Houthi snipers accused of shooting dead women and children
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Houthi snipers accused of shooting dead women and children

Houthi snipers are being accused of shooting women and children. At least 50 people have…

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Last British prisoner held in Guantanamo Bay returns home
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Last British prisoner held in Guantanamo Bay returns home

The last British prisoner to be held in Guantanamo Bay has been flown back to…

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Greece struggles to cope as refugee numbers surge
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Greece struggles to cope as refugee numbers surge

The number of refugees crossing from Turkey to Greece has surged in recent weeks. People…

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Doctors without borders demands security to continue working in Yemen
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Doctors without borders demands security to continue working in Yemen

At least 45 Houthi rebels and eight fighters loyal to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi were…

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Special Series – Putin’s Russia: Kremlin Rules
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Special Series – Putin’s Russia: Kremlin Rules

Twenty-five years after the Cold War, fear of Russia’s regional ambitions seems once again to…

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Shaker Aamer freed from Guantanamo after 13 years
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Shaker Aamer freed from Guantanamo after 13 years

Shaker Aamer has been released from Guantanamo Bay. The Saudi national, who is a British…

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Afghans face uncertain future as asylum rules tightens
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Afghans face uncertain future as asylum rules tightens

Syria’s war is one of the main causes of the refugee crisis in Europe. But…

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Afghan refugees face uncertain future
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Afghan refugees face uncertain future

Thousands of Afghans continue to make the dangerous trip to Germany. The latest warning that…

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Pakistan: Quake damage much worse than expected
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Pakistan: Quake damage much worse than expected

Pakistan’s government says thousands more homes were damaged in Monday’s earthquake than previously thought. Kamal…

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Efforts to boost cancer survival rates in Colombia
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Efforts to boost cancer survival rates in Colombia

Latin American countries are starting to address the continent’s shortage of cancer specialists. Colombia has…

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