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Aid trucks carry stationery and other educational supplies for children in liberated cities of Jarabulus and Al-Bab

Justice minister condemns boycott of Daily Sabah by parliament president

Malicious software unable be removed on targeted device

Passage ends month of intense debate, protests

Announcement comes after vote was delayed Thursday amid opposition to proposed legislation

It did not give the circumstances, but said the shooting happened near the Jelazoun Palestinian refugee camp.

Trump wants to slash federal spending across an array of agencies and foreign aid programs, and eliminate other organizations to pay for a boost in Pentagon spending, including by lopping 28 percent from State Department coffers.

General Curtis Scaparrotti, NATO's supreme allied commander who also heads the US military's European Command, told lawmakers he had seen Russian influence expand in multiple regions, including in Afghanistan.

But the company warned that the miners had only made matters worse by pushing negotiations back another year and a half.

Trump's nomination of 58-year-old David Friedman, a man with a history of undiplomatic declarations, had raised concerns about America's commitment to a two-state Middle East peace deal.

The eldest son of deputy interior minister Ali Nasser Lakhsheh was killed when a rocket-propelled grenade hit the family's car in the southern Abyan province, the official said.

Taliban have captured Sangin on Thursday after a year-long push to expand their footprint in the Taliban heartland.

In a live interview with CNN Turk,Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that it is necessary to amend Turkey's electoral law

Investigators were weighing whether former MP Denis Voronenkov was the target of a professional hit given "his activities and how the crime was carried out," according to the police chief

Turkey's Foreign Ministry spokesman repeats Turkey will not join any Raqqah operation which involves PKK/PYD terrorist group

Medics accuse international community of silence about human rights violations in Myanmar

Sigmar Gabriel says Europe needs to find 'more effective' ways to talk to Ankara

Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office files indictment in court against former senior air force officers

Former senior EU official critical of German authorities' banning of Turkish campaign meetings ahead of April 16 referendum

Chang Wanquan will be in Kathmandu for a three-day visit -- the first by a Chinese defence minister in 15 years -- that will include talks with his Nepali counterpart and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal.

In pre-dawn raid, al-Shabaab forces attack national army base in Barawa, strategic southern port city

Ukraine's security services said they had opened an investigation into a suspected act of "diversion".

Police revise death toll down to 4, including slain attacker

Google’s advertising crisis went global after some of the biggest marketers including AT&T Inc. and Johnson & Johnson halted spending on YouTube and the internet company’s display network, citing concern their ads would run alongside offensive videos.

South Koreans who were injured during the UK parliament attack were being treated in two local hospitals

Electronic surveillance of foreign citizens may have incidentally monitored aides of President Trump

The department to seek a hold of Maryland court's preliminary injunction pending appeal

The Republican-controlled House of Representatives votes Thursday on a key plank of Trump's legislative agenda -- his plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, his predecessor's crowning domestic policy achievement.

The proposed budget limits new spending to Can$5.7 billion (US$4.3 billion) over six years -- about 10 times less than the Liberals' inaugural budget last year.

'Associating terrorism with Muslim countries is a grave mistake. Terrorism is a global catastrophe,' says Binali Yildirim

Tillerson, ex-CEO of ExxonMobil, says he was persuaded by his wife to enter Trump administration as America's top diplomat

The rare coins all come from the period before the 1948 war