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Keep Assad in power to defeat Isis in Syria, says former UK military chief

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David Cameron should abandon his “contradictory war aims” and accept that President Bashar al-Assad must remain in power to allow his army to take the lead in defeating Islamic State ...

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Why is it all going wrong for Jeb Bush?

Jeb Bush

One of my more memorable moments on the campaign trail so far came after the Republican debate in Boulder, Colorado, when I found myself chasing Jeb Bush down a corridor, ...

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Paris Attacks Complicate Hillary Clinton’s Alignment With Obama

In her pursuit of the Democratic nomination for president, Hillary Rodham Clinton has emphasized her ties to President Obama. She regularly tells the story of how he wooed her into ...

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Bernie Sanders on Paris, IS, refugees and more

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In an interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric on “Yahoo News Live,” Democratic presidential candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed questions about the blowback to accepting Syrian refugees ...

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Ruth Davidson: SNP’s case for independence was a fraud.. I’ll never forgive them

THERE is a principled case for Scottish independence. I respect those who believe in it, even if I fundamentally and
passionately disagree with them. For many, the goal of
 independence is ...

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Could Saudi Arabia or Qatar Be Behind the Crash of the Russian Airbus?

Russian Airbus

On October 31, Russian Metrojet Flight 9268 crashed over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 passengers and crew on board. Two weeks have since passed, and some Russian experts are ...

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Afghan refugees being driven from Pakistan by harassment, rights group says

Afghan, refugees, Pakistan, harassment, rights group

Afghan refugees who have lived in Pakistan for decades are being driven out of the country in a wave of harassment by officials, with many facing arbitrary arrests and the ...

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Italian priest wounded in Bangladesh shooting

Italian, priest, wounded, Bangladesh, shooting

An Italian priest is fighting for his life in northern Bangladesh after being shot and seriously wounded by unidentified gunmen. The attack on Wednesday is the latest in a series ...

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Japanese women suffer widespread ‘maternity harassment’ at work

Japanese, women, widespread, maternity, harassment, work

Almost half of Japanese women who work on short-term contracts suffer harassment after becoming pregnant or giving birth, according to a government survey. Evidence of widespread discrimination is a blow ...

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U.S. presidential candidates debate whether to accept Syrian refugees

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush broke with rivals on Tuesday by saying he would support some Syrian refugees coming into the United States but stressed the screening must be tough ...

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