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  1. 10 killed, dozens hurt as German trains crash - Philly.com


    Washington Post

    10 killed, dozens hurt as German trains crash
    Philly.com
    BAD AIBLING, Germany - Crews using helicopters and boats rescued dozens of people from the wreckage of two German commuter trains that crashed head-on Tuesday in an isolated part of Bavaria, killing at least 10 and leaving authorities trying to ...
    Germany train crash: Controller error theory dismissedBBC News
    Fatal rail crash in BavariaWorld Socialist Web Site
    Train crash in Germany kills at least 10, injures 80The Sun Chronicle

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  2. North Korea could recover plutonium 'within weeks,' US intelligence says - CNN


    CNN

    North Korea could recover plutonium 'within weeks,' US intelligence says
    CNN
    (CNN) North Korea has reactivated its Yongbyon enrichment facility and could begin to recover plutonium from the reactor's spent fuel in a "matter of weeks or months," according to the U.S. intelligence chief. In his annual World Threat Assessment ...
    N. Korea nuclear effort seen as a top threat to USThe Boston Globe
    Guess what: ISIS wants more bloodPhilly.com
    Intel Community Foresees Worst Year Ever for Jihadi Terror Against USBreitbart News
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  3. U.S., Russia Make Syria Cease-Fire Push as Assad Regains Ground - Bloomberg


    New York Times

    U.S., Russia Make Syria Cease-Fire Push as Assad Regains Ground
    Bloomberg
    The U.S. and Russia are seeking to revive Syrian peace talks as President Bashar al-Assad's advances against rebels shift the focus to the battlefield. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov will meet with foreign ...
    Syria, already a catastrophe, seems on the verge of an uncontrollable disasterWashington Post
    Syrian Opposition Groups Sense US Support FadingNew York Times
    Who's Abetting The Holocaust In Syria?Huffington Post
    Christian Science Monitor -Voice of America
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  4. North Korea satellite in stable orbit but not transmitting - US sources - Reuters


    Reuters

    North Korea satellite in stable orbit but not transmitting - US sources
    Reuters
    WASHINGTON North Korea's recently launched satellite has achieved stable orbit but not yet transmitted data back to Earth, U.S. sources said of a launch that has so far failed to convince experts that Pyongyang has significantly advanced its rocket ...
    S. Korea to Halt Work at Joint Industrial Park With N. KoreaNew York Times
    UN experts: North Korea continues to evade UN sanctionsGoErie.com

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  5. US to send more troops to aid Afghan forces pressed by Taliban - Times of India


    Times of India

    US to send more troops to aid Afghan forces pressed by Taliban
    Times of India
    KABUL, Afghanistan — The US Army will deploy hundreds of soldiers to the southern Afghan province of Helmand, where government forces have been pushed to the brink by Taliban militants, a military spokesman said Tuesday. It will be the largest ...
    US Sends Hundreds of Ground Troops to South Afghanistan as Taliban Gains MountAntiwar.com
    FEATURED | The Latest Attempt for a Roadmap for Peace in Afghanistan- A Lost Cause?IndraStra Global
    Pentagon to boost number of US advisers in S. AfghanistanThe Columbian
    Huffington Post -Newsweek Pakistan
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