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The contents of an Iranian aid ship will not be carried by Yemen but will be transferred to a World Food Program ship instead.

Anti-drug officers have raided the house of Kashamu Buruji, wanted by the US for drug related offenses.

In meetings last week in Amman, the US ambassador on behalf of Israel, offered the use of Iron Dome technology to defend its border with Yemen where there is ongoing conflict

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said that if Ukraine defaults, Russia will take a tough position against them, including defending any national interests.

Two provinces are now under state of emergency have clashes over a mining project turned violent.

After a campaign by teacher and student unions, the University of Helsinki has cancelled the G4S contract, followed by North Carolina also dropping their contract that provided security services in civic buildings which has now been replaced by a local company.

UN members have failed to agree on an atomic weapons ban for the Middle East.

More than a quarter of French Africans feel discriminated against in their workplace in France.

A nationality row has sparked a row after a Kashmiri leader refused to identify himself as Indian. Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani must declare he is Indian to receive passport.

The Dutch government has agreed to introduce a partial ban on wearing the full face veil known as the niqab in public schools, hospitals, public transport and government offices. There are approximately between 200-500 women who wear the niqab in the country.

Italian company Enel will invest 18 billion euro for renewable energy sources in Africa.

Protestors in Bosnia have demonstrated against the Morsi death penalty.

Cholera has struck more than 3,000 Burundi refugees in Tanzana, an epidemic that is now worsening daily.

The Halal food industry has been increasing year by year.

The World Bank has said that Gaza's economy is on the verge of collapse, with the highest unemployment rate in the world, with threat of disease very high.

Unofficial armed groups are being recruited by NATO and the Afghan government in Kunduz.

Today marks 150 years since the Circassian genocide, of one of the worst massacres in modern history, where nearly 2 million people were driven to exile from their homeland of Circassia.

Canada has increased their police force spending to $150 million after 10 people were arrested at Montreal airport on suspicion of trying to join armed groups in Syria from Turkey.

New Snowden leaked documents show the NSA, global allies attempted to hack mobile devices

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