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Afghans vote in shadow of violence
Voting in the Afghan presidential election has seen a low turnout and violence
Afghans vote amid sporadic violence
Low turnout has been reported due to security concerns following bomb attacks
Austria votes in snap election after video sting row
Austrians are voting after a scandal caused the previous coalition to collapse.
Swiss auction off supercars of Equatorial Guinea leader’s son
Supercars confiscated from the vice president of Equatorial Guinea have been auctioned.
Saudi crown prince warns of 'Iran threat' to global oil
Mohammed bin Salman warns oil prices may soar if a conflict with Iran escalates
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China prepares to mark 70th anniversary of Communist Party rule
Show of pageantry & military might in Beijing but violent protests continue in Hong Kong
Hong Kong protesters hit the streets as China marks 70th anniversary
Police have shot a protester in Hong Kong with live ammunition, during violent clashes
China's president leads ceremonies to mark 70 years of Communist Party rule
President Xi Jinping tells crowds: 'No force can stop China's onward march'
UK Announces Brexit Compromise Proposal
UK Prime Minister says proposal respects Irish peace agreement and allows UK to leave EU.
British Government Publishes New Brexit Proposals
The European Commission said there had been progress but "problems" remained
Brexit: EU ‘very sceptical’ of latest UK plan
The British PM says his Brexit proposal is a “genuine attempt to bridge the chasm”
US President urges Ukraine and China to probe Bidens
US President Donald Trump calls on another country to investigate Joe Biden and his son.
Ukraine: New diplomatic messages revealed
New texts reveal US officials' desire to have Ukraine's president investigate Trump rival
Trump 'unsure' if he'll cooperate on impeachment
President Trump would not confirm if he will cooperate with an impeachment investigation
Hong Kong: Transport paralysed in clampdown on rioters
Hong Kong suspends metro system and closes banks after violent protests
Ethiopia's Oromos celebrate thanksgiving in the capital
Oromo people celebrate Irreecha in Addis Ababa for the first time in more than a century.
Do Iraqis reject their political system?
Iraqi cabinet promises reforms but many want to end their current political system
Trump / Ukraine: second whistleblower emerges
A second person comes forward in US impeachment case, according to lawyers
Trump makes way for Turkey operation against Kurds in Syria
The US says it is stepping aside for a Turkish operation against Kurdish forces in Syria
Trump threatens Turkey after US troops pullout
Turkey-Syria border: President Trump threatens to 'obliterate' Turkish economy
Turkey prepares for military operation in Syria
A report from the border following the US announcement it is withdrawing from the region
Turkey 'ready for operation' in Syria as Trump defends US pullout
Militia commander says it will attack Turkish forces if they enter Syria
Turkey boosts troops to enter Syria
Turkey prepares its offensive as President Trump denies abandoning Kurdish allies
Turkey Syria offensive sees heavy fighting
Turkish forces step up air strikes in their offensive into Kurdish-held Syria
Turkey attacks Northern Syria
Turkish forces have captured towns and villages in Kurdish-controlled northern Syria
Ethiopia's prime minister Abiy Ahmed wins Nobel Peace Prize
Abiy Ahmed wins Nobel Peace Prize for ending a twenty-year conflict with Eritrea
Turkey's Syria offensive: 100,000 flee
UN says 100,000 have fled the Turkish offensive in north-eastern Syria
Fierce battle rages over Syrian border town
The Turkish military and the Kurdish forces are engaged in heavy clashes in Ras al-Ain
Kurdish-led forces: 'US has moral obligation to protect us'
Kurdish-led forces say the US has a moral obligation to protect them from Turkish assault
IS Families Escape from Syrian Camp
Turkish incursion causes IS fighters' families to escape from Syrian camp.
US forces withdraw as Turkey advances in northern Syria
The US plans to evacuate 1,000 troops from northern Syria as Turkey military advances
Spain court gives Catalan leaders long jail terms
Thousands of protesters take to the streets after leaders get jail terms for sedition
Syrian army head north amid Turkish advance
Turkey-Syria offensive: Syrian army heads north after Kurdish deal
Ukraine's Foreign Minister: 'Trump did not tell Zelensky to investigate Biden'
Vadym Prystaiko "There was no direct link, it was not directly said by President Trump"
Kurds celebrate as Assad government gains in Syria
Kurdish forces have struck a deal with Damascus to fight off Turkish offensive.
Hong Kong's Carrie Lam abandons speech after protests
Carrie Lam is forced to suspend her annual address after being heckled in parliament
US sends mixed messages on Turkey's offensive in northern Syria
President Trump now says Turkey's invasion of Syria is not America's problem
Draft Brexit deal agreed
The EU and the UK have agreed a Brexit deal, but the DUP have refused to support it
New Brexit deal agreed by EU and UK
Brexit: Johnson 'very confident' MPs will back deal
Strike action following Catalonia protests
Protesters in Catalonia call a general strike after separatist leaders jailed
Sporadic clashes in Barcelona protests
Violence breaks out at a largely peaceful protest against jailing of nine Catalan leaders
British Parliament considers new Brexit deal
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says today is an opportunity to resolve Brexit.
UK MPs vote for Brexit delay
UK parliament votes to hold off approval for the prime minister's new Brexit deal
EU considers Brexit extension request
Latvia's foreign minister says EU27 will grant technical extension for an orderly Brexit
Street protests in Lebanon yield results
Lebanese government concedes to economic reform following nationwide protests
‘We are at war’: Chile’s president extends state of emergency after deadly riots
Protesters and security forces clashed for a third day in Santiago
Chile protests take deadly toll
The number of people killed in protests against rising living costs in Chile rises to 11
Leaders of Russia and Turkey meet in Sochi
It's thought Mr Putin may urge Turkey to communicate with Syria's President Assad