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02:26, 19 November 2017 Sunday
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Hariri arrived in France on Saturday from Saudi Arabia

Twelve-year-old Timoci Naulusala from Fiji, a nation disappearing under rising seas, was delivering a testimonial to ministers and heads of state with crisp English and irresistible charm.

Turkey's founder, president depicted as enemies during NATO drill, says the Turkish General Staff

Army attempts to justify siege by blaming Palestinian town resident for alleged attack on settlement

The 27 EU affairs ministers meeting in Brussels will decide on how to resolve one of the collateral effects of the UK divorce: finding new locations for the European Medicines Agency and the European Banking Authority, both currently located in London's high-rise Canary Wharf district.

Law and Order Minister Sagala Ratnayaka said the situation in Gintota in Galle province was under control, two days after a brawl degenerated into street violence between two groups -- one Sinhalese, the country's mainly Buddhist majority, the other from the Muslim minority.

Main opposition Republican People's Party leader says nobody can insult Turkey's current executives and history

Saad Hariri attributes lengthy sojourn in Riyadh to ongoing ‘consultations’ about Lebanon’s future

Opposition leader, former Caracas mayor escapes house arrest

Gabriel’s comments were “unjust and unfortunate” says a spokesman for the Saudi foreign ministry

Nuriye Gulmen is charged with membership in far-left terrorist organization DHKP-C

Turkish Foreign Ministry slams NATO for 'regrettable, immoral and unacceptable' incident at NATO drill in Norway

US will continue its support to Tunisia in economic and security fields says US Deputy Secretary of State

Epicentre of the quake was located southwest of China's Tibet Autonomous Region

New voter law prohibited political publicity, lowered campaign spending, created new scenario for Sunday's vote.

In talks with the army chief on Thursday, Mugabe refused to resign, as sources suggested the veteran leader was "buying time" to negotiate his exit. 

Bekir Bozdag says PKK does not follow God's orders

Unidentified Palestinian tried to attack group of soldiers deployed in the area, army alleges  

Two leaders will give joint news conference following meeting, according to Elysee statement  

Residents of Athenian district devastated by this week's flood talk to Anadolu Agency  

Former and current employees of Marmara University have been accused of using smart phone messaging app ByLock

After yearlong fight, Iraqi authorities claim to have finally broken back of notorious terrorist group

Second Aerospace Security joint exercise set to be held in Beijing on Dec. 11-16  

Jens Stoltenberg says showing Erdogan as 'enemy collaborator' during NATO drill was 'an individual's actions'

Governor tendered resignation on Thursday, describing Yemen's interim capital as ‘bastion' of state corruption

Binali Yildirim in southeastern Sirnak province hopes for 'better days'  

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Moscow will not delay ratification process of Paris Agreement

Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns of terrorist PKK/PYD/YPG invading parts of Syria liberated from ISIL

The Brexit crisis threatens to overshadow the meeting in the Swedish port city of Gothenburg, which is supposed to focus on fair jobs and growth in the European Union.

One of the missing is apparently a hunter. The other was last seen at a roadside canteen, the spokesman said.

2,600 Ahiska Turks were brought to Turkey over two years, according to Erzincan's lieutenant governor

'The message to anyone listening is clear: in effect, Russia accepts the use of chemical weapons in Syria,' US envoy says

Aden Governor Abdul-Aziz Muflehi's resignation was not accepted by President Abd Rabbou Mansour Hadi.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Vladimir Putin and Hassan Rouhani to attend trilateral meeting on Nov. 22

Humanitarian Relief Foundation reached half a million people in Syria last year, its representative says

Light aircraft crashes in Ngorongoro Crater, a leading tourist destination  

Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag, his Montenegrin counterpart Milutin Simovic attend meeting at Cankaya Palace