War And Unrest

Turkey accuses US of failing to abide by deal on Syrian town

Sep 28, 2018

Turkey's president says US failing to abide by deal for Syrian Kurdish militia to withdraw northern Syrian town

War-torn South Sudan launches youth rugby league for peace

Sep 28, 2018

War-torn South Sudan launches youth rugby league for peace 'to forget about what happened'

Nearly 400,000 'excess deaths' caused by South Sudan war

Sep 26, 2018

Nearly 400,000 'excess deaths' caused by South Sudan's civil war, new US-backed report says

Turkey detains 39 over links to US-based cleric

Sep 26, 2018

Turkey's state-run news agency says police have detained at least 39 people, including military officers, over their suspected links to U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen who is accused of orchestrating a failed coup in 2016

UN says 21 Afghan civilians killed in separate airstrikes

Sep 26, 2018

The U.N. mission in Afghanistan says 21 civilians were killed in two airstrikes over the weekend

2 guards killed in explosion in southeastern Turkey

Sep 26, 2018

Turkey's state-run news agency says an improvised explosive device believed to have been planted by Kurdish rebels has exploded on a road in the country's southeast, killing two government-paid village guards and wounding two more

Kabul mural honors AFP photographer slain in IS bombing

Sep 25, 2018

Amnesty International, Afghan art collective unveil mural in Kabul honoring AFP's slain chief photographer, Shah Marai

Mexican gov't agency says 1968 massacre was a 'state crime'

Sep 25, 2018

For the first time, a Mexican government body has acknowledged that the massacre of student protesters at the capital's Plaza of the Three Cultures on Oct. 2, 1968, was a "state crime."

Suspected rebels kill 18 in Congo's east amid Ebola

Sep 24, 2018

A Congolese civil society group says that 18 people have been killed in attacks by suspected Allied Democratic Forces rebels in the eastern city of Beni, as the city and region continue to face an Ebola outbreak

Iran-backed militias accused of reign of fear in Iraqi Basra

Sep 23, 2018

Activists in Iraq's oil capital of Basra say the city's powerful Iranian-backed Shiite militias used violence, threats to silence protests against them

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