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3,498 civilians killed in Afghan violence in 2016
A total of 3,498 Afghan civilians were killed and over 7,900 others wounded in conflict-related violence across Afghanistan in 2016, the UN mission in the country said on Monday.
China to donate humanitarian aid to Syria worth 16 mln USD
The Chinese Embassy and the Syrian Planning and International Cooperation Commission (ICC) signed two agreements on Sunday, under which China will provide two batches of humanitarian aid to the Syrian government worth 16 million U.S. dollars.
U.S. court turns down request to reinstate Trump's travel ban
A U.S. court denied early Sunday a request by the government to overturn a ruling that has suspended a controversial travel ban targeting refugees and nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries.
Trump pledges peace efforts with Ukraine, Russia
U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday that his country will work with Ukraine, Russia, and all other parties involved to help restore peace along the Ukraine-Russia border.
Shot Louvre attacker out of danger, placed into custody: report
Health situation of shot machete-wielding man, who rushed at soldiers near Louvre Museum in Paris, improved and he was placed into custody on Saturday, according to local media reports.
Romania annuls emergency ordinance to quell protests
Romanian Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu announced late Saturday that the government decided to repeal the emergency ordinance which critics and protesters said could help corrupt politicians escape justice.
Philippines' Duterte scraps peace talks with communist rebels
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Saturday the government is "cancelling" its peace talks with the communist rebels.
U.S. State Department reverses visa cancellations as judge suspends travel ban
The U.S. State Department on Saturday reversed revocation of visas for foreigners under a travel ban which was suspended Friday by a federal judge.
Iran's IRGC tests new missiles in air defense drills: report
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) test-fired new missiles in the ongoing air defense drills on Saturday, semi-official Mehr news agency reported.
Body of possible Malaysia's sunken boat victim sent to hospital for postmortem
A postmortem will be carried out to determine the identity of a female body, which was found on Saturday morning in waters near the Mengalum island, as the search for the missing from the Sabah sunken boat have been refocused on the area where the body was found. Skipper sentenced to 6 months
Skipper of Sabah sunken boat sentenced to 6 months
The skipper of the ill-fated Malaysian catamaran, which carried 28 tourists from China and capsized in waters off Sabah last week, was sentenced to six months in jail on Saturday for steering an overloaded and unsafe vessel.
U.S. district court judge blocks Trump's travel ban
U.S. District Court Judge James Robart ruled Friday in favor of the state attorneys general of Washington and Minnesota on a lawsuit to overturn President Donald Trump's travel ban.
Pentagon to buy 90 F-35 fighter jets from Lockheed Martin
Pentagon on Thursday reached an 8.5-billion-dollar agreement to buy 90 F-35 fighter jets from U.S. largest federal contractor Lockheed Martin following President Donald Trump's involvement, said the company in a statement.
Thousands of visas revoked under Trump's controversial temporary travel ban
Over 100,000 visas have been revoked since U.S. President Donald Trump one week ago issued an executive order temporarily barring refugees and people from seven Middle Eastern and North African countries from entering the United States, a government attorney told the Washington Post on Friday.
Russian embassy attacked by mortars in Damascus
The Russian Embassy in Syria was attacked twice by mortars on Thursday and Friday, causing no casualty, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Turkey denounces Greek military exercise on Aegean island
Turkey accused Greece on Friday of breaching international law by carrying out a military exercise on an island in the Aegean Sea.
Malaysian official vows to ensure safety of tourists after boat mishap
An official in charge of tourism in the eastern Malaysian state of Sabah has vowed to take effective measures to ensure the safety of foreign tourists, as a massive search operation continues for the missing victims of a sunken tourist boat.
U.S. imposes sanctions on Iranian entities, individuals after missile test
The United States on Friday announced sanctions on multiple entities and individuals involved in Iran's ballistic missile program and providing support to a military force in Iran. Iran vows to counteract fresh U.S. sanctions
EU Malta summit adopts plan to stem migration along central Mediterranean route
European leaders agreed Friday on an action plan to stem the migration flow into Europe along the central Mediterranean route during an informal summit in Malta.
Soldier shoots man with machete trying to enter Louvre in Paris
A French soldier on Friday shot and wounded a man armed with a machete after he tried to enter the Louvre Museum in central Paris, Paris prefect Michel Cadot said. French president warns "terrorist threat here to stay"; Hollande says machete-wielding attack "savage assault"
Ivanka Trump sends Chinese New Year greetings after embassy visit

Hours after Ivanka Trump's surprise visit to the Chinese Embassy in the United States, the U.S. President's daughter posted video footage of her daughter singing a Chinese song.

Britain in talks with China about post-Brexit deal
Despite the fact that Britain is still a member of the European Union, and is likely to remain so for at least two more years, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has revealed to MPs on an international trade committee that trade talks have already begun with China and a number of other countries.
Britain's best days still to come outside EU, says Brexit chief
A policy paper spelling out the British government's plans for exiting the European Union was published Thursday. Brexit Secretary David Davis listed 12 main points in the document detailing how the government wants to make its exit from Brussels and how it sees its new partnership with the remaining 27 EU members.
Turkey, Germany vow further cooperation against terror
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Thursday vowed further cooperation in the fight against terrorism during Merkel's visit to Ankara, local daily Hurriyet reported.
Putin, Orban agree on necessity of strengthening cooperation in fight against terrorism
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban agreed on the necessity of strengthening the cooperation in the fight against international terrorism, during their talks in Budapest on Thursday.
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