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Millions of Kurds expected to vote for independence in northern Iraq, amid international opposition against poll.
Monday marks one month since recent crisis began in Rakhine forcing 430,000 people to flee their homes to Bangladesh.
An anti-fascist activist who infiltrated the alt-right describes its growing influence and international connections.
The FBI said it has opened a civil rights investigation into the shooting at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ.
ISIL camp hit in the first American attack in Libya since President Donald Trump took office in January.
Critics have accused the president of discriminating against Muslims in violation of US guarantees of religious liberty.
More than 100 players throughout popular US sport take a defiant stance after US president's racism protest call out.
Member of political opposition, who tried to run in presidential poll, is accused of offences against state security.
Kurdish regional president vows talks after referendum, but Baghdad says it will not accept disintegration of Iraq.
Europe's biggest budget airline cancels 2,000 flights, affecting hundreds of thousands of passengers.
Demonstrators descend at a building in Berlin where the leaders of the far-right party are celebrating election results.
Qataris and foreigners line up Doha waterfront to greet emir after his first trip abroad since the start of Gulf crisis.
Exit polls show Angela Merkel's coalition bloc winning 33.5 percent of the vote in country's national election.
Rohingya refugees share their stories of dispossession and the problems they are facing at camps in Bangladesh.
Flights to airports in Sulaymaniyah and Erbil will be affected, but Kurds say nothing can stop September 25 vote.
Blast hits convoy travelling between towns of Anefis and Gao in northern Mali, in latest attack against MINUSMA members.
UN says there are 'immense' challenges as Bangladesh needs assistance to feed and shelter 436,000 Rohingya.
The Greek 'economic success' story advanced by Tsipras et al would have been funny if it wasn't such a serious matter.
Iraq's disputed areas have long been a source of contention between Baghdad and the Kurds as both lay claim to them.
Protest erupts in east Iraq against Monday's independence vote, while bomb attack kills four Kurdish soldiers in Kirkuk.