The Hidden Toll of American Drones in Yemen: Civilian Deaths
In an examination of drone strikes this year alone, AP found that at least 30 of the dead likely did not belong to al-Qaida.
Cost to Oust ISIS from Mosul: Over 9K Civilians Dead
Between 9,000 and 11,000 people were killed in the nine-month battle to liberate Mosul from ISIS.
Egypt Reeling from Attack on Mosque in Sinai that Killed 305
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Libyan Witness: Stevens Was Breathing When Found
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Al-Qaida Confirms US Strike Killed Leader of Yemen Affiliate
A U.S. airstrike has killed Al-Qaida's No. 2 leader, who commanded its powerful Yemeni affiliate.
Egypt Strikes IS Group in Libya after Video of Mass Killing
Egyptian warplanes struck Islamic State targets in Libya on Monday, hours after the extremist group released a video showing...
Libya Islamic Militias Declare Control of Benghazi
Islamic hard-line militias claimed to have taken control of Libya's second largest city, Benghazi.
Libya's Guns Free-for-all Fuels Region's Turmoil
The arms free-for-all fuels not only Libya's instability but also stokes conflicts around the region.
Egypt Military Chief Heads to Moscow in Rare Visit
Egypt's army chief headed to Russia on his first trip abroad since his ouster of the Islamist president, amid reports of a Gu...
FM: Egypt Not Replacing US With Russia as Top Ally
Egypt's foreign minister sought to downplay speculation of a major foreign policy shift, saying during a rare top-level Russi...
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Evidence shows another Marine long-believed to be in the famous photo from atop Mount Suribachi was misidentified.
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