Turkey's Erdogan vows to take on US-backed YPG fighters in northern Syria

Erdogan's latest remarks came four days after he announced an imminent operation against Kurdish militia in neighbouring Syria.

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More than 40 injured in explosion in Japan's Sapporo: State media

There was no immediate word on the cause of the blast, which the agency said had caused a number of buildings to collapse. Kyodo said one person was in critical condition.

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Britain's May clashes with Blair over Brexit

May accused Blair of insulting voters and trying to undermine her government with calls for a second referendum to break the political deadlock over the divorce deal she struck with the EU.

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Denuclearisation is at risk, warns North Korea; condemns UN sanctions

The North's stinging response came after the United States said on Monday it had introduced sanctions on three North Korean officials, including a top aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, for…

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Climate talks pass baton in race to stop global warming

Nearly 200 countries at the United Nations talks in Katowice in the coal mining region of Silesia saved the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement from disintegration on Saturday by agreeing with a package…

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Dubai's missing Princess Latifa: Her friends tells WION the full story

It has been nine months since anyone saw Latifa Maktoum who had tried to escape her family but was reportedly intercepted and forcibly returned. There have been reports since then that Latifa is…

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4 killed in helicopter-ambulance crash in Portugal

The aircraft came down in the Valongo district, killing all on board: a Spanish doctor, a nurse and the two pilots. Local officials said the cause of the crash was not yet known.

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6.1-magnitude earthquake rocks Indonesia's Papua

The quake was about 158 kilometres (98 miles) south-southwest of the province's capital Jayapura at 6:42 pm (0942 GMT), at a depth of 61 kilometres, according to the US Geological Survey.

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UN warns Yemen could face 'much worse' in 2019

A high number of Yemenis have been dying in 'very dramatic circumstances' as a result of food shortages, Guterres told a news conference in Doha.

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Bahrain foreign minister defends Australia's decision on Jerusalem

The foreign minister of US ally Bahrain said the move would not affect a future Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital.

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Britain's Labour will try to force parliament Brexit vote next week

Andrew Gwynne, who is Labour’s policy chief for communities and local government, said 'We will be using whatever mechanisms we have at our disposal next week to try and force the government to…

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Trump working on extraditing Gulen: Turkish foreign minister

"In Argentina, Trump told Erdogan they were working on extraditing Gulen and other people," Cavusoglu said at a conference in Doha, referring to the G20 summit in Argentina from November 30 to…

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UN chief Guterres calls for 'credible' probe into Khashoggi murder

The UN chief said he had no information on the case except what had been reported in the media. 

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Macron's ratings fall further after month of protests

A major poll by the Ifop group published in Journal du Dimanche newspaper showed Macron's approval had slipped another two points in the last month, to 23 per cent. 

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Maldives seize $6.5 million from former president

Yameen has been dogged by allegations that he received close to $1.5 million in illicit payments during his failed bid for re-election in the Indian Ocean archipelago nation.

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