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Militants killed as Taliban groups clash in Afghanistan

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WASHINGTON - Dozens of insurgents have been killed in clashes between two rival Taliban groups in western Afghanistan, local officials tell VOA.At least 40 Taliban ...

Five month long war against pro-ISIS rebels ends in Marawi

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MANILA, Philippines - Ending the battle that has marked the country’s biggest security crisis in years, Philippines on Monday announced victory over Islamist rebels in Marawi City.Defe

Australia Joins Saudi Arabia and China on UN Human Rights Council

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SYDNEY - Australia has been elected unopposed to the United Nations' Human Rights Council, despite the U.N.'s consistent criticism of Canberra's policies on asylum ...

Rodrigo Duterte threatens criminals, will shoot them himself

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MANILA, Philippines - Philippines’ controversial President Rodrigo Duterte, who was forced to withdraw the country’s police force from dealing with the war on drugs - ...

Protests break out in Japan over fear of nuclear devastation

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TOKYO, Japan - With North Korea continuing to threaten nuclear war on the world - Japan, China and South Korea are feeling most vulnerable, causing ...

Egypt's forces hit by rockets, explosives in deadly attack

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CAIRO, Egypt - In one of the most deadly militant attacks targeting Egypt’s security forces, militants are said to have fired rockets and detonated explosives, ...

Could South Korea's new missile destroy North Korea?

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SEOUL, South Korea - A month after U.S. President Donald Trump pledged to remove restrictions on South Korea’s missile payload, paving the way for bigger ...

Two bombings on mosques in Afghanistan leaves dozens killed

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KABUL, Afghanistan - Two suicide bombings struck mosques in Afghanistan, with one gunman launching an attack at a Shia Muslim mosque in Kabul, and other ...

Philippines Declares Siege by Islamist Rebels Over in Marawi City

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The Philippines declared an end on Monday to five months of fierce urban warfare in a southern city held by pro-Islamic State militants, a battle ...

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Abe vows to deal with North Korea threat after easy victory

TOKYO, Japan - Enroute to a landslide victory, in which he is set to retain his two-thirds super-majority, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed to ...

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