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60,000 flee inter-jihadist battle in east Syria: NGO
60,000 flee inter-jihadist battle in east Syria: NGO

Around 60,000 people have fled towns in Deir Ezzor province of eastern Syria that have been the scene of fierce clashes between rival jihadists, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

60,000 flee inter-jihadist battle in east Syria: NGO
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One dead, 11 hurt in southern Mexico clashes

At least one person was killed and 11 injured in clashes between a holdover group of the Zapatista rebel movement and rivals with ties to the local government, officials said.

One dead, 11 hurt in southern Mexico clashes
Death toll hits 32 in India rebel violence: police
Death toll hits 32 in India rebel violence: police

Police found nine more bodies Saturday after a deadly rampage by tribal separatists in India's remote northeastern Assam state, taking the death toll to 32 following two days of violence.

Death toll hits 32 in India rebel violence: police
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Sri Lanka troops kill three men in search for Tigers

Sri Lanka's military on Friday shot dead three men during an operation against suspected Tamil separatist rebels, in the first major confrontation since the end of the island's war nearly five years ago, a spokesman said.

Sri Lanka troops kill three men in search for Tigers
Philippines, Muslim rebels set for historic peace deal
Philippines, Muslim rebels set for historic peace deal

The biggest Muslim rebel group in the Philippines will sign a peace deal on Thursday aimed at ending four decades of deadly conflict that has condemned millions in the nation's far south to brutal poverty.

Philippines, Muslim rebels set for historic peace deal
Syria army in hot pursuit of rebels on Lebanon border
Syria army in hot pursuit of rebels on Lebanon border

Syrian regime forces were Monday readying an assault on the last rebel-held areas in the Qalamoun mountains, strategically located on the Lebanese border, after overrunning key opposition bastion Yabrud.

Syria army in hot pursuit of rebels on Lebanon border
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France indicts two women over 'Syria-bound' teenage girl

French prosecutors on Friday charged two women over the disappearance of a 15-year-old girl who is believed to have travelled to Syria to fight alongside jihadist rebels.

France indicts two women over 'Syria-bound' teenage girl
Women rebel in Italian mafia heartland
Women rebel in Italian mafia heartland

As the police patrol outside and pace the corridors of her office, anti-mafia prosecutor Alessandra Cerreti speaks to AFP about her specialty -- breaking the power of the clans by turning their women.

Women rebel in Italian mafia heartland
Free Syrian Army fires military chief over leadership 'paralysis'
Free Syrian Army fires military chief over leadership 'paralysis'

The rebel Free Syrian Army said Sunday it had fired Selim Idriss as its military chief, citing the "difficulties faced by the Syrian revolution" in its battle with the regime.

Free Syrian Army fires military chief over leadership 'paralysis'
Woman shot dead, burnt in Thai deep south 'revenge attack'
Woman shot dead, burnt in Thai deep south 'revenge attack'

A policeman's wife was shot dead and then set on fire in front of terrified shoppers at a busy market in Thailand's violence-ridden deep south, officials said Monday, in an apparent revenge attack.

Woman shot dead, burnt in Thai deep south 'revenge attack'
UN aid to enter Syria's Homs after first evacuations
UN aid to enter Syria's Homs after first evacuations

UN aid deliveries to rebel-held areas in the Syrian city of Homs were to begin Saturday, a day after dozens of civilians who survived more than 600 days of army siege were evacuated.

UN aid to enter Syria's Homs after first evacuations
South Sudan to try rebel leaders, risking ceasefire
South Sudan to try rebel leaders, risking ceasefire

South Sudan released seven rebel detainees Thursday but vowed to put on trial key leaders accused of launching weeks of fighting, a move likely to threaten a fragile ceasefire.

South Sudan to try rebel leaders, risking ceasefire
Violence rages on Damascus outskirts: monitor
Violence rages on Damascus outskirts: monitor

Syrian rebels and government troops clashed Sunday in restive districts of Damascus, a monitoring group said, as representatives of the warring sides met for peace talks in Geneva.

Violence rages on Damascus outskirts: monitor
'Party over' in C. Africa as troops return to barracks
'Party over' in C. Africa as troops return to barracks

The new interim president of the violence-wracked Central African Republic told marauding fighters Monday that "the party is over" after weeks of deadly sectarian violence, as deserting troops and police returned to duty.

'Party over' in C. Africa as troops return to barracks
Syria opposition re-elects Jarba as leader
Syria opposition re-elects Jarba as leader

Syria's main opposition National Coalition re-elected Ahmad Jarba as its leader during a general assembly meeting in Istanbul on Sunday, the coalition said in a statement.

Syria opposition re-elects Jarba as leader
South Sudan warring parties set for direct peace talks
South Sudan warring parties set for direct peace talks

South Sudan's warring parties were set to begin direct talks Saturday in a bid to end the conflict pushing the world's youngest nation towards civil war as fighting intensified for control of a key oil town.

South Sudan warring parties set for direct peace talks
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Nepal's court rules out amnesty for serious war crimes

Nepal's top court has rejected a demand by ultra-leftists that an amnesty be granted to people who committed serious rights abuses during the country's civil war, an official said Saturday.

Nepal's court rules out amnesty for serious war crimes
Thai protests push rebel peace talks down agenda
Thai protests push rebel peace talks down agenda

Stuttering peace talks to end Thailand's bloody southern rebellion are under threat from political turmoil in Bangkok, observers say, as the conflict enters its second decade with no end in sight.

Thai protests push rebel peace talks down agenda
South Sudan rebels threaten key town: army
South Sudan rebels threaten key town: army

Rebels in violence-wracked South Sudan sought to take back control Monday of a key town they were forced from last week, the army said, vowing to defeat the militia.

South Sudan rebels threaten key town: army
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UN reinforcements start arriving in S.Sudan

The first UN peacekeeping reinforcements arrived Friday in South Sudan, where the government is said to have agreed an immediate ceasefire after nearly two weeks of heavy fighting with rebels.

UN reinforcements start arriving in S.Sudan