Iraqi forces, Islamic State clash near TikritIraqi troops clashed with Islamic State fighters south of the militant-held city of Tikrit on Tuesday, though roadside bombs have reportedly slowed the offensive to retake Saddam Hussein’s home town.
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Gaining control of the northern city, captured by the Islamic State in June, would be a key step in pushing out the militants.
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Thousands of mourners and dignitaries filed past the coffin of the slain Russian opposition leader to pay their respects.
The British royal took on a diplomatic role in Beijing, presenting President Xi Jinping with a letter from Queen Elizabeth II.
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Boris Nemtsov was fatally shot late Friday on a bridge in the heart of Moscow.
Death toll rises to nearly 200 near Kabul amid rescue efforts.
A mass killing is an extreme illustration of the problems health workers face in West Africa while fighting Ebola.
The Russian opposition leader was shot and killed in central Moscow, the Russian Interior Ministry said early Saturday.