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Amnesty: Women, children linked to IS suffer abuses in Iraq

Apr 17, 2018

Amnesty International says Iraqi women and children with suspected links to the Islamic State group are being denied humanitarian aid and prevented from returning to their homes, and the women also are subjected to sexual violence in displacement camps

Chemical weapons team in Syria kept from alleged attack site

Apr 17, 2018

The head of the international chemical weapons watchdog says Syrian and Russian officials cited "pending security issues" in preventing its inspectors from going to the site of an alleged gas attack near the Syrian capital

US pastor denies terror links, spying in Turkish court

Apr 16, 2018

American pastor denies aiding terror groups or engaging in espionage in Turkey as trial opens

Mexico's Slim worried by leftist candidate opposing airport

Apr 16, 2018

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim says he would be concerned if leftist presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador wins and cancels the new Mexico City airport project

Turkey's opposition protests state of emergency with sit-ins

Apr 16, 2018

Supporters of Turkey's main opposition party have staged sit-in demonstrations across Turkey to protest the state of emergency that was declared after a coup attempt in 2016

Turkey warns Greece after flag is hoisted on disputed islet

Apr 16, 2018

Turkey's prime minister has warned Greece to refrain from "provocations" after a Greek flag was hoisted on a disputed, uninhabited islet off the Turkish coast, in the Aegean Sea

Small town mayor shot dead in Mexico's Jalisco state

Apr 15, 2018

Authorities in Mexico say a small town's mayor has been shot dead in the west-central state of Jalisco

Syria's allies say airstrikes undercut political resolution

Apr 15, 2018

Syria's allies say the West's airstrikes undermine prospects of a political solution to the seven-year conflict

US pastor faces terror charges in fraught trial in Turkey

Apr 15, 2018

An American pastor imprisoned in Turkey is going on trial in a case that has increased tensions between Washington and Ankara

Syrians displaced near capital recall years of deprivation

Apr 15, 2018

Thousands of Syrians displaced by the battle for the once-lush suburbs of Damascus now find themselves in a crowded settlement, where for the first time in recent memory they have enough to eat

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