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Who Is Behind Burundi’s Political Violence?

How the government’s youth wing, a purportedly peaceful group of former fighters and government loyalists, has pushed the country to the brink of war.

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Syria’s Humanitarians Are Going Broke

Aid organizations are billions of dollars short of their funding requirements, and even the most effective groups are struggling to sustain interest in what seems to be a never-ending crisis.

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Tunisia Braces for the Backlash

In the wake of the worst assault in the country's modern history, some wonder whether Tunis has paid too little heed to growing extremism in its midst.

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Can’t We All Just Get Along and March on Raqqa?

Kurdish troops have advanced to within 30 miles of the Islamic State's capital city. But to push on they’ll have to stop fighting with the Free Syrian Army first.

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Yemen’s Peace Process Is Doomed

The country's warring factions can't even agree to sit around a table together, even as political chaos and a humanitarian disaster threaten to engulf them.

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