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Cavusoglu: 'Nobody can stop' Turkish forces in Afrin

Turkish foreign minister made remarks in response to reports that Syrian forces will fight alongside YPG against Turkey.

Ethiopia’s state of emergency 2.0

The purpose of this emergency is not to protect the constitutional order but to silence the voices calling for change.

Air Italy expands as UAE-backed Alitalia goes bankrupt

Italian airline carrier Meridiana changed its name to Air Italy with the backing of its new shareholder, Qatar Airways.

Palestinians stranded in Egypt leave for Rafah crossing

Groups say 160 Palestinians were stranded for 13 days after Egyptian authorities suddenly closed Rafah crossing.

Winter storm strikes the Middle East

The most extensive and significant winter weather of the season has just swept through the Middle East.

Syria's brides searching for love online

As conditions in Syria worsen, women are connecting with their future partners online.

Sudan releases activists arrested over 'bread protests'

More than 80 activists and students, imprisoned last month during protests against rising food prices, released.

Olympic politics: North Korea's media charm offensive

North Korea's media games and what's really behind the Olympic story of thawing tensions between North and South Korea.

Modernisation project threatens iconic Philippine 'jeepney'

Jeepneys, a popular form of public transport throughout the Philippines, is facing threats to its survival.

Canada deports North Korean asylum seekers

Nearly 2,000 have been sent away since 2013 because the government says they lied on their asylum application forms.

The other winner of the Russian presidential race

Alexei Navalny won't run in the presidential elections, but he managed to dramatically alter Russia's political scene.

July 15: The day Turkey's media narrative changed

What is the media's role in framing the 2016 coup attempt as an explanation for the challenges facing the country?

Kayayo: Ghana's Living Shopping Baskets

A young girl's dream to return home after two years of working in the markets of Accra clash with family pressures.

Poland's Morawiecki defends Holocaust law in Munich

Mateusz Morawiecki stands by previous statements as he rejects criticism of his country's new Holocaust law.

Kosovo politician's murder overshadows independence celebrations

The killing of a prominent Kosovo Serb politician last month in the town of Mitrovica highlights the increasing lawlessness in the Serb-dominated region.

Somali refugees enslaved in Libya return home

Eleven refugees who had been subjected to slavery and auctioned in Libya have arrived home after being repatriated by the Somali government and the UN refugee agency.

Australia's Great Northern Highway underwater again

Kelvin, the category 2 cyclone, brings damaging winds and flooding rain to Western Australia's Cyclone Alley.

Netanyahu-linked officials arrested over corruption

Senior executives from Israeli telecommunications giant with links to Netanyahu arrested as part of ongoing probe.

Netanyahu: Iran is the greatest threat to the world

War of words escalates as Israeli PM says Iran advocates 'master faith' like Nazi Germany used to advocate master race.

Aseman Airlines plane crash kills 66 in central Iran

State-run Press TV reports 60 passengers and six crew were on board the Aseman flight from Tehran to Yasuj.

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