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But will it work?
Can the fighting in Yemen be stopped before it's too late?
Officials are looking into ways to evacuate those who want to leave the camp.
A self-imposed midnight deadline between Iran and world powers to strike a deal on Iran's nuclear program has passed. But it ain't over yet.
Residents of the capital Sanaa and elsewhere in Yemen react to Saudi-led airstrikes.
The UN is calling on Western countries to take in more displaced Syrians. But so far the call has not been met.
Even if the Islamic State’s various enemies present a united front, the battle for Mosul will probably be a messy one.
"We've made enough progress in the last days to merit staying until Wednesday," acting spokeswoman Marie Harf said in a statement. "There are several difficult issues still remaining."
Saudi-led military action against the Houthis could well be the first salvo in a more muscular response to Iran’s growing influence in the region.
An alarming spate of explosions is rocking Odessa, Ukraine's southern port city. The Kremlin denies having anything to do with it.
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