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03:16, 07 February 2016 Sunday
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Erdogan says western powers 'ignore' terrorist actions perpetrated by armed wing of PKK’s Syrian affiliate

Just one day after the Shebab overtook the Merka port, Somali and AU troops have retaken the key port

Four-nation talks aimed at ending Afghanistan's 15-year war has been concluded with a call for direct talks between the government and the Taliban by the end of February.

A suicide bomber riding on a bicycle targeted a vehicle carrying security forces in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday, killing 8.

Syria's foreign minister has issued a dire warning warning against any foreign troops entering Syria.

According to the UN, up to 20,000 people have gathered at the Bab al-Salam crossing.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein has in Sri Lanka on Saturday morning, on a four-day official visit.

On Friday the Pentagon released close to 200 photographs of detainee abuse in Iraq and Afghanistan, taken mostly between 2004 and 2006

No likelihood of peace with emboldened Assad, says State Dept.

'I won't talk for the sake of talking, it's not acceptable. We negotiate in order to find an agreement,' UN Syria envoy says

The meeting will be the first of its kind since a schism in the 11th Century split what was then the only Christian Church into Western and Eastern branches

Ministers sign pact after Tokyo lifts sanctions following Tehran’s implementation of measures promised under nuclear deal

German and French interior minister stress out that refugee flow from Turkey must be reduced

Neither Russian president nor foreign minister are planning to contact with their Turkish colleagues

'The AU troops pulled out of the town and Shebab militants entered, and have secured control without fighting'

Tens of thousands of civilians are reported to have joined the exodus after fierce fighting by advancing regime forces who severed the opposition's main supply route into Syria's second city

Heavy Russian air raids over the past two days have helped regime fighters to make fresh gains in southern Syria

Israel will continue to keep its focus on Iran irrespective of any nuclear deal for fear of any possible conflict.

Kashmir Day is observed every year on Feb 5 to express solidarity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir in their struggle for self-determination

A UN panel has ruled in favour of Julian Assange and said the UK and Sweden is "arbitrarily detaining" the WikiLeaks founder.

The Syrian war and its effect on Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt 'have cost close to an estimated $35 billion in output,' according to the World Bank

A campaign has been launched in order to recognize people from various backgrounds who have supported each other irrespective of cultural and religious backgrounds. Abdol Hossein Sardari is one such Muslim who risked his life to rescue thousands of Jews during the Holocaust

World leaders promise billions to fund humanitarian aid, education and jobs for refugees fleeing Syrian civil war

Defense chief says will discuss with Saudi counterpart in Brussels next week after Saudi army expresses willingness to deploy troops to fight Daesh

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