• Hostage-taking in French town ends, hostages safe (AP)
  • Canada to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by end of February (AP)
  • French jets destroy ISIS command center at Tel Afar, west of Iraq's Mosul, official says (Reuters)
  • Tunisia to declare state of emergency, give security forces more powers after bus attack. (Reuters)
  • Hostage situation in French town of Roubaix near Belgium; several with gunshot wounds (Reuters)
  • Syrian group: IS releases more Assyrian Christian hostages (AP)
  • NATO rejects Russian claim that jet wasn't in Turkish airspace (Reuters)
  • Libya official: 5 killed, 17 wounded by suicide bombing at checkpoint near Tripoli (AP)
  • At least 12 killed, 16 wounded in Tunisia bus blast. (AP)
  • Paris prosecutor: Abaaoud, other suspect planned to attack La Defense Paris business district (Reuters)
  • Obama: Turkey has right to defend territory, urges no escalation after plane shoot-down (AP)
  • 13 Afghan soldiers captured by Taliban after helicopter crash (Reuters)
  • Obama: U.S. must uphold freedom of religion, equality before law (Reuters)
  • 11 reported killed in Tunisia blast (Reuters)
  • Shots fired at Israeli car near West Bank settlement of Beit El, no casualties (Haaretz)
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