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04:32, 30 August 2015 Sunday
Leaders around the world have reacted angrily to the prison sentencing of three Al Jazeera journalists who were sentenced to three years prison earlier on Saturday

Protesters have blocked off the central square with estimates of up to 200,000 people gathering to protest against Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Beirut braces for a massive rally Saturday set to denounce the country’s political class and demand overdue parliamentary elections.

Turkish jets have joined in coalition strikes against ISIL

Oil-producing Libya has turned into a major transit route for refugees fleeing conflict and poverty to make it to Europe.

A deputy from the ruling AK party bFirst headscarf-wearing woman named minister in Turkeyecomes the first minister wearing a headscarf in the history of Turkey.

Protesters say mass graves have been found in Muslim-dominated areas in Kenya, while bodies have been discovered in rivers and forests

Two of the three villages have been under attack with a fragile ceasefire collapsing once again.

An Egyptian court has sentenced three Al Jazeera journalists to three years prison

South Sudanese President has ordered all government to troops to cease fighting with a 72 hr deadline that will take effect on Saturday evening.

A consortium with 162 giant US companies will develop electronics, sensors that flex and stretch into clothing or skins of ships and jets

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved the interim Cabinet list

TRNC foreign minister says intensity fuelling discussions has not been seen since the 2004 'Annan plan'

Ahmet Davutoglu says he will pass list to president for approval Friday afternoon

Dozens of Jewish settlers overnight took over a large, five-story building in Silwan, and tried to force a Palestinian family who resides in it and holds a legal rental contract, to leave.

Research study shows Muslim travellers fall victims to disproportionate security checks at Scottish airports

A spot check on visas in Melbourne's central business district was cancelled after community members expressed outrage over police state like laws.

Shelling from India has claimed the lives of nine civilians as India fired shells across the border of Indian occupied Kashmir

As Ukraine readies itself for entry into the EU, leaders have backed less restricted travel for Ukraine amid migration crisis in Europe

Peoples’ Democratic Party's (HDP) Istanbul deputy Tuzel says he will not take part in the interim government because of alleged negative aims of AK Party

FM spokesman says Ankara committed to train-and-equip program as per deal with US in fight against ISIL

German Chancellor says EU must help Balkan countries to deal with migrant influx

John Gatt-Rutter says EU will 'use more tools' to force Israel out of Jewish settlements expansion

Polish President Duda expects influx of Ukrainian refugees leaving no room to accept others

Courts in at least five cities in Uighur populated region jailed suspects for several crimes including 'organising terrorist groups', 'illegal border crossing'

A 20 year old African refugee has overcome tribulation to gain first place in the Greek university entrance exams.

US watchdog says cluster munitions are adding to the terrible civilian toll in Yemen's conflict

Conflicting sides confirm ceasefire which is due to begin Thursday

Rights group cites ‘overwhelming evidence’ that Israel committed violations against children ‘amounting to war crimes’

Raw material for fuel will be built in north east Kazakhstan

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