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Sunday, June 14, 2015
Taliban fighters overran multiple checkpoints in a nighttime raid in Afghanistan's volatile southern Helmand province, killing at least 20 police officers as the battle raged into Saturday, authorities said.
Pakistani police on Saturday foiled an attack on a senior counter-terrorism official and killed four militants in the southern port city of Karachi, police said.
United Nations General Secretary Ban Ki-moon on Saturday warned of a worsening rights situation across Central Asia, as he ended a visit to energy-rich Central Asia in ex-Soviet Turkmenistan.
Washington has transferred six inmates from its Guantanamo Bay prison to Oman, the Pentagon said Saturday, as part of a drive by President Barack Obama to close the controversial jail.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Saudi-led warplanes hit 'jewel' of Islamic culture in Sanaa
An air strike by the Saudi-led coalition on the Yemeni capital's old quarter killed five people Friday as it destroyed homes in the centuries-old heritage site UNESCO calls a "jewel" of Islamic culture.
Israel has barred a Palestinian photographer allegedly shot in the eye by an Israeli soldier from entering east Jerusalem for specialist treatment, he told AFP on Wednesday.
A decision by Israel's new education minister to halt the performances for high school students of a controversial theater play, inspired by the life story of an Arab who murdered an Israeli soldier, has rekindled a fierce debate in the country over the limits of artistic expression.
Three men on Friday went on trial at a Turkish court facing life imprisonment over the murder and attempted rape of a 20-year-old female student that unleashed a wave of anger over violence against women in the country.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
US orders more troops to Iraq to aid Sunni integration
Amid persistent setbacks in the fight against the Islamic State, President Barack Obama turned his military's focus to the Sunni-Shiite divide, ordering hundreds of troops to Iraq to better integrate Iraqi forces and lay the groundwork to retake Ramadi and other key cities.
Egypt police foil suicide attack at tourist site
Police said they foiled an attempted suicide bomb attack Wednesday on one of Egypt's most popular ancient attractions in a rare assault on the country's vital tourism sector.
  
  
  
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