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Car bomb attack kills two police, wounds 35 in southeast Turkey

Car bomb attack kills two police, wounds 35 in southeast Turkey

 A car bomb and rocket attack by Kurdish militants killed two police officers and wounded 35 people in the southeastern Turkish province of Mardin on Friday, security sources told Reuters. The attack was carried out around 6 a.m. (0400 GMT) by Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants in...

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US forces 'capture major IS operative' in Iraq

US forces 'capture major IS operative' in Iraq

US commandos have captured a major Islamic State operative in Iraq and his detention will likely lead to the apprehension of other IS targets, a US defense official told AFP Wednesday. The issue raises questions about what will happen to the detainee and others like...

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Iran: GCC made a 'mistake' labelling Hezbollah as terrorists

Iran: GCC made a 'mistake' labelling Hezbollah as terrorists

 Iran's deputy foreign minister said a decision by a Saudi-led bloc of Gulf states to label the Lebanese group Hezbollah a terrorist organization was a "mistake." Iranian state TV Thursday quoted Hossein Amir Abdollahian as saying the Gulf Cooperation Council's move was a "new mistake"...

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Egypt parliament expels MP for dining with Israeli ambassador

Egypt parliament expels MP for dining with Israeli ambassador

Egypt's parliament voted on Wednesday to expel an independent lawmaker who invited the Israeli ambassador in Cairo for dinner, drawing widespread criticism and prompting a fellow deputy to attack him with his shoe. Speaker Ali Abdelaal announced that 465 lawmakers, out of 490 who...

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