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Judge delays bail decision on detained Myanmar journalists

Jan 23, 2018

A Myanmar judge has postponed a decision on bail until early February for two Reuters journalists detained for allegedly violating a British colonial-era secrecy law that a former military junta once used to muzzle freedom of speech

Myanmar says it's ready to begin Rohingya repatriation

Jan 23, 2018

Myanmar officials say they are ready to begin a gradual repatriation of Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh, despite a delay announced by Bangladesh authorities

UN troops returning to only base in rebel-held South Sudan

Jan 23, 2018

UN peacekeepers returning to only base in rebel-held South Sudan as fighting grows near

Mexico federal prosecutors take on Chihuahua corruption case

Jan 22, 2018

Mexico's top electoral crimes prosecutor says federal officials will take over the investigation into a former governor who allegedly channeled state funds to the ruling party

Environmental, community groups mourn killing of activist

Jan 22, 2018

A coalition of 37 environmental and community groups is demanding justice in the killing of a community activist in western Mexico who helped lead self-defense patrols against illegal logging

AP Explains: Turkey's 'Operation Olive Branch' in Afrin

Jan 22, 2018

AP Explains: Turkey has launched a military operation into Afrin, a Kurdish-controlled enclave in northern Syria

Fighting rages amid Turkish push in Kurdish enclave in Syria

Jan 22, 2018

Syria's Kurdish militia says it's repelled Turkish troops from villages seized in Ankara's offensive against enclave

Yemen rebels fire rockets at military parade, killing 7

Jan 22, 2018

Yemeni rebels fire rockets on a military parade near the central city of Taiz, killing at least seven people, including a local journalist, in an apparent assassination attempt on the interior minister and his deputy

In Syria's Aleppo, old bazaar struggles to come back to life

Jan 22, 2018

In Aleppo, Syria's largest city, centuries-old bazaar destroyed by 4 years of fighting struggles to come back to life

Iraqi parliament sets May 12 as date for national elections

Jan 22, 2018

Iraqi parliament sets May 12 as date for national elections despite calls from Sunni community to delay vote

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