A controversial program to recruit and train Syrian rebels to fight the Islamic State group is moving at a slower-than-expected pace.
Analysts say the deals are part of a wider move by Egypt to increase its oil and gas supplies.
European leaders are anxious to see a proposal that will prevent the implosion of the nation’s economy and the departure of Greece from the eurozone.
Renewed "negotiations" with the Taliban could be the first step to a lasting peace agreement.
Shiite forces increased the intensity of their attacks on the Islamic State group in Fallujah Tuesday night.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says greater availability and low prices might help to explain the trend in part.
If tech companies give agencies like the FBI and NSA backdoor access to private data, they would create security risks, cybersecurity experts warned.
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