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06:02, 24 September 2017 Sunday
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Clinging to independence bid, Catalan government says its police will 'never give up exercising powers that are its own'

Such set-piece rallies, organised by the authorities, are a regular feature of political life in Pyongyang, and are intended as a physical demonstration of popular support for the leadership.

In light of current world and regional situation, Erbil should consider proposals to scrap referendum, says PUK official

The motion enables Turkish government to deploy troops in Iraq and Syria for another year

Passage of Bangsamoro Basic Law will convince other Moro rebel groups to disarm and unite, says MILF's Ghazali Jaafar

The motion enables Turkish government to deploy troops in Iraq and Syria for another year

Punjab and Haryana High Court frees 3 rape convicts on bail, blame victim for act

Rebel leaders have yet to comment on army’s assertions

Serious consequences will ensue if northern Iraq referendum is not cancelled, says presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin

The referendum runs against the constitution of Iraq, says Organization of Islamic Cooperation

Nearly 300,000 people visited the 2017 National Ploughing Championships outside Tullamore in the central County Offaly.

Iraq's neighbor Turkey has given the necessary warning but this has not been heeded, says PM Binali Yildirim

It’s ‘too late’ to postpone next week’s referendum, Kurdish Regional Government president says

Turkey calls for referendum to be cancelled, not postponed, says deputy prime minister

Actions are in response to ‘deepening descent into dictatorship’

Moreover, the death risk for the Rakhine natives continues due to malnutrition and unsanitary environment even after they flee to Bangladesh.

State television carried footage of the launch of the Khoramshahr missile, which was first displayed at a high-profile military parade in Tehran on Friday.

President Emmanuel Macron says UN Security Council must condemn genocide, ethnic cleansing in Myanmar  

731km out of projected 828km wall along Syrian frontier has already been constructed, according to Turkish official

Mass exodus of the Rohingya from Myanmar to Bangladesh may be categorized as irregular movement  

Transport for London said the conduct of Uber, which has around 40,000 drivers and 3.5 million customers in the British capital, had raised concerns.

Kuveyt Turk's donation to Turkish Red Crescent will help Rohingya Muslims being persecuted in Myanmar

Motion will extend mandate for Turkey's cross-border operations in Iraq and Syria for another year

Changes to labor code will only take effect after other completing decrees are signed before end-2017

Kurd region govt is forcing Kirkuk officials to show support for next week’s referendum on independence, Turkmen leader says

Some 429,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived into Bangladesh since Aug. 25, UN Migration Agency says

Police suspect man helped terrorists acquire massive amounts of explosives  

'It will not bring happiness to our Kurdish brothers in the region,' Turkish PM Binali Yildirim says

Jet catches fire which has been now put out; 2 pilots, air stewardess slightly hurt  

Philippine president said he would lift military rule in Mindanao once Marawi has been cleared, improvised explosive devices

Turkish Coast Guard rescues 38 others following incident early Friday morning  

Friends raised the alarm after being unable to reach Aroubeh Barakat and her daughter Halla Barakat by telephone.

Leaders object to KRG referendum vote, agree to fight terror groups with ‘determination’  

Kim Jong-un considers "highest-level" response to Donald Trump's UN speech  

Joint statement issued after foreign ministers' meeting voices 'unequivocal' opposition  

‘You are the thorns in the side of the occupation,’ Jerusalem’s grand mufti tells worshippers at flashpoint holy site  

The day before, the dollar had rallied against both main rivals and the Dow reached a fresh record high after the US central bank kept alive the chance of a December increase in American borrowing costs.

Islamophobia threatening alienation among Europe's Muslims despite high attachment to home countries

Now everything is down to those plans becoming reality, the lender cautioned.

Three years ago, Shia Houthi militia group and their allies overran much of the country, including the capital

Local media reported that Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, a former African Union chief, was sworn in Thursday as a member of parliament for the governing African National Congress.

Interior ministry says offenders could face fines, or be taken into custody  

South Korea confirms U-turn on providing $8 million in aid to North Korea via UN agencies helping children, pregnant women

Over 20 wounded including Indian armed forces during attack in disputed Jammu Kashmir region

EU says CETA free-trade deal with Canada will not be 'fully implemented' until all member states ratify it

One injured, 8 arrested at Caglayan courthouse as rival sides in murder trial exchange fire  

May flew home with Johnson overnight from New York, where they had attended the UN General Assembly, landing at dawn before holding a special cabinet meeting in Downing Street.

Far-right party has struggled since Marine Le Pen lost May's presidential race to Emmanuel Macron

British police arrest teenage male in connection with bomb attack which injured 30 in London Underground train on Friday

Bounty may continue to rise in president's effort to capture "ninja cops"  

Igbo group denies they are violent, want to create a separate homeland for their people  

Deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu described "disturbing, if not startling, revelations" about the conduct of the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and singled it out for ignoring a Supreme Court order to open up its computer servers after opposition allegations of hacking.

The rival demonstrations in Lome came after the opposition boycotted a vote Tuesday on constitutional reform which would have included a presidential term limit.

Six months after beginning the two-year process of withdrawing Britain from the European Union, the Conservative leader has yet to set out in detail what she wants from the divorce.

Families will be allowed into the King Fahd stadium in Riyadh, used mostly for football matches, and seated separately from single men to mark the kingdom's 87th National Day this weekend.

The treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons was adopted by 122 countries at the United Nations in July following negotiations led by Austria, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa and New Zealand.