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Russian Court Sentences 'Jihadist' Recruiters

A court in the southern Russian city of Astrakhan has sentenced six men accused of recruiting for militant groups in Russia and abroad to prison terms ranging from six to seven years.
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Ghani Says Afghan Unity Government Will Bring 'Peace'

Afghanistan's President-elect Ashraf Ghani says the country's new unity government will bring "peace."
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Erdogan: Turkey Won't Disclose Details On Hostage Release

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his government will not disclose details of a covert operation to release 49 people held hostage by Islamic State militants.
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Uzbekistan Bars Exiled Opposition Leader's Wife, Son

Uzbek authorities have barred the wife and a son of exiled opposition leader Bahodir Choriev from entering the country.
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Russia Considers Cooperation In Fight Against IS Militants

Russia is considering how it could cooperate with other nations in the fight against Islamic State militants.
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