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US dawdles on Iraq as Russia, Iran jump in

Removal of Syrian chemical arsenal was result of unprecedented collaboration

Allawi: US policy toward Iraq 'without a compass'

The Syria disconnect in US Iraq policy

Six Russian citizens belonging to the banned Islamist group Hizb ut Tahrir were arrested in St. Petersburg on June 24. Police killed two suspected Islamist militants in Dagestan; alleged Caucasus Emirate "warlord" Makhach Taimudarov was killed in Makhachkala, and another man was killed in Derbent. Prosecutors are seeking a 13-year sentence for a former Makhachkala mayor accused of plotting both a missile attack against a plane carrying a top Russian Pension Fund official and the murder of an Investigative Committee official. Abu Muhammad, emir of the Caucasus Emirate, has issued a video discussing the Jaish al-Muhajireen wal Ansar (Emigrants Army), which calls itself the Imarat Kavkaz/Caucasus Emirate (CE) in Syria; he says Chechen fighters should align themselves with the Al Nusrah Front, not the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham, and urges ISIS commander Omar al Shishani to return to the Emigrants Army, but also warns against fitna (discord).

AQAP eulogizes slain emir of Islamic Caucasus Emirate

Putin offers Iraq's Maliki 'complete support' against jihadists

Iraq's spiral into chaos exposes many weaknesses

In Europe, no plans for military involvement in Iraq

US vacates Manas base in Central Asia as Russia's clout rises

Chechen leader denies sending troops to Ukraine

Russia: Syrian veterans fighting in Ukraine

Security forces claimed to have killed five militants during a May 24 raid in Sagopshi, Ingushetia, in which a policeman and his wife also died. The five suspects were blamed for the murder of Ingush Security Council secretary Ahmed Kotiev in August 2013.

Russia, China veto UN bid to refer Syria to international court

US military's reduced readiness seen as emboldening China, Russia

Russia said it would veto a draft UN resolution that seeks to refer the Syrian conflict to the International Criminal Court. Suspected Islamist gunmen killed three police officers and wounded seven more in a shootout in Dagestan's Gunib district on May 15.

NATO Chief Says Europe Facing New 'Less Predictable' Security Situation

Russia says 'Friends of Syria' stance destructive

"Friends of Syria" London meeting agrees to increase support for Syrian opposition

Hezbollah cutting costs as Iranian aid dries up