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Trump promises to swiftly destroy Turkey's economy if Ankara continues down 'dangerous and destructive path' in Syria.
Texas police officer Aaron Dean shot and killed Atatiana Jefferson as she stood inside her home on Saturday morning.
Many celebrate the return of fuel subsidies, but urge caution over plans to come up with new belt-tightening measures.
Putin signs oil agreements and discusses regional security in his first visit to the kingdom since 2007.
Syria says government troops entered Manbij, potentially setting up a direct confrontation with Ankara-led forces.
With no ability to govern in Parliament, it is not clear how much PM Boris Johnson can achieve before an election.
Afghanistan's Election Commission is struggling to meet its own deadline to announce preliminary results of last month's presidential poll.
Doubts over fairness of Tuesday's general elections put fragile peace agreement under threat renewing fears the country could be plunged back into armed conflict.
Turkey says military campaign is targeting SDFâ€™s main Kurdish fighting force which it says is aligned with outlawed Kurdistan Workersâ€™ Party.
Electoral commission confirms landslide victory for law professor over rival Nabil Karoui in presidential runoff vote.
Several US states and cities have done away with Columbus Day celebrations in deference to Native Americans.
Turkish president Erdogan says Ankara will 'not back down' over Syria offensive as fighting flares for sixth day.
Demonstrators are worried that President Alpha Conde is planning to amend the constitution to stay in power.
Laws have been introduced to prevent female infanticide in India, where daughters can be seen as a financial burden.
Threatened by a Turkish offensive, Kurdish-led fighters have turned to a new alliance with President Bashar al-Assad.
Iranian president discusses regional tensions in a wide-ranging news conference.
Turkey's military action on Syria will have consequences far beyond the 'safe zone' it is trying to establish.
A legislative agenda has been laid out by the UK's monarch despite doubts over the prime minister's ability to govern.
Anonymous social media accounts that provide a safe space for women to talk about sexual abuse deserve protection.
Ruhollah Zam, understood to live in Paris, is now in custody in Iran, the Revolutionary Guards have announced.