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11:03, 21 September 2014 Sunday
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As many as 50,000 have been forced out of their homes over the last 24 hours in Sindh province, say officials.

'There is no other country in the world that can accept nearly 60,000 refugees into their soil in one day,' say Deputy PM Kurtulmus

The Yemeni government and armed Shi'ite Houthi rebels reached an agreement to end the worst violence for years in the capital Sanaa, U.N. special envoy Jamal Benomar said.

Ethiopia's representative in the meeting, Gedion Assefa, said his country firmly believed that the current row with Egypt over the dam could be resolved through dialogue

Aimal Faizi, a spokesman for President Hamid Karzai, said the deal would be formally signed on Sunday in a ceremony with Karzai.

With Scotland having put regionalism high on the agenda, Cameron and the other London parties are under pressure

49 Turkish hostages who have been held by ISIL in Iraq’s Mosul city have been freed and brought back to Turkey Saturday morning.

The protestors, numbering around 100, arrived on tractors, ransacked and set fire to the MSA agricultural mutual insurance building before going on to burn the local tax office.

Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, who was voted out of office in November 2013 after a decade in power, was forced to flee the country fearing politically motivated prosecution from the new government.

A memorandum signed early on Saturday calls for the withdrawal of heavy weapons, including artillery, and all foreign fighters from a 30 kilometre-wide buffer zone.

Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz says energy projects between Turkey and Azerbaijan can establish peace in the region.

The Israeli army said the drone was on a "routine mission" when it crashed.

The Egyptian Embassy in Ankara extended the invitation to the event which was organized by Egypt and Norway to the Turkish Foreign Ministry.

The move comes just days after the Crimean Tatar community was evicted from their parliament building in Simferopol.

Yemeni TV broadcast a written message for national and international organisations to intervene to save its employees from the shelling.

The documents which belong to the family of Egyptian architect Fahmy Moemen Bey, who was commissioned to design the expansion of the mosque, had been kept for 60 years.

"Around 45,000 Syrian Kurds have crossed the border as of now from eight entrance points along a 30-km distance from Akcakale to Mursitpinar since we opened the border yesterday," Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said.

Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa presented the five topics to King Hamad as a framework for dialogue intended to increase "long-term stability" in the country.

Five Chadian soldiers were killed and three others were injured on Thursday when their vehicle hit an explosive device between the desert towns of Aguelhok and Tessalit.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko agreed to a cease-fire with the rebels shortly after Ukrainian forces suffered reverses on the battlefield that saw them lose a southern swath of the Donetsk region along the border with Russia.

The storm, travelling north at 15 kph, is expected to hit the Taiwan on Monday, according to the state weather bureau.

"For me as leader my time is nearly over but for Scotland the campaign continues and the dream will never die," Scotland's First Minister and nationalist leader Alex Salmond said after his campaign for indepedence from the UK lost in a referendum.

US Secretary of State says there is role for nearly all countries in the fight against the ISIL rebel group.

The Russian bombers did not enter the United States' or Canada's sovereign airspace.

Germany’s Muslim community held rallies in 2,000 mosques across country in protest against ISIL and growing racist attacks.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas asked French President Francois Hollande to support UN Security Council draft resolution demanding Israel's removal from occupied Palestinian territories.

Sarwat Guda said that he had not remained loyal to the oath he took before ousted president Mohamed Morsi.

There is a surprising amount of support in every group and region, especially the Rocky Mountain states, the Southwest and the old Confederacy, but also in places like Illinois and Kansas.

The WHO said it could not completely rule out sabotage, so the measles inoculation campaign remained suspended after 15 children died after being vaccinated against measles in northern Syria

32 officers with alleged links to the Gulen movement who were detained in August have been indicted for illegally spying on a number of prominent businessmen for years.

Turkey has opened the borders to allow Syrian Kurds fleeing clashes between Kurdish fighters and ISIL militants through.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange compared Google to a “a privatized version of the NSA,” referring to the US National Security Agency which was revealed to have been spying on millions of people worldwide.

Turkish PM Davutoglu visited Baku against backdrop of renewed clashes with Armenia over disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Scots had "chosen the most favourable option for everyone; for themselves, for all of Britain and for the rest of Europe."

The target in northeast Iraq was totally destroyed, said the statement, adding that there would be further operations "in the coming days".

Hundreds of residents were rushing to flee the capital and the neighbourhoods where the fighting was taking place.

Chinese police said that the firm had funnelled up to 3 billion yuan to travel agencies to facilitate bribes to doctors and officials.

On Thursday, the Crimea Fund was fined 50,000 rubles for failure to meet the eviction deadline and given a further 24 hours to leave.

Cameron promised he would seek to shake up the constitutional arrangements for the rest of Britain as well as honouring a cross-party pledge to grant Scotland more powers on tax and spending.

The bodies of eight people, including several health workers and three journalists, have been found days after they were attacked while distributing information about Ebola

With 31 of 32 constituencies declared, unionists had won 55 percent of the vote while separatists were on 45 percent.

Four bulldozers pushed some 100 meters into northern Khan Younis, according to eyewitnesses.

Saudi Arabia is putting preventive health measures to reduce the spread of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome as the Kingdom gets ready to welcome 2 million pilgrims next month.

Residents in the refugee camp in Syria are currently drinking contaminated water, said an activist.

The human rights organisation said police routinely used torture to extort cash or extract confessions from suspects, even some as young as 12.

Tohti, who taught at Beijing's Minzu University has said "relied only on pen and paper to diplomatically request" human rights and legal rights for Uighurs

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