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Libya's Misrata tense after death of man who caught Kadhafi
Libya's Misrata tense after death of man who caught Kadhafi

Tension gripped Misrata Tuesday after the death of a rebel from the western city who was credited with capturing late Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, but who was later abducted and tortured in a rival town.

Libya's Misrata tense after death of man who caught Kadhafi
Envoy says Syria worsening as Assad clings to power
Envoy says Syria worsening as Assad clings to power

Peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi said Monday there is no end in sight for Syria's war as President Bashar al-Assad clings to power, while his forces reportedly pounded rebels, killing at least seven children.

Envoy says Syria worsening as Assad clings to power
Philippine Muslim rebels aim for peace plan
Philippine Muslim rebels aim for peace plan

Muslim rebels waging a decades-long insurgency in the southern Philippines in which more than 150,000 people have died are aiming to sign a roadmap for peace this year.

Philippine Muslim rebels aim for peace plan
Chaos turns Syria into paradise for kidnappers
Chaos turns Syria into paradise for kidnappers

Every time violence intensifies in Syria, so do abductions of civilians, for political reasons and more often for financial gain.

Chaos turns Syria into paradise for kidnappers
Rebels say Syria envoy's mission doomed
Rebels say Syria envoy's mission doomed

Fighting raged in Syria's two biggest cities on Sunday as UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi ended his first visit to the country on a peace mission a rebel commander said was doomed to fail.

Rebels say Syria envoy's mission doomed
Serbia's war crimes prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic. ©REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic
Gruesome details on wartime Kosovo organ harvesting: TV

A former Kosovo rebel witness described in an interview how he removed a prisoner's heart for the black market in organs during the 1990s Kosovo conflict, Serbian RTS state television reported.

Gruesome details on wartime Kosovo organ harvesting: TV
Serbian Chief war crime prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic. ©REUTERS/Oleg Popov
Serbia says it has witness to Kosovo organ harvesting

Serbia said Sunday it had a former Kosovo rebel witness who allegedly took part in removing the heart of a Serb prisoner for the international black market in organs during the 1990s Kosovo conflict.

Serbia says it has witness to Kosovo organ harvesting
War of words on streets of Syria's Aleppo
War of words on streets of Syria's Aleppo

At Sayyed Ali Square in central Aleppo, rebels cry out "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest) to which Syrian government troops respond "You will soon join him," before the shooting starts up again.

War of words on streets of Syria's Aleppo
Rebels to seek ceasefire in Colombia peace talks
Rebels to seek ceasefire in Colombia peace talks

Colombia's FARC rebel group said Thursday it will seek a ceasefire in Latin America's oldest armed conflict when peace talks begin next month with the government, which has ruled out a truce.

Rebels to seek ceasefire in Colombia peace talks
FARC rebel chief confirms Colombia peace talks
FARC rebel chief confirms Colombia peace talks

The leader of Colombia's leftist FARC rebels confirmed on Monday that they were ready to take part in peace talks aimed at ending Latin America's longest-running armed conflict, now nearly 50 years old.

FARC rebel chief confirms Colombia peace talks
Mass Myanmar monk rally backs anti-Rohingya plan
Mass Myanmar monk rally backs anti-Rohingya plan

Hundreds of Buddhist monks marched in Myanmar Sunday to support President Thein Sein's suggestion that Muslim Rohingya be deported or held in camps, in the biggest rally since the end of junta rule.

Mass Myanmar monk rally backs anti-Rohingya plan
Colombia confirms 'exploratory' talks with FARC
Colombia confirms 'exploratory' talks with FARC

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed that his government had begun "exploratory discussions" with leftist FARC rebels.

Colombia confirms 'exploratory' talks with FARC
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem. ©REUTERS/Amr Dalsh
Syria foreign minister accuses US of stoking violence

Syria's foreign minister accused the United States of being the "major player" encouraging anti-government rebels, but vowed the regime would not deploy chemical weapons in an interview published Tuesday.

Syria foreign minister accuses US of stoking violence
Rebels killed at least 24 South Sudan soldiers: officials
Rebels killed at least 24 South Sudan soldiers: officials

Rebels in South Sudan's Jonglei state have killed at least 24 soldiers, with several others missing or wounded, in the latest outbreak of violence in the troubled region, officials said Sunday.

Rebels killed at least 24 South Sudan soldiers: officials
Heritage catastrophe looms as war engulfs Old Aleppo
Heritage catastrophe looms as war engulfs Old Aleppo

As the battle for Aleppo closes in on the historical centre in northern Syria, heritage sites in one of the world's oldest cities are being damaged and experts fear the worst is yet to come.

Heritage catastrophe looms as war engulfs Old Aleppo
Aleppo commander's struggle for 'clean rebellion'
Aleppo commander's struggle for 'clean rebellion'

With the thud of heavy machine guns, the whipping sound of sniper rounds and the smell of cordite filling the midnight darkness, the rebels almost didn't notice her veiled figure turning the corner.

Aleppo commander's struggle for 'clean rebellion'
Syria rebels claim jet downing as army advances
Syria rebels claim jet downing as army advances

Syrian rebels claimed they downed a fighter jet Monday in what would be a major coup for the opposition, but the regime seized the upper hand in Aleppo as it advanced into a new rebel-held district.

Syria rebels claim jet downing as army advances
Aleppo battle rages as both sides report atrocities
Aleppo battle rages as both sides report atrocities

The Syrian army pressed its assault on rebels in commercial capital Aleppo on Sunday, while both sides reported atrocities and Arab foreign ministers postponed a planned meeting on the 17-month conflict.

Aleppo battle rages as both sides report atrocities
Syria rebels out of Aleppo district, new envoy due
Syria rebels out of Aleppo district, new envoy due

Rebels retreated from the key Aleppo district of Salaheddin under a deadly rain of shellfire Thursday, as a veteran Algerian diplomat was set to be named the new international envoy to Syria.

Syria rebels out of Aleppo district, new envoy due
Assad vows to crush Syria rebellion
Assad vows to crush Syria rebellion

President Bashar al-Assad vowed on Tuesday to crush the 17-month rebellion against his regime and to cleanse Syria of "terrorists", as his troops engaged rebels in key battleground city Aleppo.

Assad vows to crush Syria rebellion