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Supporting military operations against the Islamic State group is key to preventing terror attacks at home, French President Francois Hollande said Monday during a visit to Iraq.
 
Germany says it doesn't believe Bashar Assad can continue as Syria's leader under a future peace agreement.
 
Manhunt after Istanbul nightclub massacre kills 39
Turkish police were Monday conducting a massive manhunt for a gunman who killed 39 people, mostly foreigners, in a rampage at an upmarket nightclub in Istanbul where revellers were celebrating New Year.
 
39 dead in Turkey nightclub massacre
Thirty-nine people, including many foreigners, were killed Sunday when a gunman went on a rampage at an exclusive nightclub in Istanbul where revelers were celebrating the New Year.
 
UN chief aims to make 2017 'a year for peace'
The new United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said Sunday he would like to make 2017 a year to "put peace first," in a message heralding the new year and marking his first day as the world body's chief.
 
The Macedonian cop and Iraqi refugee: a love story
The scene was hardly conducive to romance: she was a sick Iraqi in a wave of refugees trying to enter Serbia, while he belonged to the stern Macedonian police force keeping guard.
 
New Year's attack on packed Istanbul club leaves 39 dead
An assailant believed to have been dressed in a Santa Claus costume opened fire at a crowded nightclub in Istanbul during New Year's celebrations, killing at least 39 people and wounding close to 70 others in what the province's governor described as a terror attack.
 
The year that was 2016
8: MEXICO Crime boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is arrested six months after a spectacular prison escape.
 
Syria truce begins; clashes erupt near Damascus
A nationwide cease-fire was holding across most of Syria on Friday but clashes near Damascus underlined the fragility of the deal brokered by Turkey and Russia.
 
One of Europe's worst offenders on food waste, Britain is beginning to get its act together thanks to a surge in volunteer initiatives that help the poor as well as creating a bit of seasonal cheer.
 
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