Map: The 37th day of Operation Euphrates Shield according to TR Diplomacy.Woman killed in Hoboken train crash is identified as a 34-year-old Fabiola Bittar de Kroon whose child was in day care at the timeJaysh al-Tahreer map on the situation in North Aleppo shows the gains the rebels made today (in blue) and (in yellow stripes) the areas they've declared as a military zone.Family identifies 14-year-old #TownvilleElementary shooter as Jesse OsborneSaudi Arabia: US 9/11 law will erode principle of sovereign immunity, affecting all nations and may cause "serious unintended consequences" "American Fascist" - Front page of a Mexican magazine Reaction of Russian NTV host when journalist accused him in lies(about Rus Mindef/investigative committee lies on #MH17) UNICEF reported today that 96 children have been killed in Aleppo this week alone. While 223 children were injured. ISIS has a "fire and rescue" unit in Raqqah Syria and the group published photos of its saving a drowning man and extinguishing fires. TRUMP: "We are going to build that wall and we're going to stop heroine from pouring in. And we're going to stop the poison of the youth." .@realDonaldTrump: "We're going to build that wall and we're going to stop that heroin from pouring in." ISIL Amaq: Rocket killed 5 rebels at GhururNearly half of the states in the U.S. have recently had their voter registration systems targeted by foreign hackers Sudan using chemical weapons in Darfur: Rights watchdog Obama signs short-term funding bill into law: White House US-Philippines military alliance 'ironclad': Pentagon chief Memorial to the 30,000 Jews killed at Babi Yar exactly 75 years ago, lit up after tonight's memorial ceremony Israel police make arrests ahead of funeral of former president Peres Student arrested after wearing gorilla mask, handing out bananas at Black Lives Matter protestSpain's Socialist Party on brink of 'civil war' after half of leadership stages a coup Police arrest man who entered Oregon couple's home and shaved his head using hand sanitizer as lubricantVenezuela urged at U.N. to seek national dialogue, free inmates Nigeria's ruling party wins key poll amid fraud claims Army advances to Kindi Hospital in northern Aleppo Rebels inside Zyadia village after captured it from ISIS Ahmad al-Rashid, who fled Aleppo, explains why he left Syria and his family behindWhite House says U.S. encourages continued discussions between Pakistani and Indian militaries to avoid escalation over Kashmir White House says U.S. encourages continued discussions between Pakistani and Indian militaries to avoid escalation over Kashmir US-Philippines military alliance "ironclad": Pentagon chief Police block access to New Jersey station after train crash kills one, injures 100.

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Map: The 37th day of Operation Euphrates Shield according to TR Diplomacy.
Jaysh al-Tahreer map on the situation in North Aleppo shows the gains the rebels made today (in blue) and (in yellow stripes) the areas they've declared as a military zone.
"American Fascist" - Front page of a Mexican magazine
Reaction of Russian NTV host when journalist accused him in lies(about Rus Mindef/investigative committee lies on #MH17)
ISIS has a "fire and rescue" unit in Raqqah Syria and the group published photos of its saving a drowning man and extinguishing fires.
TRUMP: "We are going to build that wall and we're going to stop heroine from pouring in. And we're going to stop the poison of the youth."
.@realDonaldTrump: "We're going to build that wall and we're going to stop that heroin from pouring in."
ISIL Amaq: Rocket killed 5 rebels at Ghurur
Nearly half of the states in the U.S. have recently had their voter registration systems targeted by foreign hackers
Sudan using chemical weapons in Darfur: Rights watchdog
Memorial to the 30,000 Jews killed at Babi Yar exactly 75 years ago, lit up after tonight's memorial ceremony
Israel police make arrests ahead of funeral of former president Peres
Nigeria's ruling party wins key poll amid fraud claims
Rebels inside Zyadia village after captured it from ISIS
Police block access to New Jersey station after train crash kills one, injures 100.