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Turkish warplanes have pounded targets of PKK militants in northern Iraq, as parliament was to meet in emergency session to debate the govt's controversial campaign against Kurdish rebels and jihadists.
NATO has given its strong backing to Turkey's fight against "terrorism" at an emergency meeting called to discuss Ankara's strikes against IS fighters and Kurdish rebels.
Murray McCully has thanked US Secretary of State John Kerry for his "patient diplomacy" in achieving a nuclear agreement with Iran.
Turkish tanks have shelled Kurdish-held villages in northern Syria with PM Ahmet Davutoglu warning a military campaign by Ankara could "change the balance" in the region.
A Turkish policeman has been killed during clashes with protesters in the flashpoint Istanbul district of Gazi.
A car bomb attack has killed two Turkish soldiers and wounded four others in the mainly Kurdish southeast of the country.
More than 1200 migrants, mostly from sub-Saharan Africa and Syria, have arrived in Sicily.
Britain has lifted an official warning against all but essential travel to Iran, citing in the wake of a landmark nuclear deal.
The Saudi-led coalition bombing Yemeni rebels since March has declared a five-day truce so aid can reach the country.
Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard could be released after serving a 30-year sentence when he becomes eligible for parole in November.
Turkey launched a second wave of raids against Islamic State jihadists in Syria and bombarded camps of Kurdish militants in northern Iraq.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says it would be embarrassing to him and a blow to US credibility on the world stage if Congress rejects the Iran nuclear deal.
Turkish fighter jets have bombed Islamic State targets inside Syria for the first time.
US Secretary of State John Kerry faced accusations that he had been "fleeced" and "bamboozled" by Tehran as he defended the Iran nuclear deal publicly for the first time on Capitol Hill.
Singer Mariah Carey is set to receive US$500,000 to play a lucrative one-off gig in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Protesters have poured into New York's Times Square to denounce the Iran nuclear deal as a threat to Israel and global security, demanding that the US Congress reject the pact.
The UN Security Council has condemned "in the strongest terms" the suicide attack in Turkey that killed 32 people and has been blamed on the Islamic State group.
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