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10:04, 26 September 2016 Monday
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Critics of the referendum have said that it is stoking ethnic tension and is bolstering separatist sentiment within the Bosnian Serb ministate

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif will meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Thursday for the first time since the attempted coup in Turkey in July.

Boris Johnson arrived for his first official visit to Turkey on Sunday

Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday.

British authorities have confiscated the passport of a prominent anti-regime Syrian activist at the request of President Bashar al-Assad’s government

Bosnian Serbs have voted to maintain a Statehood Day holiday on January 9 in a controversial referendum held in defiance of a high-court ruling from Sarajevo.

The rebel leader of South Sudan, Riek Machar has vowed to wage a war against the government

French President Francois Hollande has acknowledged his countrys 'culpability in abandoning Algerians who fought alongside French colonial forces in Algeria’s war for independence

New York Times strongly endorses Hillary Clinton, praising her 'intellect, experience, and courage'

Opposition forces now stand 15 kilometers away from Hama city, which has a military airport

Weeks-long severe drought damages 123,000 hectares of crops in central Hubei province

The suffering of innocent civilians through fire-bombing, shelling, and assault is unacceptable, say 2 top EU officials

13-year-old boy succumbs to his wounds suffered in attack on outdoor wedding in southeast

60 Kurdish Regional Government security personnel seriously wounded in the fight against ISIL being treated in Turkey

Palestinian prisoners announce three-day hunger strike in protest against Hamdouna's death

The vote is the brainchild of Milorad Dodik, nationalist leader of the Bosnian Serb-run entity Republika Srpska (RS).

‘Our aim is to reach a political solution before 2016 ends,” Mustafa Akinci says meeting UN chief

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says hard to believe US-led coalition forces forgot locations during Sept. 17 airstrike

Mehmet Simsek's comments come after Moody's decision to lower Turkey's credit rating from Baa3 to Ba1

Around 1,000 Palestinian minors were detained by Israeli forces since the beginning of 2016

Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies president says 2017 summit to be declared during weekend gathering in Malaysia

Saturday’s verdicts are still subject to appeal

Angela Merkel, facing backlash over her refugee policy has met with European leaders in Vienna on Saturday to explore new measures to help the continent deal with its influx of refugees

Protesters in Johannesburg call for immediate release of all Palestinian political prisoners

Facing the Senate Armed Services Committer, General Joseph Dunford and Defense Secretary Ash Carter reported on the ongoing military operations and admitted that removing Assad was not a priority for the US

More than 15,000 demonstrated against racism and fascism in Helsinki today

Residential districts pounded by airstrikes, killing and injuring hundreds, with toll expected to rise with survivors claiming the attacks were akin to doomsday

Keith Lamont Scott, a disabled 43 year old man was shot dead by police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina in the latest round of carnage by US police officers on African American men

Hundreds have been injured in Kashmir and troops blocked worshipers from Friday prayers at large mosques for the 11th consecutive week

Islamophobic hate crimes have peaked with the highest levels ever seen since 9/11

The populist AfD party has raised controversy once again on Thursday when it was discovered one had called refugees "parasites" and another had trafficked in Nazi memorabilia

With 61.8 pct of the votes, Jeremy Corbyn set to continue as leader of UK's main opposition party

‘Captain Bram’ accused of masterminding attempt to smuggle 65 to New Zealand last year in boat intercepted by Australia

Iraq has suffered a devastating security vacuum since mid-2014

Colombia's FARC rebels ratify historic peace deal

The Syrian White Helmets have been recognised for "outstanding bravery, compassion and humanitarian engagement in rescuing civilians".

Gaza-based resistance group voices support for one-year-old ‘Jerusalem Uprising’ against Israeli occupation

At least four people killed in US state of Washington and at least one suspect remains at large, police say