US-led airstrikes kill 876 civilians in Syria since 2014: Monitoring group
US-led airstrikes kill 876 civilians in Syria since 2014: Monitoring group

In this September 23, 2014 photo released by the US Air Force, a formation of US Navy F-18E Super Hornets leaves after receiving fuel from...

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UK probes 257 alleged human rights abuses by Saudi Arabia in Yemen
UK probes 257 alleged human rights abuses by Saudi Arabia in Yemen

A Yemeni man stands on October 24, 2016 at the site of an air raid on a funeral ceremony that killed 140 people and wounded 525 on Octobe...

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US President Donald Trump says he wants to expand America’s nuclear arsenal
US President Donald Trump says he wants to expand America’s nuclear arsenal

US President Donald Trump is interviewed by Reuters in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, US, February 23, 2017. (Reuters p...

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Failing health system leaves millions of Yemenis disease-prone: WHO
Failing health system leaves millions of Yemenis disease-prone: WHO

Yemeni infants suffering from malnutrition wait for treatment in the hallway of a medical center in Bani Hawat, on the outskirts of the Ye...

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Hundreds protest police shooting in California
Hundreds protest police shooting in California

Protesters march towards the home of a white police officer who shot towards an unarmed Hispanic teen on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. (AP...

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President Vladimir Putin: Russia aims to 'stabilize legitimate authority' in Syria
President Vladimir Putin: Russia aims to 'stabilize legitimate authority' in Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) attends a meeting with Northern Fleet officers, who took part in the anti-terror combat in the Medit...

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Failing health system leaves millions of Yemenis disease-prone: WHO
Failing health system leaves millions of Yemenis disease-prone: WHO

Yemeni infants suffering from malnutrition wait for treatment in the hallway of a medical center in Bani Hawat, on the outskirts of the Ye...

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Spain jails former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato for 4.5 years over embezzlement
Spain jails former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato for 4.5 years over embezzlement

File photo shows former International Monetary Fund chief, Rodrigo Rato (C), walking between police officers as he leaves his office in Ma...

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No peace with Myanmar government in sight, powerful rebel group warns
No peace with Myanmar government in sight, powerful rebel group warns

In this photograph taken October 14, 2016, armed rebels belonging to the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) ethnic group move towards the fron...

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Turkey says nearly in full control of Syria's al-Bab
Turkey says nearly in full control of Syria's al-Bab

Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik says his country’s armed forces and allied militants are almost in full control of the Syrian city of...

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Barack Obama’s lawyers team up to prevent US President Donald Trump from breaking ethics rules
Barack Obama’s lawyers team up to prevent US President Donald Trump from breaking ethics rules

President Donald Trump (L) and former President Barack Obama talk on the East front steps of the US Capitol after inauguration ceremonies ...

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Somali president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed appoints new prime minister as Hassan Ali Khayre
Somali president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed appoints new prime minister as Hassan Ali Khayre

Somalia's newly-appointed Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre Somalia’s new president has picked Hassan Ali Khayre, a former aid worker...

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Australians protest at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's first visit, call him 'war criminal’
Australians protest at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's first visit, call him 'war criminal’

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters have taken to the streets of the Australian city of Sydney to express their outrage at Israeli Pri...

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130 bodies recovered from mass graves in Syria’s Idlib
130 bodies recovered from mass graves in Syria’s Idlib

Al-Qaeda-linked militants fire a home-made mortar launcher during a major assault on Syrian government forces West of Aleppo city on Octob...

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Syria peace talks start in Geneva amid low expectations
Syria peace talks start in Geneva amid low expectations

Syria's United Nations ambassador and head of the government delegation Bashar al-Ja’afari (2nd L) leaves after a meeting with UN Spec...

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Two Saudi troops killed in Yemen counterattacks
Two Saudi troops killed in Yemen counterattacks

Saudi soldiers stand guard behind a sandbag barricade at the border with Yemen in Jizan, Saudi Arabia. (Photo by AP) Two Saudi troops ha...

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Philippines to arrest ex-justice minister Leila de Lima over drugs
Philippines to arrest ex-justice minister Leila de Lima over drugs

In this photo taken on February 16, 2017, Philippine Senator Leila de Lima is arriving at the Senate session hall in Manila. (Photo by AFP...

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Police clash with high school students in Paris
Police clash with high school students in Paris

French security forces have clashed with high school students and detained multiple protesters in Paris as the wave of unrest in the wake...

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Hundreds of protesters demand departure of Guinea-Bissau President Jose Mario Vaz
Hundreds of protesters demand departure of Guinea-Bissau President Jose Mario Vaz

File photo shows Jose Mario Vaz, the president of Guinea-Bissau. (Photo by AFP) Hundreds of protesters have marched through the capital ...

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UK and France sign major deal to upgrade cruise missiles
UK and France sign major deal to upgrade cruise missiles

A RAF Tornado jet equipped with four Storm Shadow/ SCALP EG cruise missiles (file photo) The UK and France have signed a major deal wi...

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