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Three men have been accused of illegally shipping goods to Syria through other countries for nine years.
Local guides are refusing to take climbers up Mt. Everest after the deaths of at least 13 of their colleagues.
Russia insists that Kiev pull back its troops from eastern Ukraine, as it accuses Washington of distorting Geneva pact.
A government spokesman says at least 37 people have died in a rail accident in the country's southeast.
Palestinian leaders in Gaza reach agreement to form a national unity government ending seven-year rift.
Erdogan said the killing and mass deportation of Armenians between 1915 and 1916 had inhumane consequences.
Mass grave site is believed to contain at least 250 bodies of ethnic Albanians killed in the 1998-99 Kosovo war.
Powerful Israeli settler group set to take charge of projects around the most important Islamic holy site in Jerusalem.
Former world time trial champ given green signal after body confirms that meat he had in China caused positive dope test
Maher Abdul-Hafiz Hajjar, believed to represent Aleppo governate in parliament, to challenge Assad, state media says.
Islands at centre of China-Japan are covered by US-Japan defence alliance, US president says as he leaves for Tokyo.
Spanish football club allowed to buy and sell players while the appeal into ban is pending, says FIFA.
Kiev takes "appropriate measures" against eastern separatists, as Russia warns of response if interests are threatened.
Parliamentary session will be held on Wednesday, but experts say it is unlikely any candidate will get a majority.
Armed men pump millions of litres of fuel from tanker in Malacca strait, and take three members of the crew.
Gesture to honour 16 colleagues killed last week threatens to throw Nepal's lucrative climbing season into disarray.
White House calls on both sides in civil war to bring to justice those who carried out "horrific" killings in Bentiu.
Resumption of aid will help "counter-terrorism" operations in Sinai Peninsula, Pentagon says.
One person killed in protests sparked by death of 25-year-old local from Pavao-Pavaozinho, a 'pacified' slum.
Proposed measures include a dedicated hotline and stripping people of French nationality as deterrence and punishment.