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Syria’s Seventh Largest City Besieged by Daesh Gets Russian-Syrian Aid

A new batch of humanitarian aid prepared jointly by Russia and Syria has been delivered to the Syrian city of Deir el-Zour (ez-Zor), besieged by Daesh militants.

El Salvador’s Former President Faces Civil Prosecution

A civil prosecution has been launched against El Salvador’s former president Mauricio Funes for possible illegal enrichment.

Slowly but Surely, Bernie Is Securing the Black Vote (VIDEO)

The tide appears to be turning against the Clintons' long and close relationship with many African-American voters. Fresh from his victory in New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders stopped in Harlem to have breakfast with Reverend Al Sharpton,...Show More Summary

Black Mold Found in Cargo Prepared for ISS, Resupply Mission Delayed

The fifth Orbital ATK resupply mission to the International Space Station is being delayed by over a week.

Largest US Peace Group Endorses Sanders for President Over Clinton

The largest peace group in the United States has endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for US president, rejecting Senator Hillary Clinton, Peace Action PAC, the political action committee of Peace Action announced on its blog.

Erdogan Trapping Europe Into Accepting Millions of Syrians - Kurdish Leader

Turkish parliament member and Kurdish activist Osman Baydemir said that Erdogan has cornered European countries into accepting millions of Syrians, among which extremists, by giving them free access across his country?

Over 40 Daesh Affiliates Eliminated in Egypt’s North Sinai - Reports

Egyptian forces have destroyed over 40 Daesh affiliates in the north of Sinai Peninsula, Sky News Arabia reports.

US Navy Tests Electronic Systems on New Zumwalt-Class Destroyer

The prototype warship of the US Navy’s new DDG-1000 Zumwalt-class destroyers has carried out its first week-long sea electric systems trial.

Bernie Meets With Sharpton and Secures Support From Ben Jealous and Ta-Nehisi Coates, While Michelle Alexander Attacks Clinton's Record (VIDEO)

The tide appears to be turning against the Clintons' long and close relationship with many African-American voters. Fresh from his victory in New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders stopped in Harlem to have breakfast with Reverend Al Sharpton,...Show More Summary

German Company Develops Self-Flying Plane

The US military is already pursuing increasingly autonomous drones. But a German firm is developing a safety system that will allow civilian planes to land itself at an airport in the event of an emergency.

Cleveland Wants Tamir Rice's Family to Pay $500 for Their Child's Last Ambulance Ride

Less than two months after a grand jury decided not to indict the Cleveland police officer who shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice, the city has filed a claim saying the boy owed $500 "for emergency medical services rendered as the...Show More Summary

Erdogan Using al-Qaeda, Nusra Front to Encircle Kurds - Turkish Lawmaker

Turkish parliament member and Kurdish activist Osman Baydemir said that Recep Tayyip Erdogan is encouraging Islamist terrorists to encircle and isolate the 20 million Kurds who live in the eastern half of the country.

Encryption Battle: Is New York Trying to Ban iPhones?

New York state lawmakers have introduced a bill to ban the sale of smartphones that have data encryption technology, after having their sights set on Apple and Google for making their devices inaccessible to investigators.

Saudi-Led Anti-Terrorism Coalition to Meet in March

The Riyadh-based Islamic Military Alliance, formed by Saudi Arabia to fight extremism, will hold a meeting next month, Al Arabiya TV reports.

Erdogan Crackdown Killed 458 Civilians in Eastern Turkey - Kurdish Lawmaker

Turkish parliament member and Kurdish activist Osman Baydemir said that Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ordered a wave of repression in Kurdistan that has killed more than 450 people, including eight-month-old children.

Turkey’s Revival of a Dirty ‘Deep State’

Exclusive: NATO keeps backing Turkey, one of its members, despite its aid to the Islamic State and other jihadists fighting Syria’s secular government — and even though Turkey’s erratic President Erdogan may be leading NATO into a risky showdown with Syria’s Russian allies, writes Jonathan Marshall. Show More Summary

Austria Mulls Shutting Borders Amid Migrant Influx

Austria will be forced to close its borders to migrants, the country’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz announced.

New Video Game Lets You Become Snowden-Like NSA Whistleblower

Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be Edward Snowden? A new video game will allow you to climb through the ranks of a US intelligence agency and decide for yourself if privacy is a worthwhile cause.

WATCH: US Air Force General Faints During Press Briefing

An Air Force major general has been taken to the hospital after he fainted at the podium during a Pentagon budget briefing, on Tuesday.

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