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20:27, 26 January 2015 Monday
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Dozens of armed, masked men in unmarked military clothing surrounded the headquarters of the ATR channel.

Human rights and civil liberty groups, celebrities and charity organizations call on David Cameron to boost aid scheme for Syrian refugees.

Israel was punishing the Palestinians by withholding tax revenues while profiting by selling them its commodities.

"We think tomorrow Kobani will be free," Kobani official Idris Nassan told Reuters by telephone.

Deputy PM of Kurdish Regional Government in Iraq: we wanted Turkey to be a part of the U.S.-led international anti-ISIL coalition.

The Philippines said the clash between security forces and Muslim rebels in which dozens of people were killed was a mistake and both sides said they were hopeful about peace.

Israel's Housing ministry has allocated $215,000.00 to the expansion of the Efrat settlement in the West Bank.

Turkey will continue to extend assistance to oppressed people across the world, says head of Turkish relief agency.

Located in the southeastern border town of Suruc, the tent city has two hospitals, seven medical clinics and enough classrooms for 10,000 children.

An Egyptian court last week ordered the release of Alaa and Gamal Mubarak pending a retrial.

Both sides agree on necessity for immediate ceasefire in Ukraine.

Upcoming harvest could be double last year

UN's most powerful body says killing of Japanese hostage Yukawa is 'a tragic reminder of the increasing dangers people face every day in Syria.'

More than 17,000 people took to the streets in Dresden, despite growing suspicion over the organizers of the right-wing populist PEGIDA.

Obama said the two countries had made progress on two issues holding up commercial civil nuclear cooperation, one of the major irritants in bilateral ties.

The kidnapping of Armel Ningatoloum Sayo follows the kidnapping earlier this week of a U.N. staff member and a French charity worker

Hundreds of families were on Sunday trying to move into safer areas of Maiduguri, the provincial capital of Nigeria's northeastern Borno state

The death toll in pro-democracy protests in Egypt on Sunday climbed to 11, security sources said. Tight security in Cairo and other cities failed to contain protests marking the anniversary of the 2011 uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak.

The 14-year-old girl was detained by Israeli forces on December 31 of 2014 on her way back home from school in the West Bank city of Ramallah.

Kidnappings have become frequent in the North African country, where two governments and parliaments, allied to different armed factions, are vying for legitimacy and control

European leaders eye the results fo the elections closely as a Syriza victory may generate a clash with the Troika -- the EU, European Central Bank and the IMF -- which could possibly start a new crisis between the nation and its creditors, with the euro in the balance.

Turkey's president decided to visit Somalia despite a bomb exploding near a hotel in Mogadishu where a Turkish delegation was staying.

Islamic Front military commander issues ultimatum to Bashar al-Assad regime calling it to stop attacks on suburb of capital Damascus or else opposition fighters would attack regime positions with rockets

Palestinian National Commission to Break the Siege NGO said that the new port would be "Gaza's window to the world."

Police source tells local newspaper that number of dead may be as high as 36; army troops now in area to assist police forces.

The authorities accuse the BNP leader of ordering the attack as part of the party's campaign to blockade Dhaka to try to force a general election.

Sheikh Naim Qassem's comments were the first reaction from the group's leadership to the missile attack in the Syrian province of Quneitra near the Israeli border.

Arms approved for Saudi Arabia included six weapons systems for testing and electronic surveillance equipment.

Parliamentary sources said that the postponement of the session is intended to make room for further negotiations among all factions to reach a political solution

The blackout hit 80 percent of the country.

"Russia have just blocked a (Security Council) statement by refusing to include condemnation of recent provocative public statements by the separatists," a council diplomat said

They accused the Lebanese regime of being "complicit" in the war now being waged by the Syrian regime against the Syrian people

The Muslim Brotherhood's former spokesman, Mahmoud Ghozlan, had disappeared soon after Egyptian police evicted Morsi-backing protest camps in Cairo and Giza in August of 2013.

Zambia's ruling party candidate Edgar Lungu secured a narrow victory in this week's presidential poll, defeating his closest rival who said the election had been "stolen".

A NATO helicopter and unmanned drone flew during the protest. NATO has some 5,000 troops to maintain the fragile peace.

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