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U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, second right, speaks with German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen prior to a meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. For U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, the next few days will be a reassurance tour with a twist. He is expected to tell allies the U.S. is committed to NATO and is also hoping to secure bigger defense spending commitments. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, Pool)

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German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, center, motions toward U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, left, prior to a group photo of the Enhanced Forward Presence members at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. NATO's Enhanced Forward Presence is an allied, forward deployed defense and deterrence posture in Eastern Europe to protect and reassure NATO's Eastern member states. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, Pool)

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Pakistani volunteers search a vehicle targeted by a bomber, in Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Two suicide bombings in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 6 people on Wednesday following an almost three-month-long lull in the volatile region. A breakaway Taliban faction claimed responsibility for one of the attacks. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

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People attend candlelight vigil for people killed in a deadly suicide attack, in Lahore, Pakistan, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Two suicide bombings in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 6 people on Wednesday following an almost three-month-long lull in the volatile region. A breakaway Taliban faction claimed responsibility for one of the attacks. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudhry)

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Pakistan army soldiers cordon off the area of a bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Two suicide bombings in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 6 people on Wednesday following an almost three-month-long lull in the volatile region. A breakaway Taliban faction claimed responsibility for one of the attacks. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

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Pakistani police officers light candles to pay tribute to their colleagues who lost their lives in a deadly suicide attack, in Lahore, Pakistan, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Two suicide bombings in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 6 people on Wednesday following an almost three-month-long lull in the volatile region. A breakaway Taliban faction claimed responsibility for one of the attacks. A Lahore bombing on Monday targeted policemen who were escorting a protest march. That attack killed over a dozen people, including seven policemen. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudhry)

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Pakistani family members mourn the death of a bombing victim, outside a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Two suicide bombings in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 6 people on Wednesday following an almost three-month-long lull in the volatile region. A breakaway Taliban faction claimed responsibility for one of the attacks. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

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In this Feb. 3, 2017 frame grab from video, residents inspect a house that was damaged during a Jan. 29, 2017 US raid on the tiny village of Yakla, in central Yemen. The main figure killed in the US raid in Yemen targeting al-Qaida was a tribal leader allied to the country’s U.S.- and Saudi-backed president who was helping fight Shiite rebels, according to military officials and tribal figures. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (AP Photo)

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This photo taken in 2013 shows tribal chief Sheikh Abdel-Raouf al-Dhahab in Yemen. Al-Dhahab, the main figure killed in last month’s U.S. raid in Yemen targeting al-Qaida, was a tribal leader who was allied to the country’s U.S.- and Saudi-backed president and had been enlisted to fight Shiite rebels, according to military officials, tribal figures and relatives. Survivors and witnesses say at least 25 Yemenis were killed, including 10 children and nine women, raising outrage in Yemen and prompting the government to ask Washington for a review of the Jan. 29, 2017 assault on the tiny village of Yakla. (AP Photo)

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This undated photo, provide by a Yemeni tribal leader and consistent with independent AP reporting, shows a military aircraft which suffered a hard landing and had to be destroyed in a Jan. 29, 2017, US raid on the tiny village of Yakla, Yemen that took place days after President Donald Trump’s inauguration. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (Yemen Tribal Leader, via AP)

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This undated photo, provide by a Yemeni tribal leader and consistent with independent AP reporting, shows Sheikh Seif al-Joufi, in his 80s, who was was shot dead, according to several witnesses, in a Jan. 29, 2017, US raid when he stepped out of a house during the assault on the tiny village of Yakla, Yemen. Al-Joufi, had come to the house seeking mediation to win the release of a relative snatched by al-Qaida. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (Yemen Tribal Leader via AP)

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This undated handout photo from the Al-Karama Foundation, a Geneva-based non-governmental human rights organization, shows one of the cars that was hit by a drone strike in December 2013, that killed the son of Abdullah Mabkhout al-Ameri and eleven others, when it hit a convoy which was allegedly a wedding procession. Al-Ameri and several family members including a son who belonged to al-Qaida were killed in a Jan. 29, 2017, US raid in the village. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (Farouk al-Sharani, Al-Karama Foundation, via AP)

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This undated handout photo from the Al-Karama Foundation, a Geneva-based non-governmental human rights organization, shows one of the cars that was hit by a drone strike in December 2013, that killed the son of Abdullah Mabkhout al-Ameri and eleven others, when it hit a convoy which was allegedly a wedding procession. Al-Ameri and several family members including a son who belonged to al-Qaida were killed in a Jan. 29, 2017, US raid in the village. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (Farouk al-Sharani, Al-Karama Foundation, via AP)

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This undated handout photo from the Al-Karama Foundation, a Geneva-based non-governmental human rights organization, shows Abdullah Mabkhout al-Ameri next to a children, after a drone strike in December 2013 that killed his son and eleven others, when it hit a convoy which was allegedly a wedding procession. Al-Ameri and several family members including a son who belonged to al-Qaida were killed in a Jan. 29, 2017, US raid in the village. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (Farouk al-Sharani, Al-Karama Foundation, via AP)

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This undated handout photo from the Al-Karama Foundation, a Geneva-based non-governmental human rights organization, shows Abdullah Mabkhout al-Ameri, left, next to a child, in Yakla, Yemen. Al-Ameri and several family members including a son who belonged to al-Qaida were killed in a Jan. 29, 2017, US raid in the village. The raid, which left at least 25 Yemenis dead and a US Navy Seal, showed how difficult it is to tell who is al-Qaida in a country where the militants are mingled with tribes and are fighting on the same side as the government against the rebels. (Farouk al-Sharani, Al-Karama Foundation, via AP)

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The resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has opened up a vicious fight over the integrity of the intelligence community. (Associated Press)

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FILE - In this July 27, 2013 file photo, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, second left, tours the newly-opened Fatherland Liberation War Museum, with his uncle Jang Song Thaek, right, Yang Hyong Sop, second right, vice president of the Presidium of North Korea's parliament, and Vice Marshal Choe Ryong Hae, left, as part of celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Korean War armistice in Pyongyang, North Korea. Since taking power in late 2011, Kim Jong Un has executed or purged a slew of high-level government officials in what the South Korean government has described as a "reign of terror." The most spectacular was the 2013 execution by anti-aircraft fire of his uncle, Jang, once considered the country's second-most-powerful man, for what the North alleged was treason.(AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)

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Throughout the nation's capital, businesses, schools and restaurants are shuttering their doors Thursday for a "Day Without Immigrants" protest against President Trump's policies. Some will open with limited staff. (Associated Press)

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ISIS Drone Attacks Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, left, speaks with Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik during a meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. For U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, the next few days will be a reassurance tour with a twist. He is expected to tell allies the U.S. is committed to NATO and is also hoping to secure bigger defense spending commitments. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, Pool)