28 september 2016, 18:5532,000 arrested in Turkey coup probe
21 september 2016, 16:42Xenophobia threatening peace in eastern Germany
31 august 2016, 16:00Kazakhstan arrests 21 suspected of plotting terrorist attacks
16 august 2016, 16:36Russia announces first Syria strikes from Iran base
25 july 2016, 14:51Syrian migrant killed by own bomb near German music festival
20 july 2016, 17:03Death toll rises as Kazakhstan probes deadly assault
19 july 2016, 17:51Five dead in Kazakhstan 'terror' attacks on police
08 july 2016, 15:16Snipers kill five police at US protest over shootings
16 may 2016, 16:00Germany puts refugees to work... for one euro
12 may 2016, 17:26Gaza Salafists look to IS for inspiration
04 may 2016, 15:50Revenge, despair pushing Syrians into jihadist ranks: study
29 march 2016, 15:37Six children killed, maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi air strikes began: UN
28 march 2016, 16:54Israel advises citizens to leave Turkey citing attack risk
15 march 2016, 17:26Car bomb kills driver in central Berlin
02 march 2016, 23:44Israel army to return Palestinian land after decades
17 february 2016, 17:17Beijing deploys missiles on disputed island: Taiwan
01 february 2016, 12:12Saudi police arrest 33 'terror' suspects, including one Kazakh
05 january 2016, 19:31Germany stunned by rash of New Year's sex assaults
24 december 2015, 17:37Israel probes video of Jewish extremists celebrating toddler death
30 november 2015, 15:51Turkey sends corpse of shot down pilot back to Russia: reports
30 november 2015, 10:25Mass brawls erupt in crowded migrant shelters in Germany
23 november 2015, 14:30Brussels to stay at highest security alert level on Monday: PM
23 november 2015, 11:43Madrid marchers urge justice 40 years after Franco's death
21 november 2015, 14:0018 dead in Mali hostage siege a week after Paris carnage
16 november 2015, 16:16Seven UK terror attacks 'stopped' in last six months: Cameron
12 november 2015, 13:37EU flag burned as tens of thousands join Warsaw nationalist demo
10 november 2015, 17:38Italy's painstaking bid to identify shipwrecked migrants
09 november 2015, 15:25Romania president meets with protesters as fire toll mounts
07 november 2015, 16:49No emergency evacuation for 80,000 Russians still in Egypt: Moscow
07 november 2015, 15:17Thousands in Paris anti-racism rally mark 2005 riots
06 november 2015, 12:53Violence as anti-capitalist march hits London
03 november 2015, 11:48Russian air strikes hit Syria's historic Palmyra region: Moscow
29 october 2015, 13:09Thousands demonstrate in Czech Republic against migrants
27 october 2015, 15:26Malaysia becoming 'police state' as govt battles scandal: HRW
27 october 2015, 11:58Montenegro PM shrugs off violent demos calling for resignation
21 october 2015, 14:37Germany's PEGIDA condemned over 'concentration camp' speech
20 october 2015, 12:45One seriously hurt as thousands mass in Dresden for anti-migrant rally, counter-protest
19 october 2015, 15:28Hollande says Air France turbulence doesn't reflect state of country
19 october 2015, 15:26Slovenia blocks over 1,000 migrants at border
17 october 2015, 18:34Migrant flow turns to Slovenia as EU rift over crisis grows
17 october 2015, 18:12A year on, Germany's PEGIDA radicalised by refugee influx
13 october 2015, 12:05Netanyahu vows to defeat 'knife terror' after three new attacks
10 october 2015, 16:51At least 30 dead in 'terrorist' attack on Ankara peace rally
07 october 2015, 14:38Hollande warns Air France violence 'could harm country's image'
03 october 2015, 18:13Channel Tunnel traffic suspended after migrant intrusion: Eurotunnel
03 october 2015, 16:23Staff ends strike at London's National Gallery
02 october 2015, 08:48'Fight or flight': student at Oregon school shooting
28 september 2015, 16:24Thousands back opposition call for Montenegro govt to quit
28 september 2015, 16:13Protesters gather in Hong Kong a year since mass rallies
25 september 2015, 11:00'Something was going to happen,' pilgrim feared before tragedy
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