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Thousands now imported each year without oversight.
President Barack Obama has told the leaders of Liberia and Sierra Leone that the U.S. is committed to working to contain the Ebola outbreak …
The Pentagon sees little if any need to airdrop more food and water to Iraqis atop Sinjar Mountain.
His days in power in Iraq appear increasingly numbered.
The group they were working for, SIM USA, said in a news release Monday that all three were healthy and showed no signs of infection.
The Obama administration has begun directly providing weapons to Kurdish forces who have started to make gains against Islamic militants in …
Obama’s call with the Ukrainian leader comes amid Russia’s announcement that it will send a humanitarian convoy into Ukraine.
None of the more than 1,700 Africans sickened by Ebola have received this treatment.
The mission will be conducted under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Researchers at Auburn University are working on a compound to combat Ebola.
The U.S. is deploying a disaster response team to Iraq help distribute humanitarian aid to tens of thousands of people.
A similar 72-hour truce last week collapsed in renewed violence over the weekend.
Pope Francis on Sunday expressed outrage at violence aimed at religious minorities in Iraq.
The Defense Department says a new round of airstrikes by U.S. fighter jets and unmanned drones has targeted Islamic militants in Iraq.
Ukrainian troops have made steady advances against the rebels in recent weeks.
Obama warned Americans that the new campaign to bring security in Iraq requires military and political changes and “is going to be a long-te…
It was supposed to be over, America’s war in Iraq.