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Bus driver in headscarf shows far-right Tommy Robinson demonstrators everything that’s...

On an afternoon when thousands of far-right protesters draped themselves in Union Jacks and anti-Islam ideologues vied with each other to give the most patriotic speech,...

‘Death penalty’: Gaza merchants suffer as trade crossing shuts

Beleaguered business owners and merchants in the Gaza Strip have voiced shock and anger at an Israeli decision to seal off the besieged territory's sole commercial...

‘Like twins’: Gaza mourns teenage boys killed in Israeli air raid

Umm Luay zooms in on a photograph on her mobile phone and kisses the screen, again and again. In the photo, her son, Luay Kaheel,...

Israeli air raids kill two Palestinian teens in Gaza

At least two teenagers in the Gaza Strip have been killed by Israeli air raids, according to Palestinian health officials, as Israel carried out the largest daylight attack...

‘We are always missing you’: Torn apart by violence, Rohingya families...

COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh/YANGON (Reuters) - Inside a bamboo shelter on Bangladesh’s eastern coast, 58-year-old Sait Banu held a dog-eared note from her husband. “If you...

11 Lessons about Srebrenica genocide ‘unwelcome’ in Brussels

An exhibit titled Genocide in Srebrenica: Eleven Lessons for the Future has opened in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, after it was turned away from its original event...

Bosnian Muslims to bury 35 Srebrenica massacre victims

Thousands of Bosnian Muslims gathered in Srebrenica on Wednesday to mark the 23rd anniversary of Europe's worst massacre since World War II and attend...

One year after battle for Mosul, a city lies in ruins

One year ago, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stood in front of cameras in Mosul and declared the city recaptured after three years of...

Syrians flee fearing regime attack on IS in south

BEIRUT, July 10 — Several thousand Syrians have fled parts of the country’s south held by an affiliate of the Islamic State group due...