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This photo provided by the Syrian anti-government activist group Aleppo Media Center (AMC), shows a Syrian man carrying a girl away from the rubble of a destroyed building after barrel bombs were dropped on the Bab al-Nairab neighborhood in Aleppo, Syria, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. Syria activists said, at least 15 civilians have been killed when suspected government helicopters dropped barrel bombs on a wake for children killed in earlier airstrikes in rebel-held Aleppo. (Aleppo Media Center via AP)

On Syria, Democrats look to deflect the conversation

- Associated Press


In this photo taken on Monday, Aug. 8, 2016, Uygar Ozdemir, 36, high school sports teacher speaks during an interview with the Associated Press in Istanbul. Teachers caught up in one of biggest dragnets in Turkish history as government seeks to root out followers of Islamic cleric it blames for coup attempt. Ozdemir had been suspended from his job in an Istanbul school, accused of providing financial support for a terrorist organization and promoting the organization on social media. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)

Suspended Turkish teachers caught up in post-coup crackdown

- Associated Press






Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, arrives for a bilateral meeting  in Geneva, Switzerland, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. The U.S. and Russia renewed efforts to secure a military and humanitarian cooperation agreement for war-torn Syria as conditions on the ground continued to deteriorate after months of hesitation, missed deadlines and failed attempts to forge a nationwide truce. (Martial Trezzini/Pool Photo via AP)

U.S., Russia renew push for elusive agreement on Syria

- The Washington Times

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A survivor looks for his family members at the scene of a deadly suicide car bomb attack in the New Baghdad neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, June 9, 2016. Two separate suicide attacks in and outside the Iraqi capital have killed at least 27 people and wounded dozens. Officials say the deadliest bombing took place in New Baghdad, a commercial area of a majority Shiite neighborhood in Baghdad, killing over a dozen civilians. Another suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden car into an Iraqi army checkpoint north of Baghdad, killing at least 12 people. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

Oil wells south of Mosul burn days after key town retaken

- Associated Press




US urges halt to Turkish, Kurdish clashes in northern Syria

- Associated Press




Pro-Johnson group to launch new ad this weekend

- Associated Press




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