Iraqi forces seize Tikrit from Islamic State
Iraqi security forces backed by sectarian militias took control of the last Islamic State strongholds in Tikrit on Wednesday, the first successful operation by the government in Baghdad to reclaim a major Sunni Muslim population center since the extremist group ...
In Tikrit, a celebratory mood but lingering concerns
Iraq's Claim to Recapture Tikrit Challenged by Some in the Town
Mission Tikrit: Iraqi govt. declares victory
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Rebels in Yemen Battle for Control of Strategic Port City
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AL MUKALLA, Yemen — Houthi fighters backed by tanks pushed into the center of Aden on Wednesday and were battling for control of the southern port city, despite a weeklong Saudi military offensive against them. Witnesses reported fierce street battles ...
Yemeni civilians struggle with mounting death toll as supplies dwindle
UN, NGOs decry humanitarian crisis in Yemen
Saudi Arabia formally seeks military help from Pakistan
ISIS Fighters Seize Palestinian Refugee Camp in Damascus
Residents walk as they receive aid at the Palestinian refugee camp in Yarmouk, south of Damascus May 21, 2014. Islamic State fighters seized most of the vast camp for Palestinian refugees on the outskirts of Damascus on Wednesday in a bid to capture a ...
IS enters Palestinian camp
Islamic State seizes vast Damascus refugee camp
War with Isis: Militants take refugee camp near central Damascus
Miliband Win Offers No Guarantee U.K. Will Avoid EU Exit Vote
Ed Miliband has based his Labour Party's pitch for British business votes on one premise: he won't hold a referendum on leaving the European Union. But it's a promise he may struggle to keep. Miliband acknowledged on Monday it isn't a cast-iron guarantee ...
First TV debate of UK election campaign to pit Cameron against six others
Ed Miliband vows to abolish zero-hours but forgets Labour use them
General Election 2015: More than 1000 Sure Start centres would be shut under ...
Palestinian Authority joins International Criminal Court
The Palestinian Authority has joined the International Criminal Court, a move deeply opposed by Israel, vowing to hand over suspects to The Hague, including their own government officials. The Palestinians, who became the 123rd member of the world's ...
ICC welcomes 'State of Palestine' as 123rd member
Palestine Needs Unity to Pursue War Crimes Case Against Israel
Gazans hope court will make Israelis pay