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04/20/2018 06:39 AM
Will the US confront Iran's forces in Syria?
US officials have stated that they want to challenge Iranian influence in Syria but how likely is a confrontation?

04/19/2018 09:49 PM
Miguel Diaz-Canel: Cuba's post-Castro president
Little known about 57-year-old's plans to tackle challenges facing Communist country, including its struggling economy.

04/19/2018 09:38 PM
Starbucks discrimination 'a sign of America's cultural war'
Recent arrest of two black men at coffee shop highlights deeply-embedded racism against African Americans, analysts say.

04/19/2018 08:32 PM
Assad forces target ISIL in southern Damascus
Air strikes and shelling hit Yarmouk, Hajar al-Aswad and Tadamun after failure to negotiate evacuation, reports say.

04/19/2018 08:30 PM
Kashmir erupts demanding justice for young rape victim
Activists say cases of rape and sexual violence on women are common as they decry 'reluctant and delayed response'.

04/19/2018 08:16 PM
Refugees on Greek islands angry at freedom for new arrivals
Rights group call Greek government to lift refugees' movement restrictions independently from the date of arrival.

04/19/2018 07:58 PM
Thousands protest against Macron reforms across France
French president promises to stand firm as public-sector staff and students rally against his labour overhaul effort.

04/19/2018 07:42 PM
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel gives first speech in Assembly
Miguel Diaz-Canel's election marks first time in nearly six decades the Communist country will not be led by a Castro.

04/19/2018 07:37 PM
Will a new president mean change for Cuba?
A new era dawns for Cuba for the first time in almost 60 years Communist country's leader is not called Castro.

04/19/2018 07:32 PM
Germany's capital sees rise in anti-Jewish attacks
The latest victim was wearing a kippah as an experiment to see how safe Jews were in Germany.

04/19/2018 06:47 PM
Swaziland king changes country's name to Kingdom of eSwatini
Renaming announced during celebrations marking 50 years of independence from British colonial rule.

04/19/2018 06:17 PM
Durham first US city to ban police training with Israeli military
Local council adopts step against exchange with Israeli military practices synonymous with the occupation of Palestine.

04/19/2018 06:02 PM
Ecuador to stop hosting Colombia-ELN talks
Ecuador's government ends support for negotiations between Bogota and leftist group ELN after incidents on the border.

04/19/2018 03:03 PM
Syria: Rebels in Dumayr agree to leave after Ghouta devastation
Rebels say they fear their district will face the same fate as Douma.

04/19/2018 03:00 PM
Iraq launches 'deadly strikes' against ISIL inside Syria
Iraqi PM's office says F-16 fighter jets carried out air raids near the border in coordination with Syrian army.

04/19/2018 02:21 PM
Why are Armenians protesting against the new prime minister?
Tens of thousands take to the streets against nomination and appointment of ex-president Serzh Sargsyan as PM.

04/19/2018 01:47 PM
Thank you, Mr Zuckerberg!
Thanks to your data-collecting and data-selling Facebook machine, I'm a happy man.

04/19/2018 01:28 PM
Chemical attacks on Iran: When the US looked the other way
Iran denounces 'hypocrisy' of US air strikes as experts urge Tehran to press Syria to stop future chemical attacks.

04/19/2018 01:28 PM
US: Georgia town of Newnan braces for neo-Nazi rally
The National Socialist Movement is one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in the US.

04/19/2018 01:23 PM
9/11 attacks' suspect arrested by Kurds in Syria
Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German national, is accused of being involved in planning the 9/11 attacks.

04/19/2018 01:09 PM
India court rejects pleas for probe into judge BH Loya's death
Top court rejects pleas for investigation into the 2014 death of a judge presiding over murder case involving BJP chief.

04/19/2018 01:09 PM
Fleeing Kachin face food, medicine shortage amid Myanmar clashes
Clashes between Myanmar army and Kachin fighters leave more than 100,000 displaced since 2011.

04/19/2018 12:41 PM
Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education
Free meals programme has fed nearly seven million pupils in about 40,000 schools and changed the nature of education.

04/19/2018 12:24 PM
How British imperial policies led to the Windrush scandal
Is it really that surprising that the UK government is mistreating the descendants of Caribbeans invited as labourers?

04/19/2018 12:14 PM
Rape as a political tool in India
The brutal rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl from a Muslim minority group is not just about gender violence.