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With the onset of the southwest monsoon, the island country could be faced with even more flooding and landslides.
Thousands of ISIL fighters are training in the mountains of Afghanistan, plotting an attack on the Kremlin.
Philippines' president reassures soldiers who might be accused of committing abuses under Mindanao island martial law.
Massive anti-India protests and clashes erupt in Kashmir after Hizbul Mujahideen leader is shot dead by security forces.
Deal struck with Israel reinstates right for Palestinian inmates to receive two visitors per month, officials say.
Alaa Arsheed and his musical partner plan to compose new songs while travelling along the Balkans refugee route.
Selling to North America has been a long-held dream for the Khoury family, owners of a microbrewery in Taybeh village.
Two men stabbed to death as they tried to stop suspect bullying Muslim women on light-rail train, Oregon police say.
Ninety-nine people missing and hundreds of homes damaged after torrential rain triggers devastating mudslides.
At least 18 people killed in a suicide car bomb attack in a crowded area of the eastern city of Khost.
Calling church and state-sanctioned weddings a patriotic duty, government order comes amid drive to 'moralise society'.
Trump's son-in-law tried to create a secure communications channel with Russia in December, Washington Post reports.
Tens of thousands fled the town of Bria after heavy fighting broke out this week in Central African Republic's south.
What is behind the caste violence in Saharanpur district in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh?
Power crisis risks spiraling out of control with devastating consequences for Palestinians and Israelis alike, UN says.
Awaqir tribesmen demand answers to how escape from Derna and Benghazi was possible through Haftar-controlled areas.
Spate of recent mosque and Muslim-business attacks blamed on hard-line Buddhist leader who is now on the run.
President Rodrigo Duterte has imposed martial law in Mindanao to eliminate the risk of 'contamination' by ISIL.