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Updated at 1 p.m. ET. U.S. personnel "could not have predicted" dozens of Mosul residents would be in a building from which ISIS snipers were attacking Iraqi forces, the Pentagon says, in its report on a U.S. air strike that killed at least 105 ...
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Manchester, England (CNN) Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi likely received some ISIS training by traveling to Syria in the months before the attack, according to information gathered in the preliminary investigation, a US official told CNN Thursday.
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BRUSSELS — President Trump, speaking at a ceremony Thursday to dedicate a memorial to NATO's resolve in the wake of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, publicly chastised his fellow alliance leaders for not being “fair” to U.S. taxpayers.
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