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Syrians fleeing the Turkish incursion in northeastern Syria receive bedding materials as they arrive at a camp in Dohuk, Iraq, on Thursday. Byron Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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'We Didn't Believe We Would See The Sun Rise': Refugees From Syria Arrive In Iraq

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Why Many People In Northern Ireland Are Not Satisfied With Latest Brexit Proposal

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Shelling Still Heard At Syrian-Turkish Border After Ceasefire Went Into Effect

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Amnesty International Accuses Turkish Troops, Mercenaries Of War Crimes In Syria

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Fighting continued early Friday in a northeast Syrian border town at the center of the fight between Turkey and Kurdish forces, despite a U.S.-brokered cease-fire that went into effect overnight. Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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A volunteer carries an injured youth to a hospital after an explosion that killed at least 62 people in the Haska Mina district of Nangarhar province Friday. Noorullah Shirzada/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mexican President Defends Decision Give Up Custody Of Son Of 'El Chapo'

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News Brief: Impeachment Inquiry Latest, Turkey Suspends Incursion, Mexico Violence

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Gunfight Over Son Of 'El Chapo' In Mexico

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Kurdish Syrians Flee To Iraq

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Smoke from burning cars rises in Culiacán, Mexico, on Thursday, after an intense gunfight between security forces and gunmen linked to the Sinaloa drug cartel. Hector Parra/AP hide caption

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Massive Gun Battle Erupts In Mexico Over Son Of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo'

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Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis delivers the keynote address during the 74th Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner on Thursday in New York. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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