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Pentagon: US shoots down Syrian aircraft for first time

WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. military on Sunday shot down a Syrian Air Force fighter jet that bombed local forces aligned with the Americans in the fight against Islamic State …
Pro-Syrian regime protesters, carry a giant Syrian flag during a demonstration against the Arab League decision to suspend Syria, in Damascus, Syria, on Sunday Nov. 13, 2011. Tens of thousands of pro-regime demonstrators gathered in a Damascus square Sunday to protest the Arab League's vote to suspend Syria over its bloody crackdown on the country's eight-month-old uprising.
Once again, Europe wonders what the U.S. intends to do about Russia sanctions
Ben & Jerry’s bans two scoops of same flavor in Australia until gay marriage is legal
Venezuelan grandparents take to the streets to protest their government
Court rules Facebook must delete postings containing hate speech
Saudi Arabia – where women can’t even drive – gets a seat on UN women’s rights panel
Finally freed from ISIS, this man celebrates his freedom by smoking – a lot
Snapchat’s ratings plunge after its CEO allegedly says it’s ‘only for rich people’
World’s oldest person dies at 117, doctor says
Muslim births to outnumber Christian births worldwide by 2035
Back from the brink? Venezuela reverses its congressional ‘coup’ but tensions remain
Eiffel Tower goes dark for London attack victims
4 dead, many more wounded in ‘sick and depraved terrorist act’ in London
Britain to follow US in electronic ban on flights from some Middle Eastern countries
Yes, February was too warm. Global climate is in ‘uncharted territory,’ group says
Electronics to be banned from cabin on some flights from Middle East, reports say
Paul Ryan and a Canadian bar learn the hard way: There’s only one way to pour Guinness
China to Trump: We don't want a trade war - but if there is one, you'd lose
Here are the three biggest issues facing the world wide web today, its inventor says
‘Why couldn’t you just keep your knees together?’ judge asks. Now he's an ex-judge

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