Leader of Social Democrats injured after violence broke out following election of ethnic Albanian as speaker.
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by Jonathan Cook
by Zena Tahhan
by Patty Culhane
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Violence in Macedonia after protesters storm parliament
Syria's war explained from the beginning
'Israeli strikes' hit arms depot in Damascus
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by Maha Akeel
by Neil Howard
by Azim Zahir
Relations may be tense between the neighbouring countries but some Eritreans are crossing the disputed border.
Students from various female colleges in Indian-administered Kashmir take part in mass protests against Indian soldiers.
Since Qayyarah was retaken from ISIL, the town's maternity hospital has been serving women across the region.
An intrusion of cold air has pleased skiers, and worried farmers, in Europe
The visit comes three weeks after two separate bombings killed dozens of Egyptian Copts on Palm Sunday.
by Barbara Bibbo
Israel is the first country outside the US to get access to the F-35 warplane, the most expensive ever developed.
Women's activists say they are closer than ever to abolishing Article 308, which pardons rapists who marry their victim.
by Zena Tahhan
The US embassy in Iran has been reopened as a museum chronicling the bitter history of bilateral relations.
by Megan O'Toole
Occupied West Bank
The arrest of Birzeit University student Kifah Quzmar has highlighted the plight of thousands of Palestinians.
by Ylenia Gostoli
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