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  • Afghanistan: Sending more foreign troops is like 'adding wood to fire'

    NATO is holding a meeting to discuss the prospect of sending more troops to combat Taliban fighters who have gained significant ground in Afghanistan in recent years.

    Afghanistan: Sending more foreign troops is like 'adding wood to fire'
    Afghanistan: Sending more foreign troops is like 'adding wood to fire'

    NATO is holding a meeting to discuss the prospect of sending more troops to combat Taliban fighters who have gained significant ground in Afghanistan in recent years.

    02:36May 25, 2017

  • Clashes erupt on Jerusalem Day

    Celebrations of Jerusalem Day, which began on Tuesday and ended at Wednesday evening, have led to clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces in Occupied East Jerusalem.

    Clashes erupt on Jerusalem Day
    Clashes erupt on Jerusalem Day

    02:02May 25, 2017

  • Mosul: thousands flee the city as Iraqi forces try to secure west

    Iraqi forces are trying to secure all western districts of Mosul. People continue to leave the area as fighting rages in residential neighbourhoods. More than 200,000 people are still living under ISIL control in the city.

    Mosul: thousands flee the city as Iraqi forces try to secure west
  • Myanmar set for peace talks with rebel groups

    Peace talks aimed at ending Myanmar's numerous long-running ethnic conflicts are due to get under way in the country's capital on Wednesday. The leaders of a number of armed groups have arrived in Naypyidaw.

    Myanmar set for peace talks with rebel groups
  • Major attacks in UK's recent history

    Tuesday's blast at the end of Ariana Grande's concert in the English city of Manchester, which killed at least 22 people, is being described as the biggest attack since the 7/7 London bombings 12 years ago that killed 52 people.

    Major attacks in UK's recent history
  • UK police: Suicide bomber behind deadly Manchester attack

    UK police on Tuesday raised the death toll in an apparent suicide bomb blast at an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of young fans in Manchester, northern England, to at least 22 people.

    UK police: Suicide bomber behind deadly Manchester attack