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Police says they ordered an investigation to 'examine offensive publications against the president on social media'

Eight ISIL militants and six other rebels were killed by Russia's different security forces

In new video, militant group calls on militants to fight Nigerian, AU troops now deployed in Chad, Niger, Cameroon

Gulf Arab leaders want Iran's nuclear deal to bring stability in the region

'Putin's current attitude toward Syria is more encouraging than before,' Erdogan said

With an increasing amount of women trying to escaping the violence and poverty in their homeland, many women, including teenagers, are being forced into marriages to avoid being sold into prostitution.

Chinese influence in Africa – political, economic and in terms of 'soft power' – now appears unstoppable, experts say

'Egypt remains vital to engagement and stability in the region as a whole,' says Kerry

Congress in Ankara ends with call for international action against Russian annexation

Mahmoud Abbas meets Meretz Party delegation in aftermath of killing of 18-month-old

French police have sprayed refugees with chemical irritant as they tried enter the Channel Tunnel

The Czech President has told migrants to leave if they don't like living in Czechoslovakia.

A Palestinian in central Israel was attacked by three Jewish extremists early on Sunday morning.

Five Houthis killed in the fighting, says pro-Hadi source, as militia reportedly fires shells across Saudi border

Israeli police briefly entered the mosque during those clashes to shut the doors and lock rioters inside.

Top general assassinated in Burundi: officials

'What did they do to the Israeli army or the Jewish settlers?' Ghassan Dawabsheh asks

Channel 4 presenter Jon Snow smuggled artwork by a Palestinian artist when she was unable to get a permit to leave Gaza.

Justice and Development Party delegation meets with Republican People's Party members for the fourth time

Although ISIL is meant to be a target of the US led coalition to halt it, senior political sources in the region have said that the governments are turning a blind eye to the oil sales that helps funds the terrorist group.

Foreign Ministry announces joint investigation with Iraqi-Kurdish authorities into airstrike

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