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The U.S. has declined to confirm that a Syria “safe zone” was to be created in the northern part of that country despite reports that it was part of a recent agreement between the American and Turkish governments in …
FOX News · 58 minutes ago
President Barack Obama rebuked African leaders who refused to give up power Tuesday, joking that he thought he was "pretty good" at his job and could win a third term if he were allowed to run. In a speech to the African …
NBC News · ByAlastair Jamieson · 2 hours ago
African Leaders
Turkish policies towards the Middle East have been in wild oscillation over the past many weeks, even months. Ankara has now finally and begrudgingly initiated military action against ISIS in cooperation with the U.S. But …
The Huffington Post · 13 minutes ago
ISIS
British police have released new age-enhanced pictures of Madeleine McCann as part of a fresh appeal for information. Madeleine went missing from a Portuguese resort where the family was vacationing in 2007, days …
FOX News · ByCristina Corbin · 1 hour ago
A fragile ceasefire in Turkey has threatened to fall apart this week, as conflict flared again between the government and the militant Kurdistan Workers' Party. On Tuesday, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan …
The Huffington Post · 15 minutes ago
Kurds
Colombian Marxist rebels need to accept that they must face justice for crimes committed during the five-decade conflict before the public loses faith in the peace talks, President Juan Manuel Santos said. “It has to …
Bloomberg · 24 minutes ago
Beijing (CNN)Security camera footage has emerged of a mother saving her young son's life seconds before losing her own on an escalator in China. The 30-second video begins innocently enough: As the escalator in a …
CNN · BySteven Jiang · 2 hours ago
A man who ran up a staggering $36,500 lap dance bill in one night at a Polish strip club will avoid paying after a court in Norway ruled that he had been drugged. A judge has ruled that the bill should instead be paid by …
New York Daily News · 52 minutes ago
Netanyahu: Iran, IS pose 'formidable dangers' to Europe Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that Iran posed a "formidable danger" to Europe, accusing its proxy Hezbollah of operating cells across the …
USA Today · 4 hours ago
Netanyahu
Istanbul, Turkey — The rapidly intensifying conflict between Turkey and the Islamic State – a confrontation both sides avoided while pursuing higher priority goals in Syria’s civil war – is quickly exposing their respective …
The Christian Science Monitor · 28 minutes ago
Turkey
In a dock opening onto the Hooghly River near central Kolkata, one of India’s most lethal new weapons is going through a final outfit. The Kadmatt is a submarine killer, bristling with technology to sniff out and destroy …
Bloomberg · 54 minutes ago
Indian Ocean
Until about a week ago, the buzz around Turkey was whether a coalition government could be formed ahead of an early August deadline, precluding the president from calling for new elections. Then, the Suruc bombing …
Voice of America · 53 minutes ago
Islamic State
Australian reality TV stars 'shot at by IS' in Syria Australian public broadcaster SBS Tuesday defended a reality show where participants were shot at by Islamic State militants in Syria as part of a trip retracing refugees' …
USA Today · 6 hours ago
TV stars
During an excavation in northeast China, scientists have discovered the ghastly remains of 97 bodies stuffed in what they are calling a “5,000-year-old house of horrors,” according to the Mirror. The bodies of teenagers …
The Inquisitr · 28 minutes ago
Ghastly Remains
President Obama’s five-day trip to Africa that ended Tuesday with a rousing speech to the continent’s heads of government featured a delicate dance of diplomacy with leaders who have rocky records on human rights …
Los Angeles Times · ByChristi Parsons · 56 minutes ago
Obama
An American man is being sought in connection with a case that has drawn international attention -- the killing of Cecil the lion -- Zimbabwean officials said Tuesday. The man suspected in Cecil's death is Walter James …
Las Vegas Review-Journal · 21 minutes ago
Local news reports say Ukraine has banned actor Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years. Depardieu in 2013 took Russian citizenship in a bid to escape high taxes in his native France. He has recently …
WSOC-TV · 18 minutes ago
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea said Tuesday it is now virtually free of the deadly MERS virus that killed 36 people and sickened nearly 200 since an outbreak was declared in May. Prime Minister Hwang …
The Tampa Tribune · 14 minutes ago
South Korea
After more than four years of violent conflict, international pressure is growing to revive a political process for Syria. This week, U.N. Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura will report to the Security Council on the …
Washington Post · 4 hours ago
The Turkish military says it launched a new round of airstrikes on Islamic State group (IS) militants and rebel Kurdish bases in northern Iraq on Tuesday. Two F-16 jets also hit positions belonging to the banned …
Voice of America · 1 hour ago
NATO