least 141 people, half of them children, were killed when the Syrian military fired at least four missiles into the northe...
Al-Qaida-Linked Group Claims Deadly Syria Blast
An al-Qaida-linked group fighting alongside Syrian rebels claimed responsibility Monday for a suicide car bombing that report...
Syrian Troops Repulse Rebel Attack in Aleppo
Syria's state media said Monday that government troops repulsed a rebel attack on a police school in the northern city of Ale...
Syrian Rebels Make New Push Into Damascus
Syrian rebels made a new push into Damascus on Wednesday, clashing heavily with troops in the rebellious suburbs of the capit...
UK Marines Accused of Murder Granted Anonymity
Five Royal Marines accused of a murder in Afghanistan have the right to remain anonymous during their trial because they coul...
Syrian Rebels Kill 28 Soldiers as Fighting Rages
Syrian rebels killed 28 soldiers in attacks on military checkpoints in northern Idlib province on Thursday, just hours after...
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Fighter Jets Could Fly Lower in Idaho, Nevada and Oregon
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Marine Corps Announces It Was Wrong -- Again -- on Iwo Jima Flag-Raising Photo
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