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UK Court Sentences Syrian for Posting Terror Content on Facebook

UK Court Sentences Syrian for Posting Terror Content on Facebook

UK Newcastle Crown Court sentenced a Syrian civil engineer for sharing terrorism videos on Facebook.

UN Accuses Machar’s South Sudan Rebel Group of Crimes against Humanity

UN Accuses Machar’s South Sudan Rebel Group of Crimes against Humanity

The United Nations has accused South Sudan armed opposition group, led by Riek Machar, of committing crimes against humanity in the Western Equatoria region.

Cyprus Takes in 29 Syrian Migrants Departing From Lebanon

Cypriot police say most of the 29 Syrian migrants who have arrived at the Mediterranean island after setting sail from Lebanon told authorities they have relatives living in Cyprus. Police said Saturday that the migrants, including five women, nine children and one unescorted minor, have so far m

Trump Says Brunson's Release a ‘Tremendous Step’ Forward in US-Turkey Ties

Trump Says Brunson's Release a ‘Tremendous Step’ Forward in US-Turkey Ties

US pastor Andrew Brunson returned to the United States after being detained in Turkey for two years on terror-related charges. He was received by US President Donald Trump at the White House hours after he arrived in Washington. Trump thanked Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for "making

French President: I’ve Never been Naive with Iran

French President: I’ve Never been Naive with Iran

French President Emmanuel Macron refuted claims that underestimated Paris' policies towards Tehran, saying “I’ve never been naive with Iran or thought it would be easy.” He stressed that he always called for a more demanding policy toward Iran which needed to include keeping the existing deal, d

At Least 16 Killed in Suicide Attacks in Somalia

At Least 16 Killed in Suicide Attacks in Somalia

At least 16 people were killed on Saturday in two suicide attacks against a restaurant and coffee shop in Somalia. Suicide bombers walked into the two locations in the southwestern city of Baidoa and detonated their vests within minutes of each other, according to witnesses. The blasts came a

Turkish-Saudi Joint Committee to Investigate Khashoggi's Disappearance

Turkish-Saudi Joint Committee to Investigate Khashoggi's Disappearance

Ankara and Riyadh set up a joint working group to investigate the fate of missing Saudi citizen Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared after leaving the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, said an official Turkish statement on Thursday. Subsequently, a delegation from Saudi Arabia has landed in T

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