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04:09, 21 November 2014 Friday
Egyptian security forces detained senior Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Ali Beshr

Kosovo's two biggest parties agreed "in principle" on Wednesday to form a government, the Balkan country's president said, signalling an end to more than five months of damaging political deadlock.

Senate President David Mark shut down the national assembly, postponing debate on a bill to extend a state of emergency in three states

Fighting in eastern Ukraine has killed an average of 13 people each day in the eight weeks since the ceasefire agreement, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said

They said Radwan Taleb al-Hamdouni, who they described as the militant group's leader in Mosul, was killed with his driver when their car was hit

Two hundred business leaders and a delegation led by President Erdogan are attending the three-day summit

One of the unintended consequences of the security clampdown is that some 6,000 Palestinians are now stuck in Egypt or third countries waiting to get back into Gaza.

In 1989, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was signed, aiming to protect children around the world

Israeli forces have waged a harsh crackdown on Palestinians in recent weeks following a spate of attacks on Jewish settlers

Turkish President asked "Will the nations of Middle East and North Africa choose their own solutions, or will they allow outsiders to choose them?"

Turkey's Foreign Ministry spokesman Tanju Bilgic denies claims that the Free Syrian Army have abandoned war-torn city of Aleppo.

Gen. Martin Dempsey says nation building and overthrowing the Syrian president are not in his plans.

The visit will be the first by a Turkish prime minister to Iraq in almost four years. Prime Minister Davutoglu says Iraq can rise as an economic power in the world once peace is established at home

Vapor compression causes collapse inside the facility, killing 2 immediately and wounding 13 others.

FARC promised to free General Ruben Dario Alzate and four others captured in the past two weeks "as soon as possible" after reaching agreement on liberation terms with the government and guarantor nations Cuba and Norway.

The 1992 massacre of 613 Azeri citizens is a bloody atrocity, a crime committed against humanity, participants say.

The incident comes after Israel's domestic security service warned of possible assaults on Palestinians by Jewish extremists

Opposition says government failed to provide sufficient explanation for German intelligence services' spying on Turkey.

The Africa initiative will create "one huge free-trade union" allowing foreign investors in Egypt to more easily reach 260 million consumers from South Africa to Ethiopia.

Sources close to the administration said Obama is planning to issue a reprieve from deportation that will cover some parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents.

Nationalists' call for Turkish-language bulletin to be dropped on state-run television raises fears of 'divided nation'

Gulf Arab states have shelved a bitter row among themselves, hoping to repair an alliance that has been sorely tested by chaos in the Middle East and the prospect of an Iranian nuclear deal

The deaths in New York were blamed on brutal thunder snow that has battered parts of the U.S. east coast since last weekend.

The orders mean that the Palestinians cannot use any of the land in the designated area for purported "security reasons."

Parliamentary Speaker says constitutional changes that would allow Aung San Suu Kyi to stand will not go ahead

Former Turkish president Abdullah Gul has testified in the country’s high profile “lost trillion case” to end all doubts about his involvement.

A grand jury has been meeting for nearly three months, considering whether to indict Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson for the Aug. 9 shooting of Michael Brown

Russia backs the separatists who have rebelled in the east but says it is not directly involved in the conflict in the Donbass region.

Iraq and the Kurdish Regional Government had come to an agreement to resolve the conflict of oil exports and re-establish trust last Friday.

Footage from the scene showed several charred vehicles and what appeared to be a blood stain on the cobbles outside the governor's office.

India is now the largest buyer of Israeli military equipment, while Israel is India's largest customer after Russia

At least three of the casualties were children and three were women, the medical sources said

Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, better known by his nickname "Ahok", has been acting governor of the Indonesian capital since Joko Widodo stepped aside last month to become president.

The commission has been criticized for its handling of voter registration

The Israeli gunboats fired at the Palestinian fishing boats off the town of Rafah

Israeli troops demolished the house of Abdel-Rahman al-Sheloudi ho rammed his vehicle into a group of people in the occupied city...

Sierra Leone has seen at least 128 of its health personnel infected by Ebola as staff working in general wards and special treatment centres have been exposed to the disease

Third Committee adopts draft resolution condemning human rights violations committed against civilians

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