U.S.-Led Coalition Continues Fight To Retake Mosul From ISIS

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Despite Support From Trump, Israel's Prime Minister Is Embroiled In Controversy

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New U.S. regulations aimed at travelers coming from eight majority-Muslim countries on non-U.S. airline carriers stipulate that laptops and electronic devices must be put into checked luggage. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Emirates passenger planes are parked at their gates at Dubai International Airport in the United Arab Emirates. The U.S. restrictions require most electronic devices, including laptops, tablets and cameras, to be placed in checked baggage on direct flights to the U.S. from eight mostly Muslim countries, including the UAE. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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U.S., Britain Restrict Electronics On Flights From Mideast Countries

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Archaeologists In Syria Use 'Data Water' To Confound Antiquities Smugglers

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A tribal leader from the Rukban camp tries to get help for children from Raqaa who were separated from their parents, who were allowed into Jordan two years ago after their father became ill. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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Along Syria-Jordan Border, Refugees Struggle At A Camp Aid Workers Can't Visit

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The Edicule in Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is traditionally believed to be the site of Jesus' tomb. A $4 million restoration project, led by a Greek team, has cleaned and reinforced the structure. Sebastian Scheiner/AP hide caption

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Tomb Of Jesus Is Restored In Jerusalem

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Egyptian Political Satirist Bassem Youssef On Media And The Arab Spring

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Aid Reaches Syrian Town, After Being Cut Off For Five Months

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Israelis And Palestinians 'Must Know How To Speak To Each Other'

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Mohammed Mohiedin Anis, or Abu Omar, 70, smokes his pipe as he sits in his destroyed bedroom listening to music on his vinyl player, gramophone, in Aleppo's formerly rebel-held al-Shaar neighbourhood. Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Living Among the Ruins In Aleppo, A Man Keeps Playing His Songs

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U.N. High Commissioner For Human Rights Calls Syria A 'Torture Chamber'

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U.S. Denies Hitting Mosque After Dozens Killed In Syria

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