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Syrian government airstrikes target areas held by Islamic State group in northern Syria
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Texas Gov. Perry calls indictment a political play, confident he'll prevail over 'farce'
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Washington is traditionally slow in August, but this week has been dominated by the unrest in Ferguson, Mo. the strife in Iraq, and don't forget the hug summit. Almost all took us by surprise this week. We don't yet know what will shock us this coming week or what crises could just be around the corner, but here's a glimpse at some of the stories your ABC News political team will be covering in the week ahead:
Man unharmed after he crashes his car into a pool; says flip-flops entangled with car pedals
Ukraine says rebels shoot down fighter jet over Luhansk region
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency and imposed a curfew Saturday in a St. Louis suburb where police and protesters have clashed in the week since a black teenager was shot to death by a white police officer.
Mao's enemy Chiang Kai-shek enters mainstream Chinese culture as useful anti-Japanese patriot
Uzo Aduba of 'Orange is the New Black,' Allison Janney of 'Masters of Sex' among Emmy winners
Gyorko hits grand slam as San Diego Padres beat St. Louis Cardinals 9-5
Perry is third GOP White House hopeful with legal troubles, but his indictments may hurt most
Brewers end Kershaw's 11-game winning streak; Braun, Gomez homer in 3-2 win over Dodgers