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Turkey breaks up crowds at Syrian frontier protesting Islamic State, border closings
BEIRUT ? Turkish troops fired tear gas and water cannons Monday to disperse crowds near Suruc, Turkey, on the Syrian border, where Turkish and Syrian Kurds have been demonstrating against border closings and the Islamic State's latest advances in ...
Thousands of Syrian refugees flee to escape IS militants
IS offensive poses problems for Turkey
The Islamic State, Turkey and Syria's Kurds
Islamic State calls for supporters to murder AUSTRALIANS
The official spokesman of the Islamic State terror group has purportedly issued a chilling message calling on his followers to murder Australians in ghastly ways. In what the Prime Minister's office said was being regarded as a 'genuine threat' by the nation's ...
Islamic State instructs followers to kill Australians
Islamic State creates dilemma for Western nations
Islamic State message calling on followers to kill Australians is a serious threat ...
David CAmeron holds talks with Tehran as he prepares for air strikes on Islamic ...
David Cameron will plead with Iran for help in smashing Islamic State today as he prepares to order air strikes on the terror group. In a major diplomatic gamble, the Prime Minister will hold talks with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani in New York to discuss ...
David Cameron to meet Iran leader over Isis campaign
UPDATE 2-US opposes linking Iran cooperation on Islamic State to nuclear talks
David Cameron to target ISIS with air strikes after meeting with Iran President ...
French tourist kidnapped in Algeria by group linked to Isis
A French citizen has been kidnapped and threatened with death in Algeria, apparently by an armed group supporting Islamist militants in Iraq targeted by a French air strike last week. The French foreign ministry confirmed the kidnapping of a French man on ...
Islamic State Ally in Algeria Threatens French Hostage
IS-linked group in Algeria claim kidnapping of French tourist
Islamist Group Threatens French Hostage In Video
Hype aside, China failed to capitalise on Xi's Delhi visit
Chinese President Xi Jingping failed to capitalise on a chance to "reset" India-China ties during his visit. President Xi Jinping's visit to India produced less than the expected results, despite favourable conditions for a ?re-set? of India-China relations being in ...
As China pushes, Indian troops make tactical retreat at one spot
'Important consensus' between Xi, Modi to take ties forward
'Economic transformation in India, China provided momentum this time'
Islamic State Militants Kill 40 Iraqi Troops
Islamic State militants disguised in Iraqi army uniforms and driving stolen Humvees killed at least 40 Iraqi soldiers and captured 68 others in western Anbar province, breaking through a deteriorating Iraqi military offensive in an area where the United States ...
Iraqi soldiers describe heavy losses as Islamic State overruns camp
Islamic State suicide bombings kill dozens in Iraq
Islamic State Kills, Captures Dozens Of Iraqi Troops
Isil fighters 'have returned to America', US officials say
The FBI is monitoring a number of US citizens who have returned to America after fighting for the jihadist groups in Syria, including the Islamic State (Isil), the US has confirmed for the first time. An administration official told Time magazine that the US National ...
Obama administration confirms American ISIS fighters have returned and 'the ...
This Is How ISIS Makes $3 Million A Day
Obama's words return to haunt him as he rallies U.S. on Iraq
Thousands of Hong Kong students protest for democracy to start week-long ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Thousands of students braved sweltering heat in Hong Kong on Monday to demand greater democracy as they launched a week-long boycott of classes, underscoring a restive younger generation's determination to challenge the Chinese Communist Party.
Thousands of Hong Kong students protest Chinese voting limits
Thousands take part in reform protest as student class boycott starts
The Week in Photos
Sky News Australia
Security to dominate parliament again
Sky News Australia
Prime Minister Tony Abbott will travel to New York tonight for talks at the United Nations on tackling IS and other extremist groups. Mr Abbott yesterday told Australians in a speech to parliament they'll have to put up with inconvenience and tougher security for ...
Australians named as IS kill targets
Australia to introduce proposed law to stop citizens from joining terrorist groups ...
Ukraine's foreign minister calling for 'Coalition of Freedom'
Ukraine Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said Monday that the brazen Russian invasion of his country has him proposing a new "Coalition of Freedom," to defend democracy and Western values in a troubled world. "It is about security for everyone," said Klimkin ...
REUTERS SUMMIT - Russia's former finance minister Kudrin warns of years of ...
Russia's Putin looking at cooperation to fight Islamic State -agency
Khodorkovsky Challenges Putin as Opposition Marches