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Three Syrian children hospitalised with dehydration after being rescued in Austria from a van packed with migrants have "vanished" with their parents.
Pressure is growing on Lebanon's govt after a protest campaign spurred by a rubbish crisis gave political leaders a deadline to meet their demands.
At least 11 people have been killed and 219 injured in Saudi Arabia after a fire broke out at a residential complex.
The deal to curb Iran's nuclear program will bolster Tehran's ability to fund global terrorism, says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Al Jazeera has vowed to appeal an Egyptian court verdict to sentence three of its journalists to three years in prison, calling it a "deliberate attack on press freedom".
She says money should be spent on helping countries bordering Syria to cope with the refugee influx to dissuade people from trying to cross to Europe.
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Kurdish fighters have freed seven villages from the Islamic State group in northern Iraq, the US-led coalition battling the jihadists says.
A court will decide whether four suspects arrested after the bodies of 71 migrants were found in a truck can be detained beyond 72 hours.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has told the Security Council on he's planning to set up a three-person team to investigate alleged chemical weapons attacks in Syria.
A suicide bomber in an explosives-rigged vehicle has killed two Iraqi army generals north of the Anbar provincial capital Ramadi.
Hungary's migrant crisis has escalated as police fired teargas at its main processing centre and the govt announced it was sending 2000 "border hunters" to stem the flow of people entering from Serbia.
Images released by IS show a large explosion, apparently as the Palmyra temple was blown up, and then a pile of rubble.
At least 40 people have been killed in more than 24 hours of Saudi-led coalition air strikes and fighting in Yemen, military sources say.
The head of the UN cultural watchdog has branded the destruction by IS jihadists of an ancient temple in Syria's Palmyra ruins as a "war crime".
Islamic State has reportedly destroyed another significant landmark in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra.
IS extremists have blown up the ancient temple of Baal Shamin in the UNESCO-listed Syrian city of Palmyra, the country's antiquities chief says.
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