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Ukraine rebels take back Donetsk airport, as new peace talks loom Donetsk has seen a surge in fighting, both in the city and around its nearby airport, amid Western accusations that Russia has begun sending troops into Ukraine again.
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Houthis tighten grip on Yemen's capital. What's behind their surge? The Shiite militia has taken charge of Sanaa, but has stopped short of formally toppling Yemen's government. President Hadi's whereabouts are unknown.
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Yemen unrest: What it could mean for US ally against Al Qaeda Over the past year, Houthi rebels have expanded their sphere of territory, seizing Yemen's capital last September and clashing with government forces today. The upheavalhas thrown the already fragile country and key US ally against Al Qaeda into cha
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Charlie Hebdo: Al Qaeda in Yemen says it ordered and financed the attack In a video message, a militant commander praised the gunmen who killed 12 people in Paris, including the editor of Charlie Hebdo. The latest issue of the satirical magazine went on sale in France Wednesday.
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How many Muslim extremists are there? Just the facts, please. Brigitte Gabriel claims the 15-25 percent of the world's Muslims are plotting attacks in the West. Why that number is inaccurate.
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Boko Haram suffers setback in border clash amid growing fears of expansion The killing of 143 militants from the Nigeria-based Islamic extremist group could be a major blow to their expansion strategy. Hundreds of people died during a recent Boko Haram attack on a Nigerian garrison town near the border.
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France ramps up security across nation, warns of high risk of more attacks Thousands of police will guard Jewish schools across France, while the military is also being deployed. Millions of people attended solidarity marches in France Sunday, including many world leaders.
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Charlie Hebdo: French police corner suspects outside Paris; hostage taken Two brothers accused of killing 12 people on Wednesday are in phone contact with authorities in what has become a hostage situation.In another, possibly related incident, a gunman has taken a hostage in a kosher supermarket in Paris.
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Jordan ready to swap terrorist for pilot held by Islamic State The announcement from Amman came just ahead of an IS deadline to kill a captured Jordanian pilot if a sought-after suicide bomber is not released. The fate of a Japanese journalist held under threat by IS remains uncertain.
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Islamic State demands $200 million cash for two Japanese hostages Its new hostage video calls on Japan, whose prime minister is touring the Middle East, to ends its 'foolish' support of the US-led campaign against Islamic State, and marks the first time the group has demanded cash in a video.
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