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The Murderous Lure of Jihad: Tackiling ISIS and its Worldwide Recruitment (part 2)

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The Murderous Lure of Jihad: Tackiling ISIS and its Worldwide Recruitment

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Republicans block Obama's bid to hike minimum wage

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Calls for ISIS media blackout after execution of James Foley

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Web users divided over Darren Wilson

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Ferguson riots: Pressure mounts on Obama

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USA

Two US Ebola patients leave hospital ‘virus-free’

Two American aid workers who contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital ‘virus-free’, officials said Thursday, as the WHO announced talks on potential treatments set for next month.

OBITUARY

Former Irish PM Albert Reynolds dies at 81

Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds, who played a key role in advancing talks towards brokering peace in Northern Ireland, died on Thursday. He was 81.

ISRAEL

Israeli air strike kills three top Hamas commanders

An Israeli air strike killed three senior Hamas military commanders in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, the Islamist group said, the clearest sign yet Israel is focusing its assault on those leading attacks from the Palestinian enclave.

UKRAINE

Deadly street battles hit Ukrainian rebel stronghold

Heavy shelling hit residential neighbourhoods in Ukraine’s rebel stronghold of Donetsk and government forces fought street battles in other towns on Wednesday as they sought to crush a four-month-old separatist rebellion.

THAILAND

Thailand coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha voted prime minister

Thailand’s coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha was appointed prime minister on Thursday by a legislature he hand-picked, giving the army chief a veneer of legitimacy even while the military presses on with efforts to silence its critics.