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UN chief: Syria starvation ‘a war crime’

UN chief Ban Ki-moon says the use of food as a weapon against the Syrian people is a war crime amid reports of severe malnourishment in some besieged towns. Some 400,000 people in Syria are under siege as a foreign-backed insurgency is wreaking havoc across much of the country. “Let ...

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Indonesia arrests 3 over Jakarta attacks

Indonesia has arrested three suspects in connection with a series of terror attacks that killed at least seven people and injured 20 others in the capital Jakarta. Three men were arrested at their homes in the Depok area on the outskirts of Jakarta early Friday morning, police told Indonesian Metro TV news channel. ...

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US military eyes extra measures against sex assaults

The United States is considering additional measures to counter the “scourge” of sexual assaults in the military. The US Navy’s top officer on Thursday announced additional measures aimed at reducing and eliminating sexual assaults in the service, calling such attacks a “scourge in our workforce,” Reuters reported. Chief of Naval ...

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Al-Shabab militants attack African Union base Somalia

Al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants have attacked an African Union peacekeepers base in southern Somalia, with the group claiming to have killed dozens of soldiers. A military officer said a car bomb exploded Friday at the gate of the base and their fighters went in and that heavy gunfire was going on inside the base. Residents ...

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Donald Trump: I’m angry and US needs my anger

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has acknowledged that he is one of “angriest voices” in America, but said that is a good thing for the country. Nikki Haley, the Republican governor of South Carolina who is widely believed to be a leading contender for the GOP vice presidential nomination, ...

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