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More than 3,000 migrants arrested in Libya smuggling hub

 More than 3,000 illegal migrants have been arrested in Libya’s northwestern city of Sabratha, as the country’s unity government authorities push a crackdown on human ... Full story

US alarmed by China’s increasing global military role: Report

 China’s inauguration of its first military base abroad in Djibouti has raised concerns among US intelligence officials that Beijing’s growing military presence around the world ... Full story

New Australia warships to be equipped with long-range missile systems: PM

 The Australian prime minister says the country’s new warships are to be equipped with long-range missile defense systems in an effort to counter threats from ... Full story

US airstrikes kill 84 civilians at school, market in Syria: HRW

 Human Rights Watch says the US killed at least 84 civilians, including scores of children, in airstrikes on a school and market near the northern ... Full story

Germany votes in key national elections

Germany is going to the polls on Sunday for the country's federal elections, with long-serving Chancellor Angela Merkel looking all but certain to win a ... Full story

US using Nusra terrorists to hinder Astana talks: Syrian FM

 The Syrian foreign minister says the United States is enlisting the help of al-Nusra Front terrorist group to undermine the achievements of the intra-Syrian peace ... Full story

Bangladesh urges ‘safe zones’ for Rohingya in Myanmar

 Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for the establishment of safe zones inside Myanmar to protect the Rohingya Muslims who are fleeing a government-sanctioned ... Full story

US supply of lethal arms to Ukraine won’t help stability: Russia

 Russia says the United States’ potential provision of “lethal weapons” to Ukraine will not promote stability in the East European country. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made ... Full story

Turkey sends tanks near Iraqi and Syrian borders

 Turkey has launched a military drill featuring tanks close to the Iraqi border and dispatched military vehicles to its southern border with Syria where several ... Full story

South Korea, US agree on putting more pressure on North Korea: Seoul

 South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his American counterpart, Donald Trump, have reportedly agreed to exert extra pressure on North Korea. South Korea’s presidential office spokesman ... Full story

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