23 August 2014

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4 civilians killed in Kabul attack on NATO convoy: official

4 civilians killed in Kabul attack on NATO convoy: officialKABUL: A suicide attacker targeting a NATO convoy in Kabul on Sunday killed four civilians and wounded at least seven others, officials said, the latest blast in the capital as politicians wrangle over disputed election results.The NATO force made no immediate comment after the attack, which came as foreign troops rapidly wind down combat operations at the end of a 13-year war against Taliban insurgents."At around 11:30 am, a convoy of foreign forces was targeted by a suicide bomber in police district 6, killing

Jihadists storm Syria army base in Raqa: monitor

Jihadists storm Syria army base in Raqa: monitor Jihadists from the Islamic State group have seized parts of a military base in Syria´s Raqa province after launching triple suicide bomb attacks at its gates, a monitor said Thursday.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the extremist group was engaged in heavy fighting with troops at Brigade 93 in Raqa, where IS already controls the regional capital and significant amounts of territory.The fighting began on Wednesday night, after three IS fighters blew themselves

UN General Assembly to meet informally on Gaza war

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations General Assembly will hold an informal meeting to hear briefings by senior U.N. officials on the war in Gaza.The office of Assembly President John Ashe announced Monday that the 193-member world body will meet in response to a request from Arab nations at 10 a.m. EDT on Wednesday.U.N. members will be briefed by human rights chief Navi Pillay, the head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees Pierre Krahenbuhl, deputy humanitarian chief Kyung-wha Kang, and Special Coordinator for

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