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Timeline of events in Syrian city of Raqqa, once IS capital
Timeline of events in Syria's city of Raqqa, known as Islamic State group's de facto capital
Why the battle over the Iraqi city of Kirkuk matters
Three weeks after Iraq's Kurdish region held a referendum on independence, Iraqi forces entered the disputed city of Kirkuk, forcing Kurdish fighters to withdraw. Here's what you need to know: WHY? Kirkuk has found itself at the heart of a long-running dispute between Iraq's autonomous Kurdish
Iraqi forces push into disputed Kirkuk as Kurds withdraw
Iraqi forces have pushed their Kurdish allies out of the disputed northern city of Kirkuk and seized oil fields and other facilities as tensions soar after last month's Kurdish vote for independence
Chief of Staff John Kelly: 'I'm not quitting today'
chief of staff John Kelly held a strange press conference saying he's not the nt one out the revolving door at the white house. I would offer to you although I read it all the time pretty consistently I'm not quitting today. I don't believe -- I just talked to the president. I don't think I'm being
Prisons selling inmates cold case playing cards
Oklahoma authorities are hoping to solve killings and other cold cases by selling playing cards that feature the cases to prisoners
'Motivated' podcast: 99-year-old yoga instructor on tips for happier, healthier living
FMT Reporters | September 25, 2017 Sisters in Islam (SIS) says the growing number of incidences in Malaysia where there is discrimination premised on the Islamic faith, is alarming. PETALING JAYA: Sisters in Islam (SIS) has warned that actions such as that of the Muslim-only self-service
What you need to know about the Kurdish referendum
In a bold step toward an uncertain future, the Kurdish people living in northern Iraq are heading to the polls today to cast their ballots in a referendum for independence. Ironically, the vote has led to a rare moment of unity in the Middle East as every one of Kurdistan’s neighbors, plus some of
Jihad Turk: 'Islam has a lot of work to do'
On this episode of "Uncomfortable," ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to Jihad Turk, president of the Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School, about his mission to help Islam find its place in America with imams and other religious leaders trained in the U.S.
Experts say Kim Jong-Un doesn't want nuclear war
Despite the fiery rhetoric coming from both President Donald Trump and North Korean officials, as well as concerns over the country’s recent advances in missile technology, experts maintain that nuclear war is not what Kim Jong-Un wants. Rather, experts say what Kim is searching for can be summed