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'Fight or flight': student at Oregon school shooting
'Fight or flight': student at Oregon school shooting

Students at a US college in Oregon where 10 people were killed by a lone gunman described scenes of panic and terror as they ran for their lives or hid in classrooms.

'Fight or flight': student at Oregon school shooting
Thousands back opposition call for Montenegro govt to quit
Thousands back opposition call for Montenegro govt to quit

Around 3,000 people rallied in the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica to back an opposition call for the left-wing government of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic to resign.

Thousands back opposition call for Montenegro govt to quit
Protesters gather in Hong Kong a year since mass rallies
Protesters gather in Hong Kong a year since mass rallies

Protesters are due to gather once more in Hong Kong, a year since the start of huge pro-democracy rallies that brought parts of the city to a standstill.

Protesters gather in Hong Kong a year since mass rallies
'Something was going to happen,' pilgrim feared before tragedy
'Something was going to happen,' pilgrim feared before tragedy

Sirens wailed and helicopters hovered overhead as dozens of ambulances brought in victim after victim from a stampede that killed more than 700 in the holy Saudi valley of Mina.

'Something was going to happen,' pilgrim feared before tragedy
Afghanistan's Ghani condemns Pakistan air base attack
Afghanistan's Ghani condemns Pakistan air base attack

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani condemned last week's deadly attack on a Pakistani air force base and said Afghanistan will never allow its land to be used against Pakistan.

Afghanistan's Ghani condemns Pakistan air base attack
Crimea Tatars seek to block peninsula to protest Russian annexation
Crimea Tatars seek to block peninsula to protest Russian annexation

Hundreds of pro-Kiev activists from Crimea's Tatar community launched a blockade of roads from Ukraine to the Crimean peninsula to protest Russia's seizure of their home region.

Crimea Tatars seek to block peninsula to protest Russian annexation
'Change is possible': Thousands join Moscow opposition protest
'Change is possible': Thousands join Moscow opposition protest

Thousands of people poured onto Moscow's streets for the first authorised opposition protest in a year-and-a-half, with Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny telling the crowds: "Change is possible."

'Change is possible': Thousands join Moscow opposition protest
Wounded come home as Mexico demands Egypt compensation
Wounded come home as Mexico demands Egypt compensation

On stretchers and in wheelchairs, six Mexican tourists hurt in a mistaken Egyptian air strike that killed eight others returned home, as Mexico pressed for compensation for the victims.

Wounded come home as Mexico demands Egypt compensation
Pakistan detains 22 after Taliban air base attack
Pakistan detains 22 after Taliban air base attack

Twenty-two suspects have been detained in connection with a deadly attack on a Pakistan air force base claimed by the Taliban.

Pakistan detains 22 after Taliban air base attack
Hundreds of migrants mass on Slovenia border
Hundreds of migrants mass on Slovenia border

Hundreds of migrants gathered on Croatia's main border crossings with Slovenia on Saturday, seeking transit through Slovenian territory in their bid to travel to northern Europe.

Hundreds of migrants mass on Slovenia border
Bulgaria deploying up to 1,000 troops at Turkish border
Bulgaria deploying up to 1,000 troops at Turkish border

Bulgaria began deploying up to 1,000 troops to buttress its southeastern border with Turkey as hundreds of migrants remained stranded for a third day on the Turkish side.

Bulgaria deploying up to 1,000 troops at Turkish border
Thousands arrive in Croatia after migrant clashes at Hungary border
Thousands arrive in Croatia after migrant clashes at Hungary border

Thousands of migrants arrived in Croatia early seeking to open up a new route to northern Europe, after Hungary sealed its border, sparking ferocious clashes with angry refugees.

Thousands arrive in Croatia after migrant clashes at Hungary border
Hundreds of Greece-bound refugees blocked in Turkey for second day
Hundreds of Greece-bound refugees blocked in Turkey for second day

Around 1,000 refugees remained stranded in the northwestern Turkish city of Edirne, near the Greek border, after being barred by Turkish authorities.

Hundreds of Greece-bound refugees blocked in Turkey for second day
Israeli PM announces tougher penalties against stone throwers
Israeli PM announces tougher penalties against stone throwers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a toughening of the penalties for stone throwers, following a third day of clashes between Palestinians and security forces.

Israeli PM announces tougher penalties against stone throwers
UN warns Jerusalem clashes could ignite Mideast violence
UN warns Jerusalem clashes could ignite Mideast violence

Clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinians at a Jerusalem holy site could trigger violence elsewhere in the Middle East.

UN warns Jerusalem clashes could ignite Mideast violence
Clashes rock Jerusalem mosque compound for third day
Clashes rock Jerusalem mosque compound for third day

Palestinians and Israeli security forces clashed in Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound and the surrounding Old City for a third straight day.

Clashes rock Jerusalem mosque compound for third day
A street car named satire: 'Kabul Taxi' lampoons Afghanistan
A street car named satire: 'Kabul Taxi' lampoons Afghanistan

From ridiculing warlords to poking fun at the political elite, a crop of covertly run Afghan satirical outlets are resonating widely with disenchanted citizens.

A street car named satire: 'Kabul Taxi' lampoons Afghanistan
Mexico FM heads to Egypt after tourists killed by mistake
Mexico FM heads to Egypt after tourists killed by mistake

Mexico's foreign minister was to fly to Egypt with relatives of the tourists mistakenly killed by Egyptian security forces as her government called for an urgent investigation of the "deplorable event".

Mexico FM heads to Egypt after tourists killed by mistake
German minister urges change in EU's policy towards Syria
German minister urges change in EU's policy towards Syria

Germany's Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Europe should stop looking on helplessly as "murder" rages on in Syria, as he called on the bloc to review its strategy on the conflict.

German minister urges change in EU's policy towards Syria
1.4 mn people at Catalan independence demo: city police
1.4 mn people at Catalan independence demo: city police

Some 1.4 million people joined a march demanding independence for the Catalonia region from Spain, Barcelona city police said.

1.4 mn people at Catalan independence demo: city police