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Libya court sentences Gadhafi son to death for 2011 killings
TRIPOLI, Libya • Moammar Gadhafi's son and onetime heir apparent was convicted and sentenced to death on Tuesday by a court in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on charges of murder and inciting genocide during the country's 2011 uprising. But Seif al-Islam ...
Gaddafi's son sentenced to death by firing squad in Libya
Libyan court sentences Khadafy son to death
Saif Al-Islam sentenced to death in 'flawed' trial
Kurdish leader decries Turkey's 'safe zone' plan in Syria
A "safe zone" Turkey and the US are creating in Syria is an attempt by Ankara to stop Kurds from forming their own territory, the leader of Turkey's pro-Kurdish party has told the BBC. HDP chairman Selahattin Demirtas said Turkey's operation against ...
Who will provide the muscle for a Syrian 'Islamic State-free zone'?
Kurdish Militia's Gains in Northern Syria Stir Ethnic Strife
Turkey's Focus on Crushing Kurd Extremists Complicates ISIS Efforts
Sydney Morning Herald
Cecil the lion's killer lands in the middle of an online hate storm
Sydney Morning Herald
Until two days ago, Walter Palmer was a "very private" man living in Eden Prairie, Minnesota with his wife and two children. He practised general and cosmetic dentistry from a red brick surgery in nearby Bloomington and hunted animals with a bow and ...
#CecilTheLion: Internet uproar after lion killed in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean officials: American man wanted in killing of Cecil the lion
American Dentist Accused of Killing a Famous Lion Cecil While on Safari
Spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard granted parole
(CNN) Convicted spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole and will be released from an American jail on Nov. 21, his lawyer announced Tuesday. Pollard's release -- exactly 30 years after his arrest -- could help ease the tensions between ...
US to free Israel spy Jonathan Pollard
Jonathan Pollard, Spy for Israel, to Be Released on Parole
Israelis See Spy's Release as Peace Offering for Iran Deal
Saudi-led coalition plans ground attacks in Yemen after taking key city
BEIRUT — After four months of setbacks, fighters backed by Saudi Arabia have seized the offensive in Yemen's war, taking control of a major city and pressing to expand ground operations against rebel forces. The shift in momentum after the Saudi-led ...
UN Says It Could Help 3 Million in Yemen if a Pause Holds
UN says it could help 3 million in Yemen if ceasefire holds
UN aid chief urges 'redoubled' efforts in Yemen
Russian Veto Expected as Security Council Votes on MH17
New York Times
UNITED NATIONS — Russia on Wednesday is expected to veto a U.N. Security Council resolution to set up an international criminal court to prosecute those responsible for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine a year ago. The foreign ...
MH17 wreckage: 298 people, including 39 Australians, were killed in the ...
Australia encouraged by UN support for criminal tribunal into Malaysia ...
Russia set to block MH17 investigation
Channel Tunnel: Migrant flow at Calais 'too much to handle'
The flow of migrants trying to get into Britain from Calais appears "too much" for the UK government to handle, a spokesman for Eurotunnel has said. About 2,000 migrants tried to enter the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais on Monday night in a bid to ...
2000 Migrants Tried to Storm the Channel Tunnel in a Desperate Bid to Reach the UK
Injuries as 2000 migrants try to enter Channel Tunnel in France to reach UK
Hundreds of Migrants Try to Clamber Onto Trains and Cross English Channel
Sewel steps down from parliament
Scandal-hit peer Lord Sewel has resigned from the House of Lords after coming under intense pressure over footage of him allegedly taking cocaine with two prostitutes. The former Labour minister — the first peer to stand down in disgrace following new ...
Britain's House of Lords: the past scandals
Grasping peers and the need for a cull in DAILY MAIL COMMENT
Dolphin Square is an exclusive address that has been home to major scandals ...
UK pushing for more trade with Asia
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is in Vietnam - about to start the third day of a tour of south east Asia. With him on the trip are 31 bosses of British industry - all trying to encourage Asia to trade more with the UK. So why has Britain fallen so far ...
Cameron's EU reform plans 'recipe for confusion'
Indonesia and Singapore to boost bilateral ties
Singapore, Indonesia step up cooperation against IS
What has Obama's visit done for Africa
When Barack Obama stepped off Air Force One in Kenya it felt like a moment of affirmation and an opportunity to use the US president's words to "call on the world to change its approach to Africa". As a continent, it depends less on aid now than it did ...
'Nobody Should Be President for Life,' Obama Tells Africa
Despite economic gains, Obama's work in Africa is unfinished
Dan Simpson: The U.S. isn't helping Africa