African-American woman in the US state of Mississippi gets 12 years in jail for supporting Daesh
African-American woman in the US state of Mississippi gets 12 years in jail for supporting Daesh

Jaelyn Delshaun Young, 20, and Muhammad Dakhlalla, 23, the couple who are accused of joining Daesh. (Photo by Clarionledger.com) An Afr...

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Daesh leader in Afghanistan and Pakistan killed by US drone: Official
Daesh leader in Afghanistan and Pakistan killed by US drone: Official

A file photo of Hafiz Saeed Khan, the leader of Daesh’s branch in Afghanistan and Pakistan The leader of Daesh’s branch in Afghanista...

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Canada reports first case of baby born with Zika-linked birth defect
Canada reports first case of baby born with Zika-linked birth defect

A mother takes care of her baby who was born with microcephaly in the Intensive Care Unit of the South Hospital in Choluteca, south of Teg...

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UN says Israel intensifies demolitions of Palestinian structures
UN says Israel intensifies demolitions of Palestinian structures

Palestinians inspect the damage after Israeli troops demolished a house of a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank village of Yatta on...

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US-based Black Lives Matter protesters voices solidarity with Palestinians
US-based Black Lives Matter protesters voices solidarity with Palestinians

Black Lives Matter protesters rally during a protest against police brutality at City Hall Park, August 1, 2016 in New York City. (AFP pho...

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Daesh Takfiris terrorist group kidnap nearly 2,000 civilians in northern Syria
Daesh Takfiris terrorist group kidnap nearly 2,000 civilians in northern Syria

A member of the Syrian Democratic Forces indicates a safe street to civilians fleeing the zones controlled by Daesh militants in the north...

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UN Committee Against Torture urges Burundi to address abuses
UN Committee Against Torture urges Burundi to address abuses

Heavily armed police patrol the streets in Bujumbura, Burundi, on April 12, 2016. (AFP) The UN Committee Against Torture urged Burundi o...

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Egypt’s state TV: 23 Egyptian workers kidnapped in Libya freed
Egypt’s state TV: 23 Egyptian workers kidnapped in Libya freed

The Daesh Takfiri terrorists released footage in February 2015 showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians kidnapped in Libya. ...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin appoints new Kremlin chief of staff
Russian President Vladimir Putin appoints new Kremlin chief of staff

Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) meets with Sergei Ivanov (L) and Anton Vaino in Moscow on August 12, 2016. ©AFP Russian President...

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Russia deploys S-400 missile system to Crimea
Russia deploys S-400 missile system to Crimea

Russia’s S-400 air defense missile systems roll at the Red Square during a military parade in the capital Moscow on May 7, 2016. ©AFP Ru...

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 Donald Trump explains why US President Barack Obama refers to Daesh as ISIL
Donald Trump explains why US President Barack Obama refers to Daesh as ISIL

US President Barack Obama addresses the Presidential Summit of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders at the Omni Sh...

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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani unfit for presidency: Abdullah
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani unfit for presidency: Abdullah

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, left, and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah (AFP) Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has...

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Russia holds drills in Black Sea amid tensions with Ukraine
Russia holds drills in Black Sea amid tensions with Ukraine

Russian naval forces have announced three-day military maneuvers in the Black Sea amid growing tensions between Moscow and Kiev over the Cr...

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US weighs sanctions against Russia for hacking Dem groups
US weighs sanctions against Russia for hacking Dem groups

(L-R) FBI Director James Comey, CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testify about "World Wi...

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Thousands in Argentina protest government reforms, job cuts
Thousands in Argentina protest government reforms, job cuts

Thousands of Argentine union workers have taken to the streets of the capital, Buenos Aires, in protest against the government’s economic r...

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Brazil police, anti-reform protesters clash in Sao Paulo
Brazil police, anti-reform protesters clash in Sao Paulo

Students clash with police during a protest in Sao Paulo Brazil on January 12, 2016. ©AFP Clashes have broken out between Brazilian poli...

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