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Monday, 24th Nov 2014 09:13  

 

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Monday, 24th November 2014
Kurdistan Region-Iraq News in brief. November 24, 2014
The Kurds' lonely fight against the Islamic State
Activists expand labour and human rights campaign beyond Qatar to include all Gulf states
MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE: As massacre case drags on, pain lingers
Afghan official: suicide attack toll at least 50
Suicide Bomber Kills Dozens at Afghan Volleyball Match
Afghan forces kill 30 Taliban militants across country
US drone strike kills six in eastern Afghanistan
MH17 wreckage recovery completed in east Ukraine
Sudanese Government Requests UN Mission in Darfur to Leave
Russia, Abkhazia to Sign Agreement on Strategic Cooperation, Integration
Real pressure must be exerted on terror backers: Syria's Assad
Iraqi Prime Minister Orders More Weapons to Fight Islamic State
If Ramadi Government Complex Falls, Whole Province Falls: Anbar Council
Khmer Rouge Court Adjourns Genocide Trial until Next Year
Oxfam: Afghan Talks Must not Bargain Away Women's Rights
Conflict and candlelight: Myanmar's energy conundrum
Swiss museum to say whether it accepts Nazi-era art hoard
UK police chief claims "˜4 or 5"² terror plots foiled
Bomber 'kills 45' at Afghanistan volleyball match
Putin expresses anger over double standard by the west on the Ukraine issue
Nepal bus crash search finds 47 dead
At least 45 people killed in suicide bombing in Paktika
Majority of Canadians worry about domestic terrorism, according to new survey
Somalia: Somali Forces Foil Al-Shabaab's Plans in Mogadishu
The Sydney baby who survived six days in drain and five other miracle babies
Send Children Back to School, Borno Govt Urges Parents
180,000 Bama Residents Displaced
Many killed as suicide bomber attacks volleyball match in Afghanistan
Jill Harris: Teenagers in a twisted world
Death toll rises to five after China quake
"˜B"™Haram slits throats of some, tied hands and legs of others before throwing them into the lake"™
Oregon's Mariota focused on the Civil War rivalry
Ole Miss breaks away from Northern Arizona 80-74
Proposal declares Jewish homeland
Afghanistan lifts ban on night raids
Cult of godmen Rising faith in the unreasonable
Permalink to Suicide blast at Afghan volleyball match kills 50
Suicide bomber kills 45 in Afghanistan
Israel OKs Jewish homeland legislation
The global battle for children"™s rights addressed in Dubai
Abe visits northern Nagano to survey damage from Saturday's quake
IS lures 550 Germans to fight in Syria, Iraq
Suicide bomber kills 50 at Afghan volleyball match Kabul "” A suicide bomber attacked a volleyball tournament in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, killing at least 45 people, officials said. Dozens more
Tunisians hold first fair presidential election
PHOTO GALLERY | Weekend storm damage at Gol Gol North | November 22-24
The 1733 Slave Revolt that Liberated an Island
We Will Hunt Mandera Killers Even If It Means Going to Somalia-Ruto
I Do Not Have Fake Credentials - Nwaokobia
Al Qaeda cleric in Yemen denounces ISIL
Myanmar: Conflict and candlelight: Myanmar's energy conundrum
Sudan: Peace forum in early December for East Darfur's warring tribes
Siege victim: "˜I thought I was dying"™
Philippines: NDDRMC Update Sitrep No. 69 re Monitoring Activities on the Alert Status of Mayon Volcano
Philippines: ASEAN Monthly Disaster Outlook Vol. 11 October 2014
World: Disaster Preparedness and Response Moves into Low Orbit
S Korea exam chief resigns over errors in high-stakes college test
US, UN condemn Mandera attack
Bomber hits volleyball game
UK police say foiled five suspected terror plots this year
 

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