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President says Turkey may hold a public vote on whether to continue to pursue European Union membership.
There has been an outcry over the high number of civilians killed by suspected US-led coalition air strikes in Mosul.
Police detain scores attempting to hold banned rally, days after president warns of foreign-backed plot to topple him.
Officials say the rebel fighters attacked the police as they were driving from Tshikapa to Kananga.
Coalition says it struck area in west Mosul where officials say scores of civilians were killed by aerial bombardment.
At least two civilians and one policeman killed during the operation at a residential building in Sylhet city.
Separatist groups vow to boycott talks with the government next week, explaining they are not sufficiently inclusive.
Although an election committee will choose Hong Kong's new Chief Executive, the vote has caused much debate in the city.
Gaza police say Israel and collaborators responsible for killing of senior Hamas member Mazen Faqha.
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Passengers decry US, UK ban on laptops and tablets in hand luggage on some flights from Middle East and North Africa.
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Conspiracy theories and rumours swirl in Washington, DC as media and the American public try to make sense of it all.
We examine potential pitfalls and dangers facing business, and the EU itself, on separating UK from the trading bloc.
Rumours that the Kremlin undermined American democracy by helping Donald Trump win kept the US press busy this week.
Leaders renew Rome treaty vows as they mark the 60th anniversary of EU's founding pact in the Italian capital.
After witnessing the car-and-knife attack from his office window, Muddassar Ahmed launched a crowdfunding campaign.
Renewed violence, despite a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey, casts further doubt on UN-led peacemaking efforts.
American University of Beirut to pay $700,000 for violating US sanctions by giving media training to banned outlets.