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Syria's Civil War
Syrian army's advances in Al Bab city may delay the battle for Raqqa, analysts say.
by Mariya Petkova
by Hafsa Adil
by Alasdair Soussi
by Ihsaan Haffejee
by Ali Younes
Kathryn Cramer Brownell
Google honours Pakistan's 'Angel of Mercy'
Philippines' Duterte says 'sorry' after German beheaded
Syria's FSA vows to attack government forces in Al Bab
Saudi Arabia wants oil prices to rise to $60 in 2017
Refugee child abuse 'rampant' in Libya
Homes and shops burned in anti-migrant S Africa attacks
What happens during a deportation raid in the US?
Record snowfall in the land of ice
Two women face charges over Kim Jong-nam killing
Cradles in Rajasthan for India's unwanted babies
by Kathryn Cramer Brownell
by Richard Seymour
by Dafina Savic–
by Yanis Varoufakis
We follow one of the FARC's most militarily successful fronts as it heads to a UN camp to begin the transition to peace.
Renewed anti-foreigner violence has raised fresh fears and uncertainty among members of migrant communities in S Africa.
Wind damage, sudden snow, travel disruption then an Arctic temperature drop for Scandinavia. Europe's 'weather bomb'.
From scenes of protests in the United States to images of Iraqis fleeing their homes, here is the week in pictures.
by Mariya Petkova
Tens of thousands of cases of online incitement via Israeli social media were documented last year.
by Nigel Wilson
The post-ISIL power vacuum in the region has brought tensions between Iran and Turkey to a head, analysts say.
by Birce Bora
A collective boycott of Israeli military court system is welcomed by prisoner rights groups.
Demonstrators in Geneva have called for an end to the practice of enforced disappearances in war-torn Syria.
by Dylan Collins
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