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22 Jun 2017
The Islamic State group swiftly issued a statement via its Amaq propaganda agency blaming a US strike, but the US-led coalition condemned the destruction as a crime against "the people of Mosul and all of Iraq".
21 Jun 2017
China said Wednesday it has made "unremitting" efforts to ease tensions with North Korea after US President Donald Trump tweeted that Beijing had not succeeded in helping.
19 Jun 2017
Six Thai soldiers were killed and four injured when a roadside bomb ripped their patrol truck apart in the insurgency-plagued south on Monday, police said.
18 Jun 2017
At least 20 people were hurt, four of them seriously, when a China Eastern Airlines flight from Paris hit turbulence on Sunday over southwest China, state media said.
17 Jun 2017
Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu called the march after former journalist turned CHP lawmaker Enis Berberoglu was sentenced to 25 years in jail on Wednesday for leaking classified information to a newspaper.
17 Jun 2017
"Of course this will make Russia-US relations more complex," Putin said in an excerpt from an interview due to air in full at 1700 GMT on Rossiya-1 television.
17 Jun 2017
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte returned to public duties Saturday after nearly a week of absence that sparked speculation over his health as government forces battled Islamist militants in the biggest crisis of his rule.
17 Jun 2017
The strike hit a vehicle in Saeed district late Friday killing the driver and both passengers, the official said.
17 Jun 2017
Fires erupted and dark plumes of smoke rose from enclaves still occupied by the militants as the air force staged bombing runs to support ground troops struggling to dislodge the fighters from entrenched positions, AFP journalists at the scene said.
17 Jun 2017
At least 12 people have been injured in riots and arson attacks that have gripped the usually bustling area for more than a week and caused thousands of mostly Indian tourists to pack their bags and flee.
17 Jun 2017
Birol Erdem, a former senior justice ministry official, was released under judicial supervision which means he should still face trial, a date for which has yet to be set.
16 Jun 2017
Chinese authorities on Friday investigated an explosion at a kindergarten's gate as a crime after eight died and dozens more were injured in a blast that left victims bleeding and weeping on the ground.

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