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"The military is shifting its CT strategy to focus more on Africa, put decision-making authority in the hands of commanders in the field, and expand the ability to use lethal force."

"The U.S.-led coalition said Friday that the capture of the Islamic State’s onetime Syria capital of Raqqa marked a turning point in the fight against the extremist group."

"Clashes broke out early Monday as Iraqi forces moved to recapture Kurdish-held oil fields and a military base near the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk."

"The Pentagon’s top leaders defended the Trump administration’s new strategy for Afghanistan in detail Tuesday, saying that it will last as long as is needed."

"Thousands of Iranian Kurds, jubilant for their Iraqi kin, staged demonstrations in support of the vote - Iran is home to roughly 8 million Kurds."

“Russia on Thursday raised the threat of a direct confrontation with U.S. forces in Syria.”