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Three air strikes reduce busy market in western Aleppo province - a so-called de-escalation zone - to rubble.
Controversial plans to link more than a billion ID cards with mobile phones and bank accounts.
After years of diplomatic wrangling, 10-nation bloc to start work with Beijing on South China Sea 'code of conduct'.
Turkish president's comments come after Putin and Trump said there was 'no military solution' to Syria's war.
Time is running out for people trapped under the rubble after a powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the region.
More than 400 have people died and 2,500 were injured after 7.3 magnitude quake in border area between Iran and Iraq.
Aid agencies, Turkey send help as death toll reaches more than 400 after 7.3 magnitude tremor hits Iran and Iraq.
What inspires Tunisia's most popular female comedian to make people laugh?
Racism has crept into the debates over government corruption in South Africa.
A personal insight into PTSD and why being a firefighter for the US military takes a huge psychological toll.
Muslims comprise less than 0.5 percent of population, but face disproportionate about of hatred from fellow citizens.
Questions emerge about whether Egypt shares Saudi's positions on several key issues affecting the Middle East.
Conservative cleric's followers block Islamabad highway for sixth day, demanding strict adherence to blasphemy laws.
Mohammed bin Salman's efforts to consolidate power mirror Vladimir Putin's, but there is an important difference.
Seven killed, 20 others injured in attack on concert and reprisal violence in Central African Republic capital, Bangui.
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck the border region between Iraq and Iran.
Lab process to potentially produce 10,000kg of meat from just one muscle cell, without harming cows.
Blue helmets have lost thousands of weapons and millions of rounds of ammunition this century, Small Arms Survey says.