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Syrian army targets south Damascus insurgent enclave

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian army bombarded a jihadist enclave in south Damascus on Monday, state television and a war monitor said, as President Bashar al-Assad seeks to regain all ground near the capital.


Asylum-seekers and locals clash on Greek island of Lesbos over migrant crisis

ATHENS (Reuters) - Clashes broke out on Sunday between asylum-seekers and groups of locals on Lesbos, police said, in one of the most serious bouts of violence on the Greek island in months.


U.N., EU, Russia back Iran nuclear deal as Trump meets Macron

GENEVA/MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. allies and rivals spoke out in support of the Iran nuclear deal on Monday, bolstering French President Emmanuel Macron's pitch to U.S. President Donald Trump that there was no "Plan B" for keeping a lid on Tehran's atomic am


Greece says Turkey risks losing sight of Europe

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday ruled out any trade off with Turkey for the release of two Greek soldiers held by Ankara, and said its NATO ally appeared to be losing sight of moving closer to Europe.


New electronic system to speed up Iraqi election results: elections chief

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A new electronic system will deliver the results of Iraq's upcoming national election within hours of polls closing, the country's chief electoral officer said, a marked improvement from previous years when it took weeks to announce th


Pro-Life Groups Launch High Court Challenge Over Ealing Abortion Clinic Protest Ban

Pro-life protesters have launched a High Court challenge against a council ruling which bans them from approaching women entering an abortion clinic. A new buffer zone,unanimously approved by Ealing Council, came into force outside the Marie Stopes f


Tourist begs for his life before being lynched after ‘shooting dead elderly shaman’

Sebastian Woodroffe was travelling in Peru to study hallucinogenic medicine


Jailed Egyptian photographer wins UNESCO press freedom prize

The United Nations' cultural agency has ignored warnings from Egypt and awarded the World Press Freedom prize to an imprisoned Egyptian photographer.


EU probes Italian bridge loan to struggling Alitalia airline

The European Union is opening an investigation to see if Italy was within its rights to give struggling airline Alitalia a $1.1 billion bridge loan last year.


UN official praises 'welcome developments' from North Korea

The U.N.'s high representative for disarmament affairs is praising North Korea's decision to suspend its nuclear and ballistic missile tests and dismantle its nuclear sites as "welcome developments."


Yes, Americans Can Still Travel To Cuba

Here’s how Americans can legally travel to Cuba and comply with new regulations…without using a tour operator.


Meet The Real-Life King Of The NFL Mock Draft

No NFL mock-drafter has a better record over the last five years than Jason Boris of the Lehighton (Pa.) Times-News., according to The Huddle Report, a website that scores the success of about 100 published mock-drafters.


Is the north-west Britain's most underrated coastline?

On the Morecambe Bay coast, Anthony Peregrine is reminded of his home county’s remarkable natural beauty – and classic Lancastrian understatement

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