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Trapped By ISIS, Fallujah Residents Desperate For Aid

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Fallujah Residents Say Violence Has Heightened Since Iraq War

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Pentagon: Troops To Be Close To Iraqi Front Lines In Fight Against ISIS

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A replica of Palmyra's 2,000-year-old Arch of Triumph is constructed in London's Trafalgar Square on Monday. The arch, a replica of a monument demolished by ISIS, was made using 3-D imaging produced from photographs. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Kurds In Iraq Face Economic Woes Amid Refugee Influx, Fight Against ISIS

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'The Envoy': Zalmay Khalilzad's Journey From Afghanistan To The White House

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Relatives of Iraqi prisoners being held at Abu Ghraib denounce detainee treatment as they hold local newspapers featuring photos of U.S. soldiers abusing the prisoners inside the jail in May 2004. Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Was Torture': An Abu Ghraib Interrogator Acknowledges 'Horrible Mistakes'

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For Veterans, A 'Sense Of Purpose' Hard To Find In Life After Iraq

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter (left) and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford, speak at the Pentagon on Friday. They announced that U.S. forces killed a senior Islamic State leader in an airstrike. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Two Years After ISIS Pushed Mosul Into Crisis The Situation Remains Dicey

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A Libyan fireman stands in front of a flaming oil storage tank in northern Libya's Ras Lanouf region on Jan. 23. It was set alight in fighting with the Islamic State, which has established a strong presence in the country and taken control of the city of Sirte. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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