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Multinational forces could patrol Syria 'de-escalation zones': Turkey By AFP | Last Updated: 22nd June, 2017, 22:38

Iran, Russia and Turkey agreed an accord on May 4 at peace talks in the Kazakh capital Astana

Multinational forces could patrol Syria 'de-escalation zones': Turkey

Morocco busts 'IS-linked cell plotting tourist attacks' Morocco busts 'IS-linked cell plotting tourist attacks'

Morocco in an statement claims the group also intended to "broaden the scope of its terrorist operations to other cities of the kingdom"


At least 29 dead as car bomb hits bank in southern Afghanistan At least 29 dead as car bomb hits bank in southern Afghanistan

Washington is soon expected to announce an increase in the US military deployment to bolster Afghan forces as they struggle to contain the insurgency


Myanmar forces kill 3 in raid on 'terrorist training camps': state media Myanmar forces kill 3 in raid on 'terrorist training camps': state media

Myanmar denies the claims and says troops were conducting valid clearance operations to crush a Rohingya insurgency


Germany spied on White House: report Germany spied on White House: report

According to the reports of the magazine Spiegel weekly, Germany's foreign intelligence service long spied on numerous official and business targets


North Korea calls US President Donald Trump a 'psychopath' North Korea calls US President Donald Trump a 'psychopath'

"South Korea must realise that following psychopath Trump...will only lead to disaster," an editorial carried by the Rodong Sinmun says


Iraq PM says Mosul mosque destruction means IS admitting defeat Iraq PM says Mosul mosque destruction means IS admitting defeat

The destruction of a Mosul mosque where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi gave his first sermon as leader of the…


3 militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir 3 militants killed in Jammu and Kashmir

An Army Major has been also injured during the fierce exchange of gunfire


Saudi Arabia's next king is a young, ambitious risk taker Saudi Arabia's next king is a young, ambitious risk taker

A little more than two years ago, Mohammed bin Salman was a little-known figure in Saudi Arabia


UN says IS targets children to hold Mosul civilians hostage UN says IS targets children to hold Mosul civilians hostage

Iraqi troops are slowly clearing the last pockets of IS fighters from Mosul's old city in an operation launched earlier this week


Thailand King Vajiralongkorn shot at with air pistol Thailand King Vajiralongkorn shot at with air pistol

The boys - aged 13 and 14 - shot at him from the window of a house in the town of Erding on 10 June


IS 'blows up' Mosul’s al-Nuri mosque IS 'blows up' Mosul’s al-Nuri mosque

The UN says IS may be holding more than 100,000 people there as human shields


Russia 'hacked' 21 US states in election Russia 'hacked' 21 US states in election

US intelligence agencies believe Moscow interfered to help Donald Trump win


Poland refuses 'poor quality' Russian gas Poland refuses 'poor quality' Russian gas

Poland currently relies on Russia for about 40 percent of its gas


Russian diplomat to become new UN counterterror chief Russian diplomat to become new UN counterterror chief

Voronkov is Russia's representative to international organizations in Vienna


Five killed in Boko Haram mine blast, ambush Five killed in Boko Haram mine blast, ambush

The Konduga district has been a hotbed of Boko Haram activity in recent months

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