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Sunni Tribesmen Say ISIS Exacts Brutal Revenge

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Islamic State militants have killed scores of members of an Iraqi Sunni tribe that fought them for months, tribal leaders and officials said.

Liberia’s Ebola Crisis Puts President in Harsh Light

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Liberia’s Ebola Crisis Puts President in Harsh Light
As Liberia’s first elected leader after a devastating civil war, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has pushed the country to economic growth, but gains have been ... more

New Russian Boldness Revives a Cold War Tradition: Testing the Other Side

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A breach of a White House computer system and military flights skirting NATO territory could be “message-sending by Putin, and it’s dangerous.”

Mexico City Journal: Halloween Creeps In Where Local Tradition Ruled the Living and Dead

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Mexico City Journal: Halloween Creeps In Where Local Tradition Ruled the Living and Dead
As Mexicans prepare for the annual observance commemorating departed ancestors, they are also debating the influence of Halloween on the holiday.

Protest Is Muted as Egypt Levels Border Area in Sinai

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Protest Is Muted as Egypt Levels Border Area in Sinai
The demolitions are part of a government plan to create a buffer to curb the flow of weapons and militants between Egypt and the Gaza ... more

Open Source: Images of a Dramatic Day in Burkina Faso

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Open Source: Images of a Dramatic Day in Burkina Faso
Video and photographs shared online Thursday showed chaotic celebrations in the capital, Ouagadougou, as protesters toppled the government.