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Ahmad al-Rashid travelled from Syria to the UK in 2015, during which he hid in "freezing cold" lorries.
He says Turkey assured him it would no longer attack the Kurds, and an agreed ceasefire would last.
Mark Zuckerberg tries to reassure lawmakers about the safety of its new digital currency, Libra.
They demanded to see the closed door impeachment deposition of a Department of Defense official.
The prime minister's Liberal Party retained power in Monday's election but fell short of a majority.
The actress files a lawsuit alleging Harvey Weinstein and his team conspired to discredit her.
Aid groups warn of a humanitarian crisis in Bosnia, with people facing winter without proper shelter.
A ban on mahjong to curb illegal gambling in several cities led to panic on social media.
The small aircraft were being used to round up deer on a ranch when they collided in midair.
There are reports of splits over whether to call for an election or focus on getting a deal approved.
The removals come just days after his royal consort was stripped of her rank and titles.
Indian police hail the arrest of a man wanted for tiger and bear poaching after a years-long chase.
Researchers hope the study will steer work into why those with long-term health issues are affected.
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