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ISIL militants burn 43 people to death in Iraq’s Anbar Province

Published on Feb 21, 2015 Around 43 people were burned to death by ISIL militants in the western Iraqi province of Anbar, as per a local security source. The individuals were believed to be local police and paramilita...

1 German killed in Philippines restaurant shooting

Published on Feb 20, 2015 A German national has been killed, and one Indian and one French man wounded, after a shootout inside a fast food restaurant in the central Philippines. Henry Haffner, a 31-year-old German to...

Turkey signs deal with U.S. to arm and train Syrian rebels

Published on Feb 21, 2015 The Turkish government has said that it will work with the United States to help arm and train Western-backed rebels in Syria. The training is expected to begin from March. However, there are...

Cyclone rips through northeastern Australia

Published on Feb 21, 2015 A cyclone packing heavy winds ripped through northeastern Australia on Friday. The storm damaged more than 550 properties and knocked out power to 60,000 homes. No casualties were reported. ...

Cricket is flourishing in Papua New Guinea

Published on Feb 21, 2015 The on-going world cup includes 14 countries but plenty more have ambitions to one day be involved.They include Papua New Guinea who only just missed out on qualification.Paul Rhys reports fr...

RAW: Massive fire engulfs Dubai Marina Torch residential tower

Published on Feb 20, 2015 A massive blaze has engulfed the ‘Marina Torch’ skyscraper in Dubai, forcing hundreds of people to flee the 336-meter-high tower – one of the tallest residential buildings in the world. It to...

E. Ukraine reeling from horrors of war after Kiev troops’ pullout

Published on Feb 21, 2015 As Kiev and anti-government forces in Eastern Ukraine prepare for heavy artillery withdrawal and prisoner exchanges, the residents of Debaltsevo, the hotspot of the recent fighting, have pluc...

Dozens dead in Mogadishu hotel attack

Published on Feb 20, 2015 Security forces have cordoned off the Central Hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu shortly after a suicide attack by Islamist militants. Police say at least 11 people were killed, includi...

Kyiv lights up in remembrance of ‘Heavenly Hundred’ who died 1 year ago at Maidan

Published on Feb 20, 2015 Shards of light stretched up into the sky in central Kyiv in honour of the more than 100 people victims, known as the 'Heavenly Hundred', who died during the bloodiest days of the Maidan prot...

ISIL may use Libya as doorstep to Europe, says analyst

Published on Feb 20, 2015 Around 50 people are now known to have died in three suicide car bombings in Libya. Fighters loyal to the group calling itself Islamic State (ISIL) have claimed responsibility for Friday's...

Gus Martin explains extremism and it’s root causes

Published on Feb 19, 2015 CCTV America’s Mike Walter interviewed Gus Martin, Professor and author of Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues about extremism and it’s root causes. Cate...

Greece, eurozone agree to extend bailout deal by 4 months

Published on Feb 20, 2015 Athens and eurozone finance ministers have struck a deal to extend the Greek bailout by another four months. RT's Peter Oliver has the details. Read More: http://on.rt.com/j3exuv RT LIVE h...

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