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15:34, 30 May 2016 Monday
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Council of Europe representative says Greece failed to 'to create decent facilities that meet international standards'

Concerned about French security forces' harsh intervention, Turkey calls on officials to avoid using disproportionate force

As part of a peace deal, Palestinian Authority wants NATO to substitute IDF forces in the West Bank

Mohamed Badie, the Brotherhood's supreme guide, has already been sentenced to death and prison terms in other trials

'Iraq's problem is religious conflicts caused by Iranian interference,' says Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir

Turkish general staff reports cross-border artillery, air strikes on ISIL, PKK

Military says 2 troops among those killed in weeklong operation against members of ISIL-linked group

In a warning to the EU, Turkey has said that if a visa-free deal is not granted, there will be no agreement with the EU

Counter-terrorism service forces forces entered the city under air cover from the international coalition, the Iraqi air force and army aviation and supported by artillery and tanks

Ankara's proposal has one condition, however, which is not to include the PYD and YPG terrorist groups

Mohammed Alloush condemns the international community's 'inability to enforce resolutions, in particular regarding humanitarian issues, (such as) the lifting of sieges, access to aid, the release of prisoners and adherence to the ceasefire'

Serbia says it has no intention of joining any military alliance, unlike its neighbors, which hope to join NATO

An Israeli court ruled that Imad Barghouti should be freed, but he was charged over alleged ties to Hamas

The 'peshmerga-led ground offensive, backed by international coalition warplanes' has started

'More than 6,000 civilians, most of them women and children, were able to flee areas in the countryside of Aleppo province' as ISIL launches an offensive against the Syrian opposition

Ambitious scheme comes amid fears for country's oil production as militants attack infrastructure in Niger Delta

Rocket launchers, armoured vehicles and ammunition depots hit during operation, Turkish military source says

'After two series of negotiations without any results because of obstacles raised by the Saudis, Iranian pilgrims will unfortunately not be able to take part in the hajj,' state media reported

UN refugee agency says it is 'immediately' alerting Turkish authorities of developments in Azaz, northern Syria

Abdel-Fattah Sharif was killed two months ago by Israeli soldier despite being unarmed and injured at the time

The convention this year honors the holy Quran, and speakers address everyday challenges facing US Muslims

Turkey's leadership in helping least development nations should be emulated, according to senior UN official

'Those who are our friends, who are with us in NATO... cannot, must not send their soldiers to Syria wearing YPG insignia,' Turkish president says

Rockets shot from Syria have landed at Gaziantep Airport this morning. Updates to follow

Mobile game designed to raise awareness of Gaza attack overcomes challenges by Apple over political content

'Heavy clashes took place overnight between ISIL fighters and opposition inside the walls of Marea town,' a monitor says

Supreme leader urges freshly-elected parliament to be a stronghold against ‘impudence, charms’ of nation’s enemies

Donald Trump has hit back at Trump after he said that he would "cancel" the Paris climate deal in his first major speech on energy policy.

Touting new govt ahead of confidence vote, Deputy PM Kurtulmus says it is one of 'reforms, breakthroughs, and action'

'Close cooperation between Russia, the US and EU to end the war in Syria is exceptionally important,' says Greek president

Civilians in their hundreds have fled from Fallujah with nearly 50,000 people trapped in the city as government troops take on ISIL

First time US suggests connection between two groups

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