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07:56, 30 September 2016 Friday
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Moody's decision to cut Turkey's rating failed to impress investors, according to Berenberg anaylst

Phone call dominated by violence in Aleppo plus Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield in northern Syria

Nobody took Moody's rating seriously, as it came from political motives, not economic indicators, says the president

Funeral of former Israeli PM Shimon Peres – who passed away Wednesday – to be held same day

Russia said Wednesday it was ready to relaunch talks in Geneva with the United States following the collapse of a ceasefire.

According to current estimate, there are fewer Muslims of all ages in the U.S. than there are Jews by religion (5.7 million) but more than there are Hindus (2.1 million) and many more than there are Sikhs.

The pipeline is operated by the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, a subsidiary of the state-run Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.

Statement comes after int’l probe finds flight carrying 298 people was downed by missile fired from launcher from Russia

Benchmarks on biometric travel documents, anti-terror laws, judicial cooperation among those to be resolved

Turkey's ongoing state of emergency only aims for an effective fight against FETO and PKK, says President Erdogan

China also sent fighter planes for the first time over a strait near Japan on Monday as part of a group of more than 40 jets headed to train in the West Pacific.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed Wednesday that he will put a stop to joint military exercises with the United States, a move that could further cause frictions with a long-time ally.

Sweden's government on Wednesday proposed the reintroduction of compulsory military service

India has launched surgical strikes firing teargas canisters on unarmed Kashmiri civilians

Half of party executive quits in bid to oust leader, possibly allowing caretaker PM Mariano Rajoy to form government

Kerry tells Lavrov Russia responsible for the dire situation

A vote on Wednesday has become the first presidential veto overturned under Obama with the US President calling it a "big mistake"

Hungarians are likely to vote “no” in next week’s referendum on migrant quotas imposed by the EU

New authorization brings number of American troops in Iraq to 5,262

The landslide struck the village of Sucun in Suichang county of Zhejiang province at around 5pm (0900 GMT), the official Xinhua news agency said. 

They discussed bilateral and regional issues, including the Syrian conflict, the source added.

The court said the decision "breached the law" because of procedural flaws, according to a copy of the verdict.

Libyan prime minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj held talks with President Francois Hollande in Paris on Tuesday.

Christos Stylianides says aid cannot be delivered "when convoys are deliberately shot at"

Turkey’s EU Minister Omer Celik says while EU considers PKK as terror group, opposition party HDP rejects to do the same

Currently, over 7,000 Palestinians are languishing in Israeli prisons

France has repeatedly broken the EU's fiscal rules and a top independent watchdog has said it doubts Paris will reach its target next year either.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks about the dim prospects for peace with Benjamin Netanyahu’s Israel

Last year, 340,000 Syrian refugees received education in Turkey

Children in Kenya make up 10 percent of all tuberculosis cases

A new ambassador has been appointed to Cuba on the footsteps of once unthinkable changes to the relations of US and Cuba

The anti-bigotry initiative will use social media to spread the message under the hashtag #IAmMuslimNYC

Number of troops in Iraq as part of 60-nation anti-ISIL alliance now stands at 8,000, US official asserts

Flotilla carrying women only sails off to Gaza Strip to end Israeli siege

German police investigate xenophobic motive after unknown suspects attack mosque in Dresden

Foreign Ministry in Moscow calls on US to release details of bilateral agreements on Syrian conflict

Anadolu Agency gets viewers' thoughts after first of three debates

German Chancellor says EU members have humanitarian responsibility, should take in refugees irrespective of religion