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Despite disarmament efforts, more than 2,000 nuclear tests have been conducted since 1945.
If she wins the upcoming elections, Angela Merkel could be on track to become Germany's longest-serving chancellor.
Survivors of Israeli live fire speak about Israel's 'kneecapping' practice of shooting youth in their lower limbs.
Abadi praises his forces 'fighting more than one liberation battle at the same time and winning victory after victory'.
Foreign Minister Ri dismisses US president's threat to 'totally destroy' his country, saying Trump had a 'dog dream'.
In strongest US response yet, vice president says violence against Muslim minority sowing 'seeds of hatred and chaos'.
Death rises to 230 as President Enrique Nieto says 'every minute counts to save lives'.
As palm oil plantations have rapidly expanded across Southeast Asia, controversy over the edible oil has intensified.
How the US went from all to nothing at a maternity clinic in the world's largest Syrian refugee camp.
Over 430 civilians likely died in August by US-led coalition actions in anti-ISIL push in Syrian city, says Airwars.
The United Nations hosts its 72nd General Assembly which is US President Donald Trump's first.
Judges say election process was neither 'transparent nor verifiable' but dismiss opposition claims against Kenyatta.
Russia celebrates the assault rifle inventor with a dedicated monument in the capital, Moscow.
Strongest storm to hit the US territory in nearly 90 years has killed at least nine in its wake across the Caribbean.
More than 50 nations sign agreement calling for a global ban on nuclear weapons, but none of them possess such arms.
Calling Trump's UN speech 'ignorant, absurd and hateful', Iran's leader slams potential US withdrawal from nuclear deal.
ISIL fighters are now confined in Raqqa city centre, the SDF alliance says as it announces the opening of a new front.
President Carles Puigdemont denounces detentions of high-ranking regional officials in the run-up to independence vote.
Four Palestinian groups allege high-level Israeli officials are responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Committee to Protect Journalists say government uses anti-terror law to silence and intimidate the media in Cameroon.