Spain's Defense Ministry says Greek F-16 jet crashes at military base, killing at least 10
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Spain's Defense Ministry says 10 people have died after an F-16 jet crashed at a military base
Saudi Arabia carries out first beheading under new king in case that has stirred attention
Canadian soldiers involved in 2 more firefights with Islamic State militants
Islamic State militants pushed out of Syria's Kobani, say activists, Kurdish officials
As Obama seeks to deepen ties with India, shadow of neighboring China looms large
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IS spokesman calls on Muslims in the West to carry out more attacks against 'Crusaders'
First US drone strike in Yemen since leader resigned kills 3; US Embassy closes to public
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The deadline set by ISIS for a ransom payment has past leaving the fate of two Japanese captives unknown.
The president and prime minister of Yemen resign amid pressure from a rebel group.
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The militant group posted a new video online saying the countdown to kill the two hostages has begun after the Japanese government missed a 72-hour deadline.
Indonesian divers recovered an additional six bodies from the jetliner that crashed in the Java Sea last month.
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