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09:59, 24 October 2014 Friday
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Former head of Bangladeshi Jamaat-e-Islami has died while serving 90-year prison sentence

The US acted despite opposition from Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says, adding "I told him (Obama) Kobani is not currently a strategic place for you, if anything it is strategic for us"

The conflict between Turkish and Greek Cypriots on the island continues over the ownership of the hydrocarbon reserves in the exclusive economic zones off the shore of the island

"I'm in Belgrade for the first time in 25 years," Hoxhaj told reporters, "It shows how difficult the journey was to come to Belgrade, (just) a four-hour drive up the road."

Albayrak aims to build four new berths and repair others, bringing the number of working berths to 10.

Japan's defence ministry has said an X-Band radar system was delivered on Tuesday to the U.S. military's communication facility in Kyoto in the western part of the country

Israeli police said on Twitter that a Palestinian man had been detained at a military checkpoint, one day after a Palestinian driver was killed for allegedly hitting several Israeli pedestrians

Aeroplane maker company Boeing sells plane parts to Iran, as part of easing the sanctions and first step since 1979

Imam Harun’s fight against racism has deep repercussions not only in South Africa but also in the rest of the continent.

Oxford-educated Bilawal Bhutto Zardari told Reuters that he planned a series of rallies in a challenge to Pakistan's embattled prime minister, Nawaz Sharif.

The detainees were moved to detention centers run by the internal security agency (Shin Bet) for interrogation

Student leader says can’t see any ‘practical need’ for second round of talks on political reform after first meeting Tuesday

Davutoglu has said the solution process with the outlawed Kurdish Workers' Party can make progress towards a roadmap "within months."

Hassoumi Massaoudou, Niger's minister of the interior and public security, said it would be operated by Niger's intelligence service, the General Direction of Documentation and External Security.

Thousands marched in Iguala to protest the disappearance of the teachers in training. After the march, masked men set fire to the municipal offices with Molotov cocktails and smashed the windows.

Coalition strikes have hit the Syrian provinces of Aleppo, Deir al-Zor, Idlib, Raqqa and al-Hassakah, the Observatory said.

On October 22,1992, 16 Bosnians travelling in a bus were taken hostage by the Serbian armed unit "Avengers" and brutally killed.

The Kurdish political parties in northern Syria have signed the "Dohuk agreement" to defend Rojava, a Kurdish-majority area in northeast Syria.

Militarisation by both sides along the border has risen and public animosity between the two countries is growing, said Igor Sutyagin

A resupply bundle intended for Kurdish forces fighting ISIL militants in the strategic Syrian town of Kobani might instead have been seized by ISIL, the Pentagon said

Jurors found three of the ex-guards guilty of manslaughter and weapons charges, and a fourth guilty of murder.

The decision was welcomed by Kosovo's Olympic Committee, formed in 1992 with more than 30 affiliated national federations with 13 of which being Olympic sports federations.

The clashes had broken out in Silwan neighborhood after Israeli troops raided the homes of the relatives of a Palestinian driver accused of running over and killing a baby and injuring eight people

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