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A spokesman of the joint operations command said that the Saudi-led coalition in charge of the military operation in Yemen stopped the advance of Houthi rebel forces on the southern port city of Aden.
German government spokesperson said Monday that Merkel found out that her personal information leaked from the Australian immigration department after the G20 summit from media reports.
The World Health Organization reported that the total number of people killed worldwide by the Ebola virus has reached 10,365.
US Senator Chuck Schumer said that Obama’s Administration should not cut federal funding for programs meant to combat heroin in parts of New York given the increasing number of heroin-related deaths.
A UN official said that fighting around the Syrian northwestern city of Idlib between extremist rebel groups and government forces has killed civilians and displaced some 30,000 people.
An international team investigating into the flight MH17 crash published an appeal for the witnesses who may have any information about the Buk missile system, which according to one of the scenarios might have shot down the plane.
US House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said that the United States and the international community should provide lethal assistance to Ukraine to stop Russia’s threat to peace and security.
A group of doctors and medical academics have called for a ban on hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom.
Former Pakistani ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani claims that the lack of cohesion in the US fight against terrorism has resulted the spread of the phenomenon.
A US Army spokesman said that the urgent safety instructions for US military personnel issued following threats from ISIL terrorist organization were not unique and are published regularly.
Two former federal agents who investigated the Silk Road online narcotics marketplace the FBI seized in 2013 have been charged with stealing money they acquired during their operation to take down the underground black market site.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that P5+1 foreign ministers concluded the second coordination meeting at the current round of Iran nuclear talks with progress on important issues.
Extremist Syrian rebel groups reportedly have declared the city of Idlib as their capital.
A South Florida parole officer was arrested after a woman on probation recorded him sexually assaulting her on video.
EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove said that a team of European Union experts has been established to fight ISIL militant group’s extensive internet propaganda.
France's envoy to the UNSC Francois Delattre said that a draft resolution on the Boko Haram militant group, operating in Nigeria and neighbouring African countries, has been submitted to the United Nations Security Council.
Protests erupted in Turin Saturday when anti-fascist demonstrators clashed with police in riot gear.
A Vancouver police officer smashed a motorist’s window and physically dragged him out of the car to take him into custody, during a traffic stop, but wouldn’t tell him why.
The Foreign Ministry of the self-proclaimed Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus said that Turkey has recalled its seismic research vessel Barbaros that was prospecting for oil and gas deposits on the Cyprus shelf.
The United Kingdom's Independence party reportedly has requested a public apology from the Swedish broadcaster SVT over unfair comments.