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3 hrs ago | The Daily Star
BAGHDAD: The extremist-held Iraqi city of Mosul is set to usher in a new school year. But unlike years past, there will be no art or music.
7 hrs ago | World Magazine
MIDDLE EAST: Sec. of State John Kerry says the United States is open to private communications with Iran about the devolving security crisis in Iraq, but Iran's supreme leader doesn't seem interested : In a post on his personal website, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei dismissed U.S. efforts to build a coalition to combat the terror group ISIS as "absurd, hollow, and biased." Khamenei accuses the United States of battling ISIS as a pretext to attack Syria-Iran's main ally in the Middle East.
9 hrs ago | WBAB-FM West Babylon
One of Deer Park's favorite sons CJ Ramone is helping fight autism. Sunday October 5th Team CJ Ramone will do the Walk Now For Autism Speaks.
10 hrs ago | 93.3 The Eagle
Slipknot is showing off its new look in the video for "The Devil in I." The clip features each member of the metal group in a new mask, and also shows them all meeting their demise in their old masks. "The Devil in I" is the first official single from Slipknot's long-awaited new album .5: The Gray Chapter .
12 hrs ago | CBS News
More than with any other jihadist group in the past, ISIS has focused on drawing in new recruits from Muslim communities around the globe -- including in Western cities. President Obama's war plan against ISIS now includes deploying an additional 475 U.S. military advisers to Iraq, bringing the total number there ... CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the new video that appear... While the Taliban in Asia and al Qaeda's various franchises across the Muslim world have concentrated on drawing in local and regional recruits, ISIS' much broader outreach has seemed to pay off.
15 hrs ago | The Daily Record
"Do you have a strategy now, Mr. President?" asked the cover of the Daily News next to a photo of the second American journalist to be beheaded by the terrorist group ISIS. In domestic policy, encouraging government to act leads to nonsense like the "stimulus spending" that created boondoggles such as Cash for Clunkers.
The report warns that if the rebels' hold on the city is broken, Syria's conflict could slip into an even more dangerous and anarchic phase - and the U.S. and its allies would lose their most valuable partners on the battlefield, a fighting force with local credibility and years of experience fighting both ISIS and Assad. "Rebel-held areas in and around Aleppo remain the most valuable of the mainstream opposition's dwindling assets," the report states.
Iraqi soldiers brandish their weapons during a military training exercise in the mainly Shiite southern city of Basra. AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI BAGHDAD: The shortcomings of the Iraqi military, which withered under a June militant onslaught and relies on Shiite militias for support, pose a significant challenge to international efforts against jihadists.
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British Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday that the brutal beheading of a British aid worker by the terror group ISIS, which follows the execution of two American journalists, showed exactly why the U.K. needed to work to destroy the organization, "the embodiment of evil." "The fact that an aid worker was taken, held and brutally murdered at the hands of ISIL [ISIS] sums up what this organization stands for," Cameron said in an address to the British people.
After three years of construction, Spokane Public Schools held an open house to show off the new building. The new school is a far cry from what Ferris used to look like.
President Barack Obama said the United States "stands shoulder to shoulder" with "our close friend and ally in grief and resolve" President Barack Obama has condemned the beheading of British aid worker David Haines and promised to "degrade and destroy" the terrorist group ISIS. The White House issued a statement after footage emerged online apparently showing the brutal execution of 44-year-old Mr Haines.
A video has been posted online purporting to show the beheading by the Islamic State group of British aid worker David Haines, who went missing in Syria last year. Islamic State extremists have released a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines, who was abducted in Syria last year, and British Prime Minister David Cameron is condemning his slaying as "an act of... Ebola is thousands of miles away from Kenya's pristine Indian Ocean beaches, but the deadly disease appears to be discouraging tourism there and elsewhere in this vast continent.
Los Angeles metal fans should know that Judas Priest is coming to rock the Nokia Theatre on Nov. 10, where the band will playing its hits as well as rolling out a new 3-CD set, "Redeemer of Souls." The band has been knocking around for more than 40 years, releasing their "Rocka Rolla" debut album in 1974.
Louth and Horncastle MP Sir Peter Tapsell has called on Britain not to get involved in the conflict in the Middle East. Sir Peter, speaking in a House of Commons debate on the problem of British Jihadists, referred to the conflict as a "religious civil war."
The video was directed by band member M. Shawn Crahan, a.k.a. Clown, and features various violent scenes including a man being pecked to death by a crow, another man eating his own arm and each member of the US metal band meeting a grizzly end. 'The Devil In I' will feature on the band's forthcoming fifth studio album, '.5: The Gray Chapter'.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 06:42 pm
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