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Inside the fight against ISIS sleeper cells in liberated Mosul
Military Times MOSUL, Iraq — Two crudely armored pickup trucks cruised along an eastern Mosul highway. A masked Iraqi officer riding shotgun yelled "Go! Go! Go!" and switched the radio from Iraqi folk music to fast, patriotic battle hymns as the vehicles sped up and... ---

Ukraine conflict: US condemns threat to OSCE monitors
Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine seized a drone at gunpoint from OSCE monitors on Friday.

Mosul battle: Civilians killed by landmines, police say
More than 50 civilians have been killed or injured by landmines since Friday night as they fled a village about 9 miles west of Mosul, Iraq's Federal Police said in a tweet Saturday.

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Police say drunk driver caused Mardi Gras crash that hurt 28
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Authorities on Sunday identified the man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans while intoxicated....

Thousands of Romanians form EU flag at anti-government rally
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Thousands protested in the Romanian capital Bucharest on Sunday against the Social Democrat government that tried to weaken a crackdown on corruption earlier this month.

Why did a Fox News program host a Swedish national security commentator who is unknown in Sweden?
Why did a Fox News program host a Swedish national security commentator who is unknown in Sweden?On a Thursday segment of Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor," host Bill O'Reilly directed a debate over crime and immigration in Sweden. On one side of the issue was a Swedish newspaper reporter Anne-Sofie Naslund, who argued against the notion that immigration was making her country dangerous. On the other side was a man named Nils Bildt, who was identified onscreen and verbally as a "Swedish defense and national security advisor."