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Defense Minister says German armed forces will act under new strategy from 2016, marking a formal end to its post-WWII pacifist policy
An Egyptian judicial source has denied reports that ousted President Mohamed Morsi had been referred to a military court
Six former leaders call for clemency on death sentence for drug smugglers
Blast smashed windows of several nearby buildings and at least six vehicles parked outside compound were badly damaged
The Egyptian Air Force aircraft staged raids on ISIL training camps and army caches inside Libya, Egyptian military spokesman Mohamed Samir said in a Facebook statement.
Copenhagen on high alert after two people killed and five others wounded in two seperate attacks
Over 100 advocacy and community groups call on Department of Justice to launch hate crime investigation into murder of three Muslim students
Pakistani Taliban claim responsibility; say it is revenge for hanging of militant Aqeel alias Doctor Usman
British UN envoy says UK does not support extending the use of veto, at the heart criticism of the council's structure
Ministry of Foreign Affairs says SU-34 was in Turkey's airspace; Moscow denies claim; Turkish Air Force steps up security
Ahmet Davutoglu says country exercised its 'international right and national duty' in protecting its borders
Foreign minister calls off Istanbul trip over downing of Russian warplane
Military says aircraft 'of unknown nationality' given 10 warnings in five minutes over airspace breach
Condolences from around the world are continuing to pour into Turkey following Saturday’s horrific twin bombings in Ankara that killed at least 97 people.