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US-led coalition against ISIL is making modest gains despite huge efforts.
Volunteer fighters struggle to stave off flames after rocket attack by Fajr Libya consumes increasing number of tankers.
Tensions run high in southeastern town of Cizre after clashes between rival Kurdish groups.
The highly sought after Zakariya Ismail Ahmed Hersi has surrendered to government and African Union forces.
Foreign ministry says Syria is ready to meet the opposition in Moscow talks due to be held in late January.
President dismisses prime minister, central bank head and top ministers in biggest government reshuffle since 2010.
Threat of 'mass conversions' by Hindu far right groups causes fear among religious minorities in India.
Move follows deal with opposition that would allow coalition of Social Democrats and Greens to continue in power.
Interior ministry says another police officer was wounded in the Egyptian capital in attack by armed men on motorcycle.
Hue demand for extensions, weaves and wigs is making the hair industry one of the fastest growing ones in Africa.
Maulana Aziz has delivered sermons saying offensive against fighters behind slaughter of 150 people is "un-Islamic".
Reverend Gorostieta is the third priest killed in Guerrero state this year, as gang violence continues in the region.
Malaysia and Thailand among countries affected, with more than 180,000 displaced and 13 people killed.
Defence commission spokesman says US president "goes reckless like monkey" after Sony released satirical comedy of Kim.
Military doctrine signed by President Putin raises possibility of broader use of weapons to deter foreign aggression.
Court allows hospital to switch off life support for brain-dead woman as her unborn foetus has no chance of survival.
Hundreds of officers gather to remember colleague killed on patrol as split between police and mayor remains deep.
Simone Gbagbo is charged with "undermining state security" over her alleged role in 2010 post-election violence.
Memorial services held in Indonesia, Thailand and other countries a decade after massive waves killed 220,000 people.
Asia and the world mark the anniversary of the Indian Ocean disaster.