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In uphill 2016 bid, Jim Webb brings conservative bent to Democratic field 
Washington Post - 23 Hours ago
By , Former Virginia senator Jim Webb announced Thursday that he will run for president, setting himself on an uphill trek for the Democratic nomination with little national name recognition and     Add Comment

IndieGoGo Campaign Seeks Help for Christian Refugees from Syria and Iraq 
A.M. Best - 19 Hours ago
Beirut, Lebanon -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/02/2015 -- Father Paul Bielecki OFM Cap, missionary and PhD candidate, is following humanitarian crisis in Lebanon where there has been an influx of more than 1.5 million     Add Comment

One Year Later: ISIS’ Caliphate and the Strength of its War in Iraq, Syria 
US News & World Report - 20 Hours ago
Americans aren’t the only ones marking an anniversary this week. A year ago, as the U.S. headed into the 2014 Fourth of July holiday weekend, the Islamic State group made a bold claim : The territory     Add Comment

US drone strike kills Islamic State leader responsible for moving fighters and weapons 
Economic Times - 19 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: A coalition airstrike in Syria has killed a senior Islamic State leader, who has been responsible for moving fighters and weapons from Libya to Syria, the Pentagon has said. A senior US     Add Comment

Islamic State preys on all religions, but groups not of ‘the Book’ brutalized 
Washington Times - 20 Hours ago
While the Islamic State has committed horrific acts, including beheadings, against Christians and Muslims, analysts say other minority religions that don’t believe in the Bible may face even worse treatment
Islamic State preys on all religions, but groups not of 'the Book' brutalized Washington Times
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Senior Islamic State leader killed in airstrike 
Washington Times - 20 Hours ago
An airstrike in Syria killed a senior Islamic State leader earlier this month, the Pentagon announced Thursday. Tariq bin Tahar al-‘ Awni al-Harzi , who helped move people and supplies into Iraq and
ISIS leader Tariq bin Tahar al-'Awni al-Harzi killed in airstrike in Syria AfricanSeer
PHOTO: The Pentagon has confirmed that Tariq al Harzi, a top ISIS leader, was killed  ABC News
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PTSD and Me 
Houston Chronicle - 20 Hours ago
I recently read an article in the Houston Chronicle about combat vets and fireworks. A group in upstate New York was erecting yard signs in anticipation of the 4th of July festivities reminding neighbors     Add Comment

Why Thatcher feared chemical weapons ban on Hussein 
ITV.com - 20 Hours ago
The Thatcher government feared banning Saddam Hussein making chemical weapons after discovering a British company supplied a factory with equipment, according to newly released files. Officials received
Thatcher government feared Saddam Hussein chemical weapons ban after finding UK  ITV.com
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>>   Afghanistan
Taliban Isn’t the Only Challenge for Karachi’s Power Company 
Bloomberg - 19 Hours ago
K-Electric Ltd., the Karachi power utility, is under fire from politicians, regulators and even the Taliban after a heatwave last week killed thousands in the city. Temperatures touched 47 degrees     Add Comment

Pakista Police Stop Christian Lynching 
Radio Free Europe - 18 Hours ago
Police in Pakistan saved a Christian couple from a Muslim mob that was attempting to lynch them for allegedly committing blasphemy, a senior officer said July 2. The incident, which took place in the
Pakistan Police Stop Christian Lynching Radio Free Europe
Police Stop Lynching Of Christians Accused Of Blasphemy In Pakistan Radio Free Europe
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Afghan Parliament ‘Hero’ Arrested After Fatal Traffic Accident 
Radio Free Europe - 19 Hours ago
An Afghan soldier who was hailed as a hero for killing militants who tried to storm parliament last month has been arrested after a fatal traffic accident in Kabul. Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq     Add Comment

'Singing sisterhood': Women's choir source of strength for military wives, personnel 
CTV News - 22 Hours ago
Billed as a “singing sisterhood,” the Canadian Military Wives Choir finds its strength in music -- and each other. Made up of women who come from military families, the members are painfully aware     Add Comment

Hillary Clinton had outside advisers advising her on Afghanistan, personal emails  
South China Morning Post - 21 Hours ago
In the autumn of 2009, as US President Barack Obama conducted a long, divisive review of whether to pour more troops into Afghanistan, an influential group of advisers were quietly pushing a hawkish line.
In emails, Hillary Clinton's outside advisers pushed hawkish line on Afghanistan South China Morning Post
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Malaysia Pushes For UN Tribunal On MH17 Downing; Russia Balks 
Radio Free Europe - 23 Hours ago
Malaysia told the United Nations Security Council July 2 it plans to push for a UN-backed tribunal to prosecute those suspected of shooting down a passenger airliner last year in eastern Ukraine. The     Add Comment

IMF, Kyiv Agree On Conditions For Next $1.7 Billion Bailout Payment 
Radio Free Europe - 23 Hours ago
The International Monetary Fund said July 2 that it has reached agreement with Kyiv on steps needed to release $1.7 billion in much-needed bailout funds. An IMF staff mission has been reviewing Ukraine's     Add Comment

Islamic State's 'Amir Of Suicide Bombers' Said Killed In Drone Strike 
Radio Free Europe - 23 Hours ago
A coalition airstrike has killed a senior Islamic State leader known as the "amir of suicide bombers" for recruiting foreign fighters to wage suicide attacks in Iraq and Syria. A senior U.S. official     Add Comment
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>>   Iran
Putin to meet Iran's President Rouhani at SCO summit next week 
Global Times - 17 Hours ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to meet with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani at the forthcoming summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization ( SCO), a Kremlin spokesman said Thursday."Actually,     Add Comment

At Iran nuclear talks, crumbs of hope and jockeying for advantage 
Christian Science Monitor - 22 Hours ago
Diplomats underscored their uncertainty about reaching any deal, two days after missing a self-imposed deadline. Still, the talks have witnessed progress that would have been impossible to predict even     Add Comment

N.Korea Asks Iran for Drought Relief 
Digital Chosun - 23 Hours ago
North Korea has asked the Iranian Red Crescent for emergency relief after the worst drought in a century, Iran's official Islamic Republic News Agency reported Thursday. North Korean Ambassador to Iran     Add Comment

Kerry: Iran Negotiators Making Progress on Nuclear Deal 
NBCNews.com - 24 Hours ago
Tehran and world powers were still shy of a breakthrough at nuclear talks on Thursday as foreign ministers flew in to help push for a swift deal and resolve disputes over how sanctions could be lifted     Add Comment

Russia, China Say Iran Nuclear Deal Possible In Coming Days 
Radio Free Europe - 17 Hours ago
Russia and China have said Iran and world powers are close to a nuclear agreement. Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said in Vienna on July 2, "All parties are of the opinion that this     Add Comment

Epidemiology, Regional Characteristics, Knowledge, and Attitude Toward Female Genital  
Journal of Sexual Medicine - 18 Hours ago
Abstract Introduction Female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C), also known as female circumcision, is an ancient traditional procedure that involves partial or total removal of the female external     Add Comment

Signs of a compromise over inspections in Iran nuclear talks 
Boston Globe - 18 Hours ago
VIENNA — An Iranian official signaled Thursday that Tehran was trying to bridge the gap between Western demands for inspections of any suspected nuclear-related facility and a declaration by Iran’s supreme     Add Comment

Iran, IAEA agree to set timetable to resolve technical nuclear issues 
Economic Times - 18 Hours ago
TEHRAN: Visiting chief of UN nuclear watchdog Yukiya Amano has reached agreement with top Iranian officials on the timetable for cooperation to solve existing problems, Iranian Ambassador to the International
Iran says timetable for cooperation reached with visiting IAEA chief Global Times
Iran, IAEA agree to set timetable to resolve technical n-issues SME Times
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>>   Pakistan
A Story Worth Telling – The Battle Of Tiger Hill, Kargil War, 1999 
Indiatimes - 17 Hours ago
facebook twitter twitter twitter what's up At an elevation of 5,307 meters, Point 4660 or ‘Tiger Hill’ is the dominant feature that stands north of the sleepy town of Dras. Sixteen years ago, it was     Add Comment

India calls Pak's Kashmir bluff 
TimesNow.tv - 18 Hours ago
Please enable the javascript of your browser to see the video.     Pakistan is once again using United Nations to internationalise Kashmir issue and making false accusations     Add Comment

Pakistan opt to bowl in Pallekele decider 
Reuters UK - 19 Hours ago
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq won the toss and asked Sri Lanka to bat as both teams made four changes for the series-deciding third and final test at Pallekele on Friday. "There is a little bit of
Cricket-Pakistan opt to bowl in Pallekele decider Reuters UK
Junaid, Babar dropped as Pakistan bowl first in Pallekele Test DAWN Group
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Taliban Isn’t the Only Challenge for Karachi’s Power Company 
Bloomberg - 19 Hours ago
K-Electric Ltd., the Karachi power utility, is under fire from politicians, regulators and even the Taliban after a heatwave last week killed thousands in the city. Temperatures touched 47 degrees     Add Comment

VIDEO: Pakistan bridge foul play probed 
BBC - 20 Hours ago
Foul play will be investigated after a railway bridge collapsed in Pakistan, killing at least 14 people. The carriages, which were carrying troops and their families, fell into a canal when the crossing     Add Comment

Pakistan troop train plunges into canal, killing 12 
Reuters India - 20 Hours ago
LAHORE, Pakistan/ISLAMABAD A train carrying hundreds of Pakistan military personnel and their families plunged into a canal on Thursday, killing 12 soldiers, when a bridge collapsed in what the army suspects     Add Comment

Draw some red lines: In relations with neighbours, rework stagnant calculus of deterrence  
Economic Times - 17 Hours ago
Despite their very different personas and world views, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh considered but did not authorise military reprisals in the wake of major terrorist attacks against India     Add Comment

Pakista Police Stop Christian Lynching 
Radio Free Europe - 18 Hours ago
Police in Pakistan saved a Christian couple from a Muslim mob that was attempting to lynch them for allegedly committing blasphemy, a senior officer said July 2. The incident, which took place in the
Pakistan Police Stop Christian Lynching Radio Free Europe
Police Stop Lynching Of Christians Accused Of Blasphemy In Pakistan Radio Free Europe
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