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Britain extends military presence in Afghanistan

Fayez Khorshid Kabul Britain has extended the stay of its troops in Afghanistan. The Ministry of Defence says Afghan forces haven’t yet developed into a fully-fledged fighting force capable of providing complete security. The announcement comes as Afghan security forces have made significant gains against the Taliban in 2015.

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Surprise abounds in Turkey over AKP win

Verenia Keet Istanbul In Turkey, the ruling Justice and Development Party has managed to reclaim the majority of seats in the snap parliamentary elections. The result is considered a success for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who is now able to form a government without coalition partners.

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Progress made against Daesh in Syria without Western help

Riley Waggaman Moscow Officials in Moscow say significant progress has been made against Takfiri terrorists in Syria only one month after Russia began its air campaign in the country. They say the West’s refusal to cooperate with Russia’s anti-terrorism operations has been the major obstacle to a swift victory against ...

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Syrian army foils Daesh attack on town near Aleppo

Mohamad Ali Aleppo The Syrian army has repelled a major attack by Daesh terrorists on the northwestern town of Safirah in the Aleppo countryside. The Syrian forces have managed to inflict heavy losses on the terrorist group. Our correspondent Mohamad Ali has filed this report from the Syrian town.

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Iraqis unimpressed with Blair’s apology

Altaf Ahmad Baghdad Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has apologized for taking his country into the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Blair has admitted that he made some mistakes in planning the war. People in Iraq regard Blair’s apology as too little too late, given the number of lives lost ...

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Over 7mn mourners mark Ashura in Karbala

Altaf Ahmad Baghdad Iraqi officials have lauded the success of the security plan designed to protect the Muharram commemorations from dangers mainly from the Daesh-sponsored terror attacks. At least 7 million mourners took part in the ceremonies to mark the martyrdom of the grandson of Prophet Muhammad – Imam Hussein ...

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Russia FM stresses Iran role in efforts to resolve Syria crisis

Russia has highlighted Iran’s role in resolving the ongoing conflict in Syria, saying that the settlement of the crisis gripping the Arab country has “no prospect” without the Islamic Republic’s participation. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov made the remarks in an interview with Russia’s Rossiya-1 television channel on Thursday. “When ...

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Ousted pres. Yanukovych sues Ukraine in ECtHR

Lena Savchuk Kiev Ukraine’s ousted president Viktor Yanukovych has filed a lawsuit against Kiev over alleged violation of human rights. Yanukovych left Ukraine for Russia in February 20-14 after days of Western-backed unrest in the capital Kiev. A Ukrainian court in August began trying Yanukovych in absentia for his alleged ...

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