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Iraq troops in armed standoff with Kurd forces Iraq troops in armed standoff with Kurd forces

The Kurds say they had received an ultimatum to withdraw


US drone strike 'kills 14 Isis militants in Afghanistan' US drone strike 'kills 14 Isis militants in Afghanistan'

The strike took place in a remote area of Afghanistan’s eastern Kunar province on Thursday afternoon


4 dead as plane crashes into sea off Ivory Coast in heavy rain 4 dead as plane crashes into sea off Ivory Coast in heavy rain

The plane crashes in heavy rain and the wreckage was swept back towards the shore near Port-Bouët


7 killed in Kenya high school shooting during raid 7 killed in Kenya high school shooting during raid

The incident comes a month after a high school girl was charged with murdering nine of her colleagues in a fire at a Nairobi boarding school


Canadian hostage Joshua Boyle says Taliban killed daughter Taliban killed my baby, says freed hostage

The family were finally rescued by the Pakistani army after a US tip-off during an operation near the Afghan border


California wildfires rage as record death toll climbs to 35 California wildfires: Death toll climbs to 35

Some victims were asleep when flames engulfed their homes, and many survivors had only minutes to flee


Ex-French culture minister elected to head Unesco Ex-French culture minister elected to head Unesco

Audrey Azoulay, a French-Jewish woman of Moroccan descent, succeed Irina Bokova, a Bulgarian who ran unsuccessfully for Secretary-General of the UN


Iran nuclear deal: Global powers stand by pact despite Trump threat Global powers minus US stand by Iran deal

The deal, signed in 2015, is between Iran and six international powers - the UK, the US, Russia, France, Germany, and China


Democratic AGs sue Trump over ObamaCare subsidy cutoff Democratic AGs sue Trump over ObamaCare subsidy cutoff

The states are asking the court to force the Trump administration to make the next payment to insurers, scheduled for October 18


Former UN chief Kofi Annan says Rohingya must be taken back to Myanmar Rohingya must be returned to Myanmar: Ex-UN chief Annan

He, who led advisory commission to Myanmar, says world powers must work with the country's military and civilian leaders to end the refugee crisis


Iraqi military launches operations to retake Kirkuk Iraqi military launches operations to retake Kirkuk

A senior Kurdish official says thousands of heavily armed fighters had been deployed to resist the offensive "at any cost"


Trump vows not to recertify Iran nuclear deal Trump vows not to recertify Iran nuclear deal

International observers say Iran has been in full compliance with the 2015 deal freezing its nuclear programme


Turkish troops move into al-Qaida-dominated Syrian province
Turkish troops move into al-Qaida-dominated Syrian province

Turkish armored vehicles have rolled into northwestern Syria to impose a "de-escalation zone" in a province dominated by al-Qaida-linked militants


Pope to visit Myanmar as anti-Rohingya hatred seethes Pope to visit Myanmar as anti-Rohingya hatred seethes

Authorities have denied that charge and accused Rohingya insurgents of terrorising ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Hindus in Rakhine


Suu Kyi 'appalled' at Rohingya refugee crisis: Adviser Suu Kyi 'appalled' at Rohingya refugee crisis: Adviser

Aung San Suu Kyi is determined to find a way for people who have fled Myanmar to return safely and with dignity, the adviser says

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