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Amnesty International on Tuesday called for Mohamed Mursi to be retried in a civilian court or to be released

The leader of ISIL, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been seriously wounded in an air strike in western Iraq, sources have told the Guardian.

Pakistan continues renewed use of death penalty, hanging 17 people in a single day

According to Channel Newsasia, 77 countries get set to work on deeper political and economic ties at the Asia-Africa Summit also known as the Bandung Conference in Jakarta this week

Mohamed Mursi's reversal of fortune from Egypt's first freely-elected president to a prisoner sentenced to 20 years in jail on Tuesday

Iran's deputy foreign minister said he was optimistic that a ceasefire in the Yemen conflict would be announced later on Tuesday, the Iranian Tasnim news agency reported.

It was the first ruling against Muslim Brotherhood leader Mursi since the army toppled him in 2013 after mass protests against his rule. The decision can be appealed.

Shinzo Abe said ahead of his trip to a leaders' summit in Jakarta that he aims to improve ties with China

Last month, a pilot counter terrorism programme launched and testing in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Boston.

According to head of the Gaza fishermen's union, Egyptian naval forces opened fire on three fishing boats

According to Dawn news, Pakistan and China on Monday agreed to elevate their ties to ‘all-weather strategic cooperation partners’

Secretary general of Organization of Islamic Cooperation holds face-to-face talks with top leaders of two main Moro fronts. It was first time that an OIC secretary-general has met the country's largest Muslim groups.

Medecins Sans Frontiers have pointed the finger at the EU for creating the tragedy of the sinking of the migrant boats in the Mediterannean.

Germany seeks payment from Claims Conference to cover $54 million lost in a Holocaust insider fraud incident dating back to 2009

Bangladeshi survivor tells Italian media that traffickers locked many passengers in the hold of doomed ship.

Syrian Bashar al-Assad made the comments to France 2 channel

Japan's Abe says ready to meet China's Xi in Asian-African summit Jakarta.

Russian security forces killed Ali Abu Muhammad al Dagestani, the emir of the al Qaeda-affiliated Islamic Caucasus Emirate, during a special operations raid in the Russian Republic of Dagestan today.

Resident Adel Mansour said it was the largest explosion in more than three weeks of bombing by a Saudi-led coalition.

Tragedy has struck in the Mediterranean when another refugee boat has run aground this time on the Greek island of Rhodes - three people have been killed and 23 have been injured and have been taken to hospital.

Japanese voters did surprise: the Japanese Communist Party (JCP) emerged as the country’s largest opposition at the local level, according to The Economist.

US Muslim body made a statement on 1915 events, said that: "Calling 1915 events genocide without proper investigation by historians damages efforts for Turkish-Armenian reconciliation."

According to Bbc, the official Saudi news agency said it has promised $274m (£183m; €255m) in humanitarian aid.

According to Rediff news, President Xi Jinping arrives in Islamabad for his first state visit

The first French weapons from a $3 billion Saudi-funded programme will arrive in Lebanon.

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