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Air strikes kill at least 23 in Syria’s Ghouta: Monitor

Nearly two dozen civilians have been killed just outside of Damascus in a Syrian government-led offensive targeting rebel-held areas. ThebUK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights...

Maldives president declares emergency, arrests judges

Security forces in the Maldives have arrested two Supreme Court judges and an opposition leader hours after President Abdulla Yameen declared a 15-day state...

Saudi-led coalition kills 68 children in Yemen- UN

The Saudi-led coalition that is fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen is responsible for the deaths of scores of children since last summer. Newsmen obtained excerpts from...

Trump Russia: Democrats say firing special counsel could cause crisis

Senior Democrats have warned President Donald Trump not to use a controversial memo as a "pretext" to fire the special counsel investigating alleged Russian...

I’m not a quitter, says Theresa May amid leadership questions

heresa May has responded to questions about her future as prime minister, saying "I'm not a quitter." Speaking before arriving in China on a trade...

State of the Union: Trump hails ‘new American moment’

A bullish US President Donald Trump has proclaimed a "new American moment" as he delivered his maiden State of the Union speech to Congress. In...

Colombia police station bombing kills five and injures dozens

At least five police officers have been killed and dozens wounded in the bombing of a Colombian police station. Officers were gathered to receive their...

Rescuers find seven survivors of missing Kiribati ferry

Seven survivors from a missing ferry in the Kiribati archipelago have been found floating in the Pacific Ocean. The MV Butiraoi, with 50 people on...

Kabul attack: Taliban kill 95 with ambulance bomb in Afghan capital

Officials say a suicide bombing has killed at least 95 people and injured 158 others in the centre of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. Attackers drove an...

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh and Myanmar agree repatriation timeframe

Bangladesh says it has agreed a timeframe with Myanmar for repatriating hundreds of thousands of Rohingya who fled an army crackdown last year. Myanmar has...
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