Top US commander visited Syria: Central Command
Top US commander visited Syria: Central Command

General Joseph Votel, head of US Central Command, seen on March 8, 2016, in Washington, DC. (AFP photo) The leading US commander for the...

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Turkey keeps Syrian scholars, sends off others: EU
Turkey keeps Syrian scholars, sends off others: EU

Refugee men attend a silent protest at a makeshift camp for migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idome...

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Hillary Clinton's policies created Daesh terrorists: Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton's policies created Daesh terrorists: Donald Trump

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the crowd during a campaign rally at La Gala May 16, 2016, in Bowling Green...

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Afghan Taliban leader 'likely killed' in US drone strike
Afghan Taliban leader 'likely killed' in US drone strike

Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour (file photo) The United States has carried out a major operation against Afghan Taliban chi...

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Tajikistan referendum could change Central Asian politics
Tajikistan referendum could change Central Asian politics

People wave Tajik flags in front of a poster depicting Tajikistan's President Emomali Rakhmon. (AFP) The Central Asian nation of Taj...

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New UK Navy ships will scare off enemies
New UK Navy ships will scare off enemies

British Navy’s new Queen Elizabeth class carrier under construction (File photo) The United Kingdom has unveiled two vast new aircraft c...

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Syrian forces seize Turkish aid supplies bound for Daesh terrorists
Syrian forces seize Turkish aid supplies bound for Daesh terrorists

A frame grab of Syrian intelligence forces inspecting a captured Daesh-bound lorry full of medicine in Aleppo (file photo) Syrian forces...

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India clears part of $6.4bn Iran debt
India clears part of $6.4bn Iran debt

India is one of the biggest clients of Iranian crude. India has made the first euro payments to Iran in four years to clear part of it...

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Iran says Western governments failing to fulfill obligations
Iran says Western governments failing to fulfill obligations

Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Valiollah Seif says he US and the EU are failing to fulfill their commitments under the nuclear deal....

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Afghan prisoner released from Guantanamo after 14 years
Afghan prisoner released from Guantanamo after 14 years

This AFP file photo taken on March 29, 2010 shows US military guards moving a detainee to an undefined facility inside Camp Delta in the D...

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Syrian troops advance against terrorists in several areas
Syrian troops advance against terrorists in several areas

Syrian soldiers patrol in al-Qaryatayn on April 4, 2016, after the town’s recapture from Daesh terrorists. ©AFP Syrian forces have made ...

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Venezuela completes first day of massive drills
Venezuela completes first day of massive drills

People receive instructions for military exercises at the low-income neighborhood of Catia in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, May 20, 201...

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Reports of sexual abuse by US Catholic clergy spike
Reports of sexual abuse by US Catholic clergy spike

Priests from the New York Archdiocese exit Madison Square Garden as Pope Francis conducts Mass there, in New York City on September 25, 20...

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Iraqi forces eliminate Daesh bombers on way to Baghdad
Iraqi forces eliminate Daesh bombers on way to Baghdad

Iraqi troops attend a training camp near the city of Fallujah, some 69 kilometers (43 miles) west of the capital Baghdad, in the Anbar pro...

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Israeli forces injure 78 Palestinians, detain 106 others in one week: UN
Israeli forces injure 78 Palestinians, detain 106 others in one week: UN

A Palestinian protester carries an injured fellow protester during clashes with Israeli forces outside the compound of the Israeli Ofer Pr...

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Former Taiwanese leader faces lawsuits over leaks, graft
Former Taiwanese leader faces lawsuits over leaks, graft

Former Taiwanese chief executive Ma Ying-jeou ©AFP Former Taiwanese chief executive Ma Ying-jeou is expected to be challenged with dozen...

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UN agency warns of ‘worst environmental threats’
UN agency warns of ‘worst environmental threats’

This picture, taken on April 26, 2016, shows a general view of the Pahang River in Temerloh, outside the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur...

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Swiss high-speed train crashes into bus, at least 17 injured
Swiss high-speed train crashes into bus, at least 17 injured

The crash between the high-speed ICE train and bus happened near Interlaken in Switzerland. Photo / Getty Swiss police say at least 17 ...

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