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Iraqi special forces soldiers looks at a destroyed Islamic State vehicle in a village near Mosul, Iraq October 25, 2016. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

ISIS executes dozens of prisoners near Mosul

ERBIL, Iraq - Islamic State militants have in recent days executed dozens of prisoners taken from villages the group has been forced to abandon by an Iraqi army advance on the city of Mosul, officials in the region said.


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U.S. Justice Dept sets divestiture condition for Wabtec-Faiveley deal

WASHINGTON The U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday it will require Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corp to divest Faiveley Transport North America's entire U.S. freight car brakes business in order for Wabtec to proceed with its proposed $1.8 billion acquisition of Faiveley Transport S.A. and Faiveley Transport North America.


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