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Turkey’s literary giant, Yasar Kemal, passes away aged 92.

The council of Tripoli had earlier approved the establishment of the parking lot in place of the Serail, which is bringing anger to the city.

"On the one hand you say EU acquis, but on the other hand you take steps which totally oppose EU acquis,” Turkish president says.

Palestinian faction Hamas denounced as "shocking" an Egyptian court decision to designate the movement a "terrorist organization".

The Ennahda leader said that it was still possible that he would not run for a new term.

Community leaders, politicians, union representatives and ordinary citizens joined the protest saying the anti-Islam Pegida UK it is “not welcome in our city”

Following the annexation by Russia, many Crimean Tatars have been feeling insecure due to the possible return to Stalinist repression despite official promises to respect their rights and freedoms.

The Feb. 28 coup wrought havoc on observant Muslims, in particular, who were subjected to a series of rights violations and profiling efforts by the military and the state

Hamas is an offshoot of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood which the authorities have also declared a terrorist group and have repressed systematically

The court also slapped 14 Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including to top leader Mohamed Badie and his two deputies Khairat al-Shater and Rashad Bayoumi, with life sentences each over the same charges

Jailed PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan has invited on his followers to attend a conference on disarmament, a crucial step in Turkey's drive to end a 30-year insurgency with Kurdish militants, in the forthcoming spring.

The truce had been most fully observed around the rebel-controlled city of Luhansk and near government-held Mariupol on the Sea of Azov.

Thousands of troops and fighters from Shi'ite militias known as Hashid Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation) have gathered around Samarra for a campaign to drive ISIS out of nearby strongholds on the Tigris River

Protesters chanted slogans against the Shiite Houthi group and in support of legitimacy of President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi.

Nemtsov was by far the most prominent opposition figure killed in Russia under Putin's 15-year-rule and the Kremlin swiftly sought to deflect any blame for the murder.

The teacher, Adil Charkaoui, told a news conference in Montreal that anti-Muslim sentiment in Quebec is to blame for alienating Muslim students

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Chief Executive Officer Abdullah, and key members of Afghani unity government will meet at the White House March 24.

Greece has already received two bailouts totalling 240 billion euros but fellow euro zone member Ireland said last week that it would have to negotiate a third programme.

Argentina's intelligence service played an important role during a "dirty war" directed by the military dictatorship of 1976-83 against Marxist rebels, labor unions and students.

The one-day talks, led by senior diplomats, stem from the decision announced by the two Cold War era foes on Dec. 17 to work to normalize relations

Akyurek was charged with negligence on the job at the time of the Turkish-Armenian journalist's murder.

Muslim organizations in Europe have criticised a new law approved by the Austrian parliament, which aims to revise a historic law on the status of Muslims.

Photo by Jerusalem Fire and Rescue Services

Leading members of the Hamas, Fatah and Islamic Jihad movements led the protest, in which protesters waved Palestinian flags and shouted, "Down with Zionist terrorism"

Peshmerga forces prevent Arabs from returning to their homes in disputed territories claimed by Erbil and Baghdad, according to Human Rights Watch.

Italy's Chamber of Deputies voted by 300 to 45 to pass the motion presented by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party

A police spokesman said federal police captured Gomez in Morelia, Michoacan's state capital, after months of intelligence work.

Central Bank Governor Erdem Basci appeared to dismiss any suggestion that he might resign, saying that public duty should be performed for the full period in which it is assigned

Syrian fighters trained in the program are expected to fight both Daesh and Assad regime.

Men to face murder and explosives charges after fighting alongside pro-Russia militias.

The new 6.5 km undersea tunnel will reduce travel time between the two sides of Istanbul via metro and highway lines to 14 minutes.

Russia has overcome a "psychological barrier" and is ready to deepen its economic ties with China, Deputy Prime MinisterArkady Dvorkovich said

With Chancellor Angela Merkel's right-left coalition plus the opposition Greens, it was the biggest majority for any euro zone rescue package so far in the 631-seat chamber.

A year and a half on, the new development has no running water. Netanyahu, on the eve of his trip to address the US Congress with elections only a few weeks away, has said that he will take the new city of Rawabi under the grid.

Wales, like Scotland and Northern Ireland, elects representatives for its own regional parliament as well as for theWestminster parliament

Judge Eliana Marengo says hijab not suitable for court proceeding

One of the law's key statutes paves the way for China to create a domestic body that would have the power to designate organisations and their members as terrorists without due process

Nisha Biswal, assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, told a news briefing the political tension needed to be addressed internally, but the United States stood ready to help.

UN high commissioner for refugees says 3.8 million Syrian refugees are registered in neighboring countries.

The Norwegian Ministry of Defence and the Australian Department of Defence have agreed to cooperate on the development of the Joint Strike Missile (JSM), following talks between Norwegian State Secretary Mr. Øystein Bø and his Australian colleague Mr. Stuart Robert during the Norwegian State visit to Australia this week.

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