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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Alaa Al-Din
Syrian activists said rebels shot down a government warplane over the northern province of Idlib on Thursday, the second time in a week that opposition fighters claimed to have brought down an aircraft in the escalating civil war.
An inquiry commission has determined that the Maldives' first democratically elected president was not forced to resign, as he has claimed.
Idlib-based activist Alaa al-Din said rebels shot it down with heavy machine guns.