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“Previous rounds of talks have produced agreement that the warring sides will discuss a four-part agenda, but no progress has yet been made on any topic.”

"Several EU and NATO countries signed up to establish a center in Helsinki to research how to tackle tactics such as cyber attacks, propaganda and disinformation."

“Any shifts by the U.S. military would have broad repercussions for U.S. relationships across the Middle East.”

"Islamic State is fighting hard to reinforce its presence in Syria as it loses ground in Iraq."

"Outgoing CIA Director John Brennan on Sunday issued a stern parting rebuke to Republican Donald Trump."

"U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's transition team has asked two Cabinet departments for the names of government officials working on programs to counter violent extremism."