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New evidence suggests Iran and Hezbollah colluded to hide a suspect in the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing that killed 19 U.S. servicemen and wounded hundreds. (Associated Press)

Bill Clinton White House suppressed evidence of Iran’s terrorism

- The Washington Times

Bill Clinton’s administration gathered enough evidence to send a top-secret communique accusing Iran of facilitating the deadly 1996 Khobar Towers terrorist bombing, but suppressed that information from the American public and some elements of U.S. intelligence for fear it would lead to an outcry for reprisal, according to documents and interviews.

Syria’s skies crowded with multiple air forces

- Associated Press

The skies over Syria are increasingly crowded — and increasingly dangerous. The air forces of multiple countries are on the attack, often at cross purposes in Syria’s civil war, sometimes without coordination. And now, it seems, they are at risk of unintended conflict.

Civilians inspect the aftermath of a car bombing near a restaurant in a commercial area of central Baghdad, Iraq, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015. Iraqi officials say a car bomb exploded around midnight Monday in central Baghdad killing and wounding civilians. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban) ** FILE **

Car bombings across Iraq kill 36, wound dozens

- Associated Press

A series of car bombings across Iraq Monday killed at least 36 people and wounded dozens as the government continued its efforts to combat extremism across the country.

A Nasr missile is loaded on a military vehicle during the Pakistan National Day parade in Islamabad, Pakistan, Monday, March 23, 2015. (Associated Press)

Pakistan’s air force chief denies China helped military acquire armed drones

- The Washington Times

Reports that China helped Pakistan’s military acquire armed drones are wrong, according to the head of the Pakistani air force, who said engineers in his nation developed the technology on their own and Washington should increase coordination with Islamabad to target and eliminate al Qaeda and other terrorist groups.

In this Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 photo, Syrian refugees wait to sign up for a return bus to the Syrian border, at the U.N.-run Zaatari refugee camp near Mafraq, northern Jordan. Growing numbers of Syrian refugees are returning to their war-ravaged homeland from Jordan because they can't survive in exile after drastic aid cuts, can't afford to pay smugglers to sneak them into Europe or are simply homesick. (AP Photo/Raad Adayleh)

Syrian refugees increasingly return to war zones in homeland

- Associated Press

Growing numbers of Syrian refugees are returning to their war-ravaged homeland from Jordan because they can’t survive in exile after drastic aid cuts, can’t afford to pay smugglers to sneak them into Europe or are simply homesick.

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In this photo taken on Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, a Russian pilot fixes an air-to-air missile at his Su-30 jet fighter before a take off at Hmeimim airbase in Syria. NATO also strongly criticized the Russian air campaign in Syria that began Wednesday. (AP Photo/Dmitry Steshin, Komsomolskaya Pravda, Photo via AP)

NATO chief: Russian jets in Turkish airspace no accident

- Associated Press

NATO's secretary-general on Tuesday rejected Moscow's claim that its military incursion into alliance airspace over Turkey wasn't intentional or important, saying there were two separate incidents and "the violation lasted for a long time."

US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, left, shakes hands with a US Marine, next to Spain's Defense Minister Pedro Morenes, center, during their visit at Moron Airbase, near Seville, Spain, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. Carter is on a weeklong trip to Europe, including stops in Spain, Italy and London, and will also attend the NATO meeting, which is expected to focus on Russia's recent launch of military airstrikes in Syria. (AP Photo/Laura Leon)

Carter: Russia must meet with US on Syria flight conflicts

- Associated Press

Russian leaders should contact the Pentagon immediately for another talk about Moscow's military activities in Syria, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Tuesday, reflecting urgent concerns about Russian aircraft violating Turkish airspace.

Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May delivers her speech at the Conservative Party conference at Manchester Central, England, Tuesday Oct. 6, 2015. Theresa May told the audience that Britain should tighten control of its borders, admitting vulnerable refugees but keeping out many people who simply want a better life. (Stefan Rousseau/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT  NO SALES  NO ARCHIVE

UK minister rejects EU migration pact, vows tighter borders

- Associated Press

Britain will never "in a thousand years" agree to a common European immigration policy to deal with the surging number of refugees fleeing to the continent, a top government official declared Tuesday.

FILE - In this Dec. 28, 2014 file photo, Gen. John Campbell is seen in Kabul, Afghanistan. Afghan forces who reported being under Taliban fire requested the U.S. airstrike that killed 22 people at a medical clinic in northern Afghanistan over the weekend, the top commander of American and coalition forces in Afghanistan said Monday, correcting an initial U.S. statement that the strike had been launched because U.S. forces were threatened. The strike wasn't sought by Campbell said at a hastily arranged Pentagon news conference. (AP Photo/Massoud Hossaini, File)

Senators to ask US general about troop levels in Afghanistan

- Associated Press

The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan is facing questions on Capitol Hill about how many troops should stay in the still-volatile nation where the Taliban recently overran a northern city and a U.S. airstrike hit a medical clinic.

Babeu, Gowan to run for GOP nomination in 1st District

- Associated Press

Two additional Republican candidates who emerged Monday in the race for Arizona's 1st Congressional District bring fundraising acumen and a higher profile to the swing district's 2016 primary.

Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy blamed a memory lapse for giving investigators false information about when he first learned of rumors that information would be leaked to embarrass Rep. Jason Chaffetz. (Associated Press)

James Clancy: Memory lapse led to false information on Jason Chaffetz leak

- The Washington Times

An inspector general reopened an investigation Monday into U.S. Secret Service agents' efforts to embarrass a top congressional critic after agency Director Joseph Clancy admitted he misled investigators on when he first learned of rumors about information that would later be leaked to try to embarrass Rep. Jason Chaffetz.

Border Patrol parent agency issues custody standards

- Associated Press

The U.S. Border Patrol's parent agency on Monday issued nationwide custody standards, a little more than a year after its jails were overwhelmed with Central American children fleeing to the United States.