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Latest Syria Items
A new report from the United Nations reveals that there are now more than 50 million refugees around the world — a number we haven't seen since World War II.
A defiant Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Wednesday rejected calls for an interim "national salvation government" in his first public statement since President Barack Obama challenged him last week to create a more inclusive leadership or risk a sectarian civil war.
The Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday that he and other lawmakers were briefed more than a year ago on the dangers of the al Qaeda-inspired group now wreaking havoc in Iraq, accusing President Obama of a "policy failure" in failing to prevent their advances.
A secret CIA plot was revealed last week: Beginning almost 10 years ago, the agency set in motion a plan to make Osama bin Laden action figures.
The al Qaeda-linked army now conquering territory in Syria and Iraq ultimately wants its new Islamic state to be a launching pad for attacking the U.S. homeland, says a new congressional report.
The Obama administration lacks an air of "seriousness" in its policy in Iraq and across the Middle East that thwarts U.S. efforts to confront the growing al Qaeda threat, former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz said Tuesday.
The organization charged with overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons program says the last of the country's acknowledged stockpile has been handed over.
Our commander in chief is a reluctant warrior who wants his legacy to be ending our two longest wars. Just as President Obama does not want to go back into Iraq, neither does the U.S. military.
President Obama is on firm legal footing in dispatching troops to Iraq to guard the U.S. embassy and to serve as "advisers" to the Iraqi government, but some legal analysts said the administration's own past contradictions on policy could put any broader moves, such as airstrikes via traditional craft or drones, in a gray area.