UN warns 5.5mn in Damascus without water as disease outbreak looms
UN warns 5.5mn in Damascus without water as disease outbreak looms

Syrian residents fill up buckets with spring water from a pipe on the side of a road in the capital Damascus. (Photo by AP) The United N...

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Bahrain gives powers to intelligence agents to detain dissidents
Bahrain gives powers to intelligence agents to detain dissidents

In this file photo, a policeman arrests Bahraini human rights activist Said Yousif during his march towards Eker village, Bahrain. (Photo ...

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Chad closes border with Libya over threat of terror infiltration
Chad closes border with Libya over threat of terror infiltration

File photo shows militants from the Tubu ethnic group posing in the border region between Libya and Chad. The government in Chad has ann...

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Iraqi popular forces reject Amnesty war crimes allegations
Iraqi popular forces reject Amnesty war crimes allegations

Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), known as Hashd al-Sha’abi, have dismissed a recent Amnesty International report that accused them ...

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Moroccan police break up protest over fish seller’s death in Hoceima
Moroccan police break up protest over fish seller’s death in Hoceima

This file photo shows Moroccans in a demonstration on November 4, 2016 in the northern city of Hoceima to demand justice for a fish seller...

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US intelligence officials say Russian cyber attacks are 'major threat'
US intelligence officials say Russian cyber attacks are 'major threat'

US Defense Undersecretary for Intelligence Marcell Lettre II, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and NSA Director Admiral Mic...

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Donald Trump slams Obamacare as 'lie from the beginning'
Donald Trump slams Obamacare as 'lie from the beginning'

This file photo taken on December 28, 2016 shows US President-elect Donald Trump speaking to reporters at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florid...

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urges US to maintain proper direction of ties
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urges US to maintain proper direction of ties

This image taken on June 3, 2016 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Conference Center in Paris, shows Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (...

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China reiterates opposition to US deployment of THAAD in South Korea
China reiterates opposition to US deployment of THAAD in South Korea

A senior Chinese official has reiterated Beijing’s opposition to a US deployment of the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system ...

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Bahrain extends detention of human rights activist
Bahrain extends detention of human rights activist

Bahraini anti-regime protesters hold up images of human rights activist Nabeel Rajab during a solidarity demonstration outside his home in...

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Slopes, famous vineyard region burnt in South Africa's wildfires
Slopes, famous vineyard region burnt in South Africa's wildfires

In this photo taken on January 4, 2017, a wildfire is fought in Somerset West near Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by AP) Wildfires have...

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Berlin attacker used 14 different identities: Police
Berlin attacker used 14 different identities: Police

German officials say the Berlin market attacker used 14 different identities and had been detained by authorities prior to the deadly incid...

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Israeli attorney general approves indictment of Palestinian lawmaker
Israeli attorney general approves indictment of Palestinian lawmaker

Basel Ghattas, a Palestinian member of Israel's Knesset (parliament), arrives at the Rishon Lezion court, near Tel Aviv, on December 2...

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Iraqi forces in control of 70 percent of eastern Mosul: Commander
Iraqi forces in control of 70 percent of eastern Mosul: Commander

The head of Iraq's Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) says Iraqi forces have managed to wrest control of up to 70 percent of eastern Mos...

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Turkey orders detention of 380 businessmen over links to Fethullah Gulen
Turkey orders detention of 380 businessmen over links to Fethullah Gulen

A Turkish soldier stands guard next to the courthouse as a vehicle transporting prisoners charged with involvement in the July 15 coup att...

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Bomb blast kills two near court in western Turkish city
Bomb blast kills two near court in western Turkish city

An explosion has struck near a courthouse in the western Turkish city of Izmir, leaving two people dead and several others wounded. A...

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Casualties reported as bomb blast rocks western Syria town
Casualties reported as bomb blast rocks western Syria town

A car bomb attack has rocked the coastal town of Jablah in Syria’s western province of Latakia, reportedly leaving over a dozen people ...

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If not in Syria, we should have fought Takfiris in Iran: Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei
If not in Syria, we should have fought Takfiris in Iran: Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said I...

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Turkey launches fresh hunt in nightclub bombing
Turkey launches fresh hunt in nightclub bombing

A Turkish special force police officer walks in front of the Reina nightclub on January 4, 2017 in Istanbul, three days after a gunman kil...

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Rights groups slam Myanmar abuse cover-up
Rights groups slam Myanmar abuse cover-up

Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, who tried to cross the Naf River into Bangladesh to escape sectarian violence, are kept under watch by Bang...

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