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12:06, 29 August 2016 Monday
Australian foreign minister says Kerry Wilson, 60, ‘safe and well’ 4 months after abduction in Jalalabad

73 agreements reached during 2-day conference

No casualties reported in early-morning explosion at Brussels Institute of Criminology

Anti-mosquito breeding efforts intensifies as residents criticize government for not having detected infections earlier

President says Turkey determined to wipe out terror groups in region

Cyprus, closer ties on agenda at Crete meeting of Mevlut Cavusoglu, Nikos Kotzias

Binali Yildirim thanks Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa for July 15 support during monarch's visit to Istanbul

3 others wounded by PKK roadside bomb on highway in southeast, security source says

"The talks with the US have de facto failed because we Europeans of course must not succumb to American demands," he told public broadcaster ZDF. "Nothing is moving forward."

Elmar Brok said: "The PYD in Syria shouldn't use the fight against ISIL as an excuse to take hold of Arab regions. They have no business there."

The five-day talks will bring hundreds of ethnic minority rebel leaders to the capital, along with military top brass and international delegates such as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon.

Yemen has been ravaged by civil war since late 2014

Iraqi forces have been battling ISIL militants in an attempt to retake territory captured by the terror group

President Muhammadu Buhari indicates Nigeria is willing to talk to rebels over kidnapped Chibok girls

Turkish military hits PKK-affiliated YPG targets in north Syria; 25 extremists killed

Eight people were also injured in the Russian strike

Haider al-Abadi says Khalidiya town cleared of terror group as army plans push to retake Mosul

Suspects among 9 seized in joint operation, Macedonia's interior minister says

US secretary of state says he agreed plan to resume peace talks in Yemen with a view to forming unity government

Ahmet Koc dismissed by Socialist Party Differently over social media posts

An Israeli army commander has made shocking threats to Palestinian youth held in the Al-Duheisha, threatening that he will “make all the youth of the camp disabled,” according to a Palestinian rights group, reported by the Middle East Monitor

Hillary Clinton has received the first classified intelligence briefing Saturday morning

Japan has pledged to give $30 billion as an investment to Africa by 2018

Female officers will be able to wear plain hijab as part of official uniform

Celebrating lifting of ban on full-body swimsuits, Aheda Zanetti asks opponents to stop stereotyping wearers

Scots drive to put Israel's West Bank wall on the Google Map as fall-out from Celtic fans Palestinian flag protest simmers

In an interview Hollywood actor Jean Claude Van Damme has stated that he favoured Arabic food and that the diet followed by the Prophet Muhammad was one that was best for the human body

Prime Minister-designate Youssef Chahed's new unity government wins votes of confidence in parliament.

Time to ‘choose engagement over isolation’ senior government minister

Ex-Bush adviser Paul Wolfowitz slams Trump who has joined a chorus of “neocons” in distancing themselves from the Republicans' current nominee.

As part of the mega construction project, the new Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will direct traffic away from Istanbul, cutting congestion, pollution

Police seize Mirwaiz Umar Farooq outside home, party member says

White House spokesman anticipates Obamas 'would make a financial contribution to continue supporting' Kayla’s Hands

Fence to be built on the country's southern border with Serbia

For the second time in two weeks, Palestinians have been shown support for their plight, this time in France

Targeting 'innocent people' contradicts 'all humanitarian values and doctrines of divine religions,' Kuwaiti emir says

12 terrorists die in airstrikes; 10 more killed as own car bomb detonates

The Palestinians wanted to show their appreciation for the courageous support from Celtic fans in the past week by filming a video sending thanks to Celtic for their solidarity.

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