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Somalia vows war on Shabaab militants after devastating attack

18 October, 2017

Somalia's president vowed to crack down on al-Shabaab militants on Wednesday, after mass protests erupted following the deadly October 14 attack which killed more than 300 people.

As Iranian proxy seizes Kirkuk, where is America?

18 October, 2017

In-depth: An eyewitness account of the Kurdish collapse at Kirkuk, as the Iraqi government and Iran-backed militias reclaim the city for Baghdad. Words by Yomi Kleinmann, pictures by Adam McCaw.

Notorious Syrian regime general 'killed in Deir az-Zour'

18 October, 2017

A top Syrian military general who threatened refugees who fled the war to never come back was killed on Wednesday during an operation against the Islamic State.

Qatar Emir sends aid plane to Somalia after bombing

18 October, 2017

Qatar's emir has sent a plane carrying medical aid and doctors to Somalia to help the country cope with the crushing aftermath of its worst ever bombing.

Somalia's 9/11: World, where's the outrage?

18 October, 2017

Somalia witnessed one of the most horrific days in its troubled history on Saturday when a bomb exploded in central Mogadishu killing at least 300 people.

12 wounded in Turkish police bus bomb attack

17 October, 2017

At least 12 people were injured after a bomb attack targeting a police bus rocked the southern Turkish city of Mersin on the Mediterranean coast on Tuesday.

Kirkuk has already exposed Trump's incoherent Iran strategy

17 October, 2017

Comment: In Kirkuk, the US has allowed Iranian proxy forces - recently designated a terrorist group - to openly attack an American ally, highlighting inconsistent US policy, writes James Snell.

US strikes kill 'dozens' of IS militants in Yemen

17 October, 2017

US military strikes kill dozens of IS militants at the group's training camps in central Yemen, a US Central Command statement said on Monday.

Turkey closes airspace to Iraq's Kurdistan region

16 October, 2017

Turkey is closing its airspace to flights to and from Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region, Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag told reporters on Monday.

The mental trauma of Iraq's displaced

16 October, 2017

In-depth: As the Islamic State group faces defeat in Iraq, the mental scars of their brutality remain carved into Iraqis who suffered under the self-styled 'caliphate', reports Laura Cappon.

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