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“The United Nations' nuclear watchdog on Saturday confirmed that Iran has curtailed its nuclear program as agreed with world powers.”

“The Obama administration strongly denies that it has now resigned itself to merely containing the seemingly intractable conflicts.”

“Saudi Arabia cut ties with Iran on Sunday and fellow-Sunni Bahrain followed suit on Monday.”

"A U.N. plan to suspend Syria's nearly five-year-old civil war calls for listing which militant groups may be fought despite an eventual ceasefire."

"Iraq's army said on Sunday it had defeated Islamic State fighters in a provincial capital west of Baghdad."

"The United States is considering sending a small number of special operations forces to Syria and attack helicopters to Iraq."