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Near Mosul, Some Residents Flee ISIS, Others Stay And Fight With ISIS

NPR - ‎2 hours ago‎
The Iraqi military and its allies have been pushing for a week toward the city of Mosul, held by the Islamic State. For people fleeing the fighting, a few thousand so far, it's been an unbelievably frightening seven days.
Iraqi Families Flee Mosul as Army Battles ISIS
A 'war within a war' is brewing in Iraq — and the US is caught in the middle

After South Africa's withdrawal, how does the ICC stay relevant? (+video)

Christian Science Monitor - ‎3 hours ago‎
The Rainbow Nation's/South Africa's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court highlighted its increasingly shaky support from governments across the continent, but their reasons are more complex than headline-grabbing claims the court ...

Maduro Meets Pope as Vatican Steps Into Venezuela Crisis

New York Times - ‎2 hours ago‎
CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met Monday with Pope Francis as the Vatican took a more active role trying to defuse a tense political standoff in the South American nation.

South Korean President Calls for Ending Term Limits

Wall Street Journal - ‎14 hours ago‎
SEOUL—South Korea's president called for scrapping the single five-year term limit on the nation's leader to allow longer-term economic planning and support continuity in policy toward North Korea.

Middle East|In Renewed Aleppo Attacks, Syrian Troops Capture High Ground

New York Times - ‎13 hours ago‎
BEIRUT - Syrian government forces and their allies on Monday captured strategic high ground in embattled Aleppo as Russia - a key ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad - said it was not planning more "humanitarian pauses" in the fighting in the city ...

Will China Help North Korea? After Nuclear Sanctions, Chinese Foreign Minister Visits Pyongyang For Border Talks

International Business Times - ‎3 hours ago‎
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin arrived Monday in North Korea, making him the first high-ranking Chinese official to visit since February, Reuters reported.

Russians Conduct Nuclear-Bomb Survival Drills as Cold War Heats Up

Wall Street Journal - ‎13 hours ago‎
MOSCOW—Russian authorities have stepped up nuclear-war survival measures amid a showdown with Washington, dusting off Soviet-era civil-defense plans and upgrading bomb shelters in the biggest cities.

Deposed ruler of Qatar dies at 84

Washington Post - ‎5 hours ago‎
Sheik Khalifa Bin Hamad al-Thani, the former emir of the tiny Gulf nation of Qatar who was deposed by his son in a bloodless palace coup, died Oct. 23.

After rail crash, Cameroonians vent grief, frustration with longtime ruler

Reuters - ‎3 hours ago‎
People attend an interfaith religious ceremony held near the train derailment site in Eseka, Cameroon October 24, 2016 in remembrance for those killed when a passenger train derailed.

UN envoy appeals for extending Yemen ceasefire

Business Standard - ‎Oct 23, 2016‎
United Nations, Oct 23 (IANS/Xinhua) The UN Special Envoy for Yemen has urged all parties to the Yemeni conflict to extend a three-day humanitarian ceasefire for another 72 hours, authorities said.

Austrian party head calls Germany's Merkel 'dangerous woman'

Washington Post - ‎3 hours ago‎
VIENNA - The head of Austria's right-wing party on Monday called German Chancellor Angela Merkel “the most dangerous woman in Europe” for her initially liberal migrant policies and warned of possible civil war if the influx of people seeking a better ...

Christian bakers who refused to make 'gay cake' lose discrimination appeal

CNN - ‎9 hours ago‎
(CNN) Christian bakers who refused to make a cake that supported same-sex marriage lost their appeal of the ruling that found they discriminated against the man who ordered the cake.

Ex-negotiator Nabil Shaath: Palestinians should wake up from 'peace dreams' - ‎7 hours ago‎
Nabil Shaath, international relations commissioner for the ruling Fatah movement in the occupied West Bank, said a consumer boycott should be the Palestinians' weapon against Israel.


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