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23:33 Update - 25 Killed In Eastern Libya Clashes
An officer with Haftar's army had earlier told AA that 11 troops loyal to the retired general were killed in the clashes.
23:18 Israeli Settler Injured In W. Bank Attack
An army source told the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth that the cocktail was hurled at the bus at a crossroads northern the occupied Gaza Strip.
22:18 New Israeli 'Aggression' Unlikely Soon: Hamas
Al Zahar said his movement would swap Israeli soldiers captured by it during Israel's offensive on the Gaza Strip for Palestinians detained in Israeli jails.
21:03 Pakistani Army Denies Hand In Political Standoff
Earlier, the army spokesman rejected reports saying that the army chief had asked the prime minister to resign.
Volkswagen To Build Production Facility In Thailand Volkswagen To Build Production Facility In Thailand
German carmaker Volkswagen is expecting the go-ahead for a factory in Thailand, newspaper reports have claimed. The company aims to strengthen its position in markets with enormous growth prospects. VW is only days away from getting permission to build a car factory in Thailand, Germany's daily Fran...
20:03 African, Somali Troops Target Last Shabaab Stronghold
The port of Barawe is believed to be Al Shabaab's main source of revenue, entry point for arms and a base for top leaders.
19:51 Erdogan Calls On Greece To Push For Reconciliation In Cyprus
In his first visit abroad as president of Turkey, in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (KKTC) President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Greece as a guarantor country to “fulfill its duty” as Turkey does, saying the window of opportunity won't remain open forever. Erdogan arrived in the KKTC wit...
Who Will Be Germany's Next National Team Captain? Who Will Be Germany's Next National Team Captain?
Manuel Neuer, Bastian Schweinsteiger or perhaps even Thomas Müller: who will be the next captain of Germany? Ahead of Joachim Löw's nomination of a national team captain on Tuesday, we analyze some of the favorites. Ahead of Germany's international friendly against Argentina, the German team is gath...
Analyst: 'Pakistan's Military Seeking To Destabilize Government' Analyst: 'Pakistan's Military Seeking To Destabilize Government'
Pakistan's powerful military has said it will step up efforts to resolve the country's weeks-long political crisis. But analyst Aqil Shah tells DW, the army is fueling the turmoil in a bid to send a signal to PM Sharif. Pakistani security forces have secured the headquarters of the state television ...
18:34 Nigeria Extends Maiduguri Curfew By 2 Hours
Army sources linked the move to clashes with Boko Haram militants in Bama, a town about 58km south of Maiduguri.
18:18 Saudi Arabia Bars Workers From Ebola-Hit States
Saudi Deputy Labor Minister Mufraj bin Saad al Haqbani said the decision was temporary.
18:03 Update - Number Of Dead In Paris Building Collapse Rises To 8
Rescue workers believe no one else missing under rubble of four storey residential building that collapsed Sunday morning.
18:03 12 Die In Syrian Regime Air Attacks In Northern Province
Syrian regime attacks in northern Idlib province kill 12.
17:33 Israeli Army Changes Proof Of Gaza Failure: Hamas
According to Hamas, Hebrew language newspapers on Monday reported an Israeli army decision to replace Gaza Division Commander Mickey Edelstein.
17:19 Al-Thinni Tasked With Forming Libya Govt
Al Oriebi said the new prime minister designate would present his new cabinet lineup to parliament by the end of this week.
17:19 Iraqi Army And Peshmerga Gain Ground From Islamic State
Iraqi forces entered Suleiman Beg that has been under the control of the Islamic State since June.
Lesotho, Landlocked And Labile Lesotho, Landlocked And Labile
After an attempted coup, the small southern African kingdom of Lesotho remains without a leader. The country's divided government has headed to neighboring South Africa for emergency talks. Was it a coup d'etat? Or rather a failed attempt to overthrow the government of Lesotho? Two days after violen...
16:33 Houthis Rule Out Occupation Of Sanaa
Mohamed al Bukhaiti, a member of the Houthi group's political council, stressed that his group would take escalatory – albeit peaceful – measures against the government only.
Iran Vows To Continue Efforts To 'Liberate Al-Aqsa Mosque' Iran Vows To Continue Efforts To 'Liberate Al-Aqsa Mosque'
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that his country will do all in its power to “liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque from Israeli occupation.”
Crisis In Pakistan Could Become Unmanageable Crisis In Pakistan Could Become Unmanageable
The ongoing political crisis in Pakistan is hurting the country's economy. The nuclear-armed nation's powerful army is concerned, and so is the West. A greater turmoil could become unmanageable for everyone. Not many people in Pakistan expected the anti-government protests to last this long: 19 days...

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