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ISIS Is Guilty of Anti-Christian Genocide
U.S. and Russia Agree to Implement Cease-fire in Syria
U.S. and Russia At Odds, Again, on All Fronts, in Syria
Iraqi PM Discourages Kurdish Independence Referendum
Turkish President Erdogan Threatens to Send Millions of Refugees to Europe
Russia Pitches Syria Cease-fire; West Skeptical
Germany to Loan Iraq $566 Million to Aid Reconstruction
Christians, Gays, Women Fleeing Asylum Centres Due To Persecution By Muslim Men
The Good Islam/Bad Islam Strategy
Obama's Anti-IS Envoy: Shiites Saved Iraq
Who Are Iraq's Kakai?
Congress Considering Safe Zone for Persecuted Assyrians, Yazidis in Iraq
Most Christians Fled Iraq Since 2003: Official
Is Turkey Doing Enough to Protect Its Protestants?
Kurds Attack Syrian Air Base Held By Insurgents
Iraq Seeks More Coalition Trainers for Local Police
Iraq Warns Risk to Mosul Dam Affecting Anti-IS Drive
European Parliament Calls for Stricter Turkish Inspection of Human Smuggling
Pope Francis Meets With Prime Minister of Iraq
Syria Kurds' First Foreign Office to Be Opened in Moscow
Official: Recapturing Mosul From ISIL a Year Away
Assyrians in Australia Present Their Plight At Forum on Human Rights
Fears of Dam Collapse in Iraq Spurs Emergency Plan By Australian Military
Iraqi Government Says It Fully Recaptured Ramadi From IS
Iraqi PM Calls for Major Cabinet Reshuffle
How to Overcome Iraq's Economic Crisis
Pope Francis Sees Putin As 'Only Man' to Defend Christians Around the World
Turkey's Murky Role in Syria
Turkey's Erdogan Threatened to Flood Europe With Migrants
Summary Executions, Torture, Makeshift Courts in Syria: UN Reveals Horrific Details
Summaries

ISIS Is Guilty of Anti-Christian Genocide

By Demetrios of Mokissos

Christians throughout the world will mark Monday, Feb. 15, as a day to remember the courage and religious fortitude of 21 Coptic Christians who were executed one year ago by Islamic State terrorists in Libya.

U.S. and Russia At Odds, Again, on All Fronts, in Syria

The Baghdad spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) refuted Russian claims that American planes bombed Aleppo hospitals, saying the incident was an example of Russia's "indiscriminate" use of force.

Iraqi PM Discourages Kurdish Independence Referendum

(Reuters) -- Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi urged the country's autonomous Kurdistan region not to go ahead with a proposed referendum on independence, saying it would be neither in its own interest nor Iraq's.

Russia Pitches Syria Cease-fire; West Skeptical

By Jamie Dettmer

(VOA) -- Russia is proposing talks about a cease-fire in Syria, but European diplomats are skeptical about the offer, which they see as a delaying tactic that would allow intense Russian airstrikes in Aleppo to continue.


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