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Newsbrief: Kurdish president resigns after eight years

Newsbrief: Kurdish president resigns after eight years

President Barzani resigns from office as a result of conflicts regarding the independence referendum.

Newsbrief: Syria denies U.N report that held it responsible for chemical attack

Newsbrief: Syria denies U.N report that held it responsible for chemical attack

The Syrian Government is being blamed for the release of the chemical, sarin, in the town of Khan Sheikhoun.

Newsbrief: Egypt removes security officers after deadly attack

Newsbrief: Egypt removes security officers after deadly attack

Egypt dismisses several police and military officers after deadliest police attack in years

Newsbrief: Raqqa airstrikes result in massive civilian casualties

Newsbrief: Raqqa airstrikes result in massive civilian casualties

American airstrikes bring even more death and destruction to the city of Raqqa.

Newsbrief: Unknown militants kill Egyptian security

Newsbrief: Unknown militants kill Egyptian security

Further investigation continues after attack in Egypt.

Newsbrief: American resident imprisoned in Egypt

Newsbrief: American resident imprisoned in Egypt

Ola al-Qarudawi and her husband have been imprisoned in Egyptian jails since June 30, without charges.

Newsbrief: U.S. allies battle over Kirkuk

Newsbrief: U.S. allies battle over Kirkuk

Iraqi and Kurdish troops fight over the city of Kirkuk

Newsbrief: Sima Wali, human rights activist, died at 66

Newsbrief: Sima Wali, human rights activist, died at 66

by Yuri Furuuchi Sima Wali, who was human rights activist died at age 66 on September 22 at her home in Falls Church, VA, according to The New York Times. Wali’s nephew Suleiman Wali said the cause of death was a rare neurological disease called multiple system atrophy. Wali fled Afghanistan when it became violent […]

Newsbrief: Court case rattled Turkish government

Newsbrief: Court case rattled Turkish government

Turkish President is involved in a controversy involving gold and gas trade.

Newsbrief: American companies in crucial lawsuit after allegedly funding Iraqi terror groups

Newsbrief: American companies in crucial lawsuit after allegedly funding Iraqi terror groups

Five American companies have been supposedly funding Iraqi terror organizations, resulting in a lawsuit.

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.