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Saturday, January 3, 2015
Turkey's Health Minister Mehmet Muezzinoglu on Friday faced a barrage of criticism on social media after suggesting that women should prioritize the “career” of motherhood before anything else.
Afghan soldiers were responsible for firing mortars at a wedding party that killed 17 women and children, officials said Friday, in a mistaken strike that overshadowed the transfer of nationwide security from NATO forces.
Two Saudis convicted of drug trafficking became the first people executed in 2015 in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom, which beheaded 87 people last year, according to an AFP tally.
Friday, January 2, 2015
Omar Karame, Lebanon's first post-war prime minister and a staunch ally of the Syrian government, has died at the age of 80, his family announced on Thursday.
The Palestinians faced a fresh diplomatic battle Thursday after taking steps to join the International Criminal Court in a move strongly condemned by both Washington and Israel.
Afghan army probed after mortars kill 20 at wedding
Afghanistan on Thursday launched an investigation into whether the army was responsible for mortars fired into a wedding party that killed at least 20 guests in the restive southern province of Helmand.
Strife-torn northern Nigeria was hit by two deadly attacks on Wednesday, when a female suicide bomber was killed as she tried to enter a military barracks and seven died in a bus explosion.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
The Palestinians moved Wednesday to join the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a new avenue for action against Israel after the U.N. Security Council rejected a resolution on ending the occupation.
The last French troops in Afghanistan held a ceremony in Kabul on Wednesday to mark the end of their deployment after NATO combat operations closed down and as a new “train and support” mission takes over.
A suicide bomber dressed as a woman killed 33 people in central Yemen on Wednesday when he blew himself up at a celebration by Shiite militia supporters, medical and security sources said.
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