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Thousands flee as Iraqi forces attack ISIL-held Tal Afar
Iraqi security forces began the battle to take the city of Tal Afar from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
02:29Aug 20, 2017
War & Conflict
Lebanese army launches offensive against ISIL
The Lebanese army says it has killed 20 ISIL fighters while pushing the group out of an area on the Lebanese-Syrian border.
The army is targeting the group's positions in the country's northeast.
02:37Aug 19, 2017
US reviews war strategy for Afghanistan
President Donald Trump and his national security advisors meet on Friday to discuss US strategy for the war in Afghanistan.
02:29Aug 18, 2017
UN to include Saudi-led coalition on a child rights blacklist
A draft United Nations report says the Saudi-led military coalition is responsible for an "unacceptably high" number of child deaths and injuries in Yemen.
02:39Aug 18, 2017
Partition: Borders of Blood (Part two) - 101 East
Seventy years after the partition of India, we examine the troubled legacy of the event that shaped the subcontinent.
25:05Aug 18, 2017
Can the UN achieve peace in Libya?
The downfall and death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 was hailed as a victory for democracy by some in the international community.
25:30Aug 16, 2017
Colombia declares peace with FARC as weapons handed over
FARC rebels in Colombia have handed over the last of their weapons to the UN, eight months after a peace deal was struck.
01:42Aug 16, 2017
Who is to blame for the world's worst cholera outbreak?
It's been called the Forgotten War, but it has caused the largest single-nation, humanitarian crisis in the world. In the poorest Arab country, Yemen.
25:10Aug 15, 2017
South Korea's president says no war with North without consent
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in says there can be no US military action on the Korean peninsula without the consent of his government.
01:48Aug 15, 2017
Seventy years later: Kashmir remains a sticking point in India-Pakistan relations
Exactly 70 years after Partition and multiple wars, the status of Kashmir remains a major sticking point between India and Pakistan.
02:38Aug 14, 2017
Indian soldiers and rebels killed in Kashmir clashes
There are casualties on both sides after a day-long gun battle between Indian soldiers and Kashmiri fighters.
01:54Aug 14, 2017
Al-Shabab's Mukhtar Robow surrenders to government
Mukhtar Robow, a founding father of group, reportedly taken to Mogadishu after surrendering to government forces.
02:22Aug 13, 2017