Revisiting The Syrian Playbook After Obama

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After 4-Year Siege, Rebels And Families Evacuate Darayya, Syria

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U.S.-Backed Turkish Offensive In Syria Threatens Alliance With Kurds

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Secretary Of State Kerry Visits Saudi Arabia In Effort To End Yemen War

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Attack On American University Of Afghanistan Kills Students, Others

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Biden Attempts To Smooth Relations With Turkey After Coup Attempt

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Egyptian Woman Goes From Protests To Pizza

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Syrian refugee Taher Hamada, 34, cares for his 4-month-old daughter, Tamara, at his apartment in Gaziantep, Turkey. His lack of documents makes it difficult, if not impossible, for him to travel, and could limit the opportunities for his daughter. Nish Nalbandian hide caption

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Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi, a Muslim Brotherhood leader, chant slogans against the Egyptian military during a trial in which they were charged with violence in Alexandria, Egypt, on March 29, 2014. Thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters have been jailed by the current government. A former prisoner tells NPR he saw some turn to ISIS in prison. Heba Khamis/AP hide caption

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As Egypt's Jails Fill, Growing Fears Of A Rise In Radicalization

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Biden To Try To Smooth U.S. Relations With Turkey

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'The Terror Years' Traces The Rise Of Al-Qaida And ISIS

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Syrian Regime Area Residents Suffer Amid Deadly Rebel Offensive

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Afghan police train with their weapons in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan, in July. Hundreds of U.S. troops are deployed to train and assist security forces in Helmand province, where the Taliban have recently made territorial gains. Abdul Khaliq/AP hide caption

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A 5-year-old boy, identified in news reports as Omran Daqneesh, sits in an ambulance Wednesday after reportedly being pulled out of a building hit by an airstrike in Aleppo, Syria. Mahmoud Raslan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Bombing At Turkish Wedding Raises Questions About Country's Stability

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Scores Of Casualties In Turkey Wedding Bombing

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An Iraqi man prays in 2015 for his slain relative, at the site of a mass grave, believed to contain the bodies of Iraqi soldiers killed by Islamic State group militants when they overran Camp Speicher military base, in Tikrit, Iraq. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Wounded 5-year-old Omran Daqneesh sits alone in the back of the ambulance after he was injured during airstrikes targeting Aleppo, Syria, on Wednesday. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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People react after an explosion in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey. Gaziantep province Gov. Ali Yerlikaya said the deadly blast, during a wedding near the border with Syria, was a terror attack. Eyyup Burun/AP hide caption

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Turkish Officials Say At Least 54 Killed, Scores Injured In Wedding Bombing

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