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Eight Million Civilians Living in State of Fear in Syria, Iraq
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Suicide Attack By Kurdish Militants in Turkey Kills 2 Soldiers
Turkey Expands Military Campaign in Syria and Iraq
Archbishop Says Iraq At Difficult Time in History
US Report: ISIS Still Kidnapping and Selling Women
Iraqi Kurds Ask Kurdistan Workers Party to 'Withdraw'
Dozens Dead As Syria Army 'Pushes Back Rebels Near Regime Heartland'
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Iraqi Forces Advance Against ISIL West of Ramadi
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The Islamic State's Christian and Yizidi Sex Slaves
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ISIS Forces Assyrian Christian Woman to Trample Jesus Christ's Image At Gunpoint
NATO Announces 'Capacity Building Package' for Iraq
New Evidence Reveals Turkish Government Is Directly Funding ISIS
Iraq's Scorching Heat Kills 52 Children in Refugee Camps
Iraq Hit By Heatwaves, Making Life for Refugees Even Tougher
Iraq, Russia Sign Military-Technical Cooperation Agreement
Pummeled in Its Capital, Islamic State Group Still Hanging Tough Across Iraq and Syria
Canada Pledges Millions to Iraq and Nearby Countries to Fight Islamic State
Extremists Are Seizing West's Military Support -- Patriarch
Patriarch: Pray for Iraq's Christians on August 7
Assyrian Christian Woman Shares Story of Captivity By Islamic State
Mideast Christians Driven From Their Biblical Homeland
Summaries

Eight Million Civilians Living in State of Fear in Syria, Iraq

(APP) -- The Islamic State has engaged in widespread and systematic human rights violations of the most serious kinds in Syria and Iraq, brutally forcing some eight million people to assimilate, flee or face death, according to a United Nations expert.

Suicide Attack By Kurdish Militants in Turkey Kills 2 Soldiers

By Ceylan Yeginsu and Anne Barnard

ISTANBUL -- Kurdish militias carried out a suicide attack on a Turkish military police station in eastern Turkey on Sunday, killing two soldiers and wounding 24 others, the local authorities said. In an overnight assault, members of the separatist Kurdistan Worker's Party, or P.K.K.

Turkey Expands Military Campaign in Syria and Iraq

Turkey has agreed to let the so-called "U.S.-led anti-ISIS" coalition to openly use Turkish airbases at Incirlik, Diyarbakir, Batman and Malatya for coalition aircraft conducting sorties against ISIS.

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