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US Airstrike in Somalia Kills about 60 al-Shabab Fighters
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US Leading Effort to Assign Blame for Syria Chlorine Attacks
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Syria War Photo Exhibit at UN Draws Opposition's Protest
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UN: Armed Group Detains 43 Peacekeepers in Syria
An armed group detained 43 U.N. peacekeepers during fighting in Syria early Thursday and another 81 peacekeepers are trapped,...
Obama: States Pledge 40,000-plus Troops to UN Peacekeeping
President Barack Obama announced notable steps to upgrade U.N peacekeeping, saying more than 50 countries have pledged to con...
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