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Reports say an estimated 78 percent of the more than five million eligible voters turned out to cast their ballot.
Foreign minister criticises boycotting Gulf neighbours, while saying there is greater desire by US to resolve crisis.
Critics say that the vote could create a "political vacuum" in the face of recent threats from North Korea
Frauke Petry says she will not take her parliamentary seat citing 'disagreement over content' within far-right party.
Officer's killing by ISIL blamed on 'two-faced policy' while report on Russian air strike on US-backed force is denied.
Saying that the Turkish military stands ready, president threatens to cut the Kurds' oil exports through his country.
US university grappling with budget cuts and layoffs spends sum on security for far-right speaker's 15-minute rally.
Ri Yong-ho, foreign minister, says 'declaration of war' means all options will be on the table for country's leadership.
When you mix US sports, capitalism, white supremacy and black protest together, you are headed for nuclear social reset.
Mongolian herders shift their entire lives across frozen rivers and through 2,000 metre-high mountain passes.
Akefâ€™s death could play its role in reviving the Muslim Brotherhood and inspiring sympathisers across the world.
Trained nurses have come to aid of 24,000 pregnant and lactating Rohingya women staying in Bangladesh's refugee camps.
An air, sea and land blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt is now in its fourth month.
Why are women trading a life in the tropics for a treeless, windswept country on the edge of the Arctic circle?
Rights group says India uses 'security threat' to justify plans for mass deportation of approximately 40,000 Rohingya.
By handing ONLF officer Abdikarim Sheikh Muse to Ethiopia, the Somali government has betrayed its own people.
Shinzo Abe says he will dissolve lower house of parliament and call elections in October.
Years after the LRA was subdued, reconciliation between communities and returning former LRA fighters remains elusive.
Senior adviser to president received or responded to dozens of emails from White House officials using private server.
Kurdish bid for independence from Iraq will be problematic amid ongoing internal disputes, residents of the region say.