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17 October 2017 12:00

  Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has declared the southern city of Marawi liberated from Daesh-linked militants, while the military says it is still fighting a swindling band of militants there. “I hereby declare Marawi liberated from the terrorists,” Duterte said on Tuesday in a speech to army soldiers in Marawi. The Philippine leader further said now that the fight is over, it is time...

17 October 2017 10:37

  Russia and the European Union (EU) have slapped tougher restrictions on North Korea as part of the international efforts to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program. On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree for punitive measures against Pyongyang based on a UN Security Council Resolution adopted in December 2016. The almost 40-page document specifies certain punitive measures that were introduced in 2007,...

16 October 2017 22:23

  Chairman of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi warned that the US administration's antagonistic approach towards the 2015 nuclear deal encourages other countries to oppose negotiation and follow North Korea. "The US president showed by his remarks again that the US government is not trustworthy and the US behavior towards the nuclear deal persuades views of...

16 October 2017 22:10

  Amid growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula, North Korea has told the United Nations that it will not negotiate the dismantling of its nuclear weapons unless the US reversed its "hostile" policy. North Korean Deputy UN Ambassador Kim In-ryong told the UN General Assembly's committee on disarmament on Monday that the situation on the Korean Peninsula "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear...

16 October 2017 9:55

  South Korea and the United States have kicked off week-long war games in the waters around the restive Korean Peninsula, in a move that could lead to a new surge in tensions with the North. About 40 navy ships from both countries, including the nuclear-powered USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier and US submarine Michigan, started maritime exercises on the east and...

15 October 2017 18:55

  A new influx of Rohingya refugees that hit Bangladesh contains around 14,000 orphans, authorities say, as new details emerge of a brutal crackdown in neighboring Myanmar which forced over half a million Rohingya Muslims to flee their homes. Bangladesh's social services department said Sunday that some 13,751 children without a parent or parents were identified in the crowded refugee camps along the...

15 October 2017 10:09

  North Korea has threatened Australia with “disaster” for aligning itself with South Korea and the United States in stepping up pressure on Pyongyang over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. “Lately, Australia is showing dangerous moves of zealously joining the frenzied political and military provocations of the US against the DPRK (North Korea),” the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on...

13 October 2017 17:42

A UK-based rights group has accused Myanmar’s government of intentionally starving Rohingya Muslims in a bid to force the persecuted minority group out of the country. “Rohingya are now being starved out of Burma (Myanmar) and unless real pressure is put on the government and military to lift aid and movement restrictions, most… will be forced out within weeks,” Tun Khin,...

13 October 2017 17:35

  Thousands of previously Europe-bound asylum seekers held in Libyan detention centers are said to be in dire conditions and in need of urgent medical help. “The situation is very tragic... disastrous. There’s a lack of support,” Abdulhameed Muftah Frida, the head of the al-Hamra detention center in Gharyan, said on Thursday. About 5,800 migrants have been transferred to the center since fighting...

13 October 2017 17:32

  NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has warned that military action against North Korea could trigger "devastating consequences" amid US President Donald Trump’s war threats. "The use of military force will have devastating consequences, I think nobody really wants that, therefore we need to continue to push for a negotiated solution," Stoltenberg said in Brussels on Friday. The NATO chief urged a diplomatic solution...

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