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EXCLUSIVE: Ben Carson Visits Syrian Refugees in Jordan: ‘We Must Find a Political End to this Conflict’

GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson plans to put forward “real solutions” for the United States to help Jordan, which is currently housing 1.4 million refugees, following Carson’s trip to Jordan over the Thanksgiving weekend where he spoke with Syrian refugees and officials during visits to several medical facilities, adding that he was delighted to learn about the humanitarian efforts by other countries to help assist the suffering refugees.

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UAE Sends over 400 Colombian Mercenaries to Fight Houthis in Yemen

The United Arab Emirates (UAE), a member of a U.S.-backed coalition led by Saudi Arabia, has deployed to Yemen more than 400 Colombian mercenaries who had been training in the Emirati desert to combat Iran-linked Shiite rebels known as Houthis, reports The New York Times (NYT).

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Report: Russia Dropping Cluster Bombs over Civilian Areas in Syria

Russian bombers are dropping cluster munitions over Raqqa, Syria, the city known as the de facto capital of the Islamic State terror group, sources inside Syria confirmed to Breitbart News. Sources say Moscow is also indiscriminately targeting civilians neighborhoods populated by Sunni Muslims, killing innocent women and children in the process.

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Elite FBI Surveillance Teams Track 48 High-Risk Islamic State Suspects In U.S.

It was a bombshell development last month when FBI Director James Comey estimated his agency was running over 900 active investigations against suspected ISIS operatives in the United States. On Friday, Fox News reported that at least 48 of those suspects are so high-risk that the FBI has deployed its elite Mobile Surveillance Teams to keep track of them.

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China Enters Turkey-Russia Dispute Urging ‘Cooperation’

China joined other countries, including the United States, in urging steps to de-escalate the growing tensions about Turkey’s decision to shoot down a Russian warplane Tuesday, calling for the international community to work together in combating terrorism to avoid such incidents.