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China's foreign ministry added its support on Tuesday to calls for a ceasefire in Yemen, after Russia and the Red Cross appealed for a military pause to allow humanitarian aid deliveries and the evacuation of civilians.
Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a daily news briefing that China was deeply concerned about the situation in Yemen.
"We call on all relevant parties to quickly ...

Long delays in the publication of Britain's official inquiry into the Iraq war were unavoidable due to its complexity, the head of the inquiry, former civil servant John Chilcot, told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday.
Announced in 2009, the report investigating the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and its aftermath was expected to take a year but last month Chilcot said there was "no realistic ...

The United States and its allies staged 11 airstrikes near the Syrian city of Kobani, where Kurdish militia have been pushing back ISIS forces, and also targeted the insurgent group with six strikes in Iraq, according to the Combined Joint Task Force.
The strikes near Kobani, conducted since early Tuesday morning local time, hit 10 ISIS tactical units, destroyed three staging positions and a fight ...

The new head of the Congressional Black Caucus has pushed for a criminal justice reform months after the US police killings of unarmed black men and the prosecutors’ decision not to indict the officers.
Representative G.K. Butterfield believes that the current criminal justice system is "broken," saying that the black America is “in a state of emergency.”
“There i ...

Obama administration is mulling possibility of supplying arms to Ukrainian forces battling pro-Russian separatists.
The United States is reconsidering whether to provide weapons to Ukraine in its fight against Russian-backed separatists, a senior US administration official has said.
"It's getting a fresh look," the official said on Monday, referring to deliberations among Obama administr ...

PESHAWAR, Pakistan: Four Pakistani troops were killed when their vehicle struck a roadside bomb in a restive northwestern tribal area Tuesday, officials said.
The bomb exploded in the village of Warmagai in Kurram, one of the seven autonomous tribal districts bordering Afghanistan where Islamist militants rose up against the Pakistani state in 2004.
"At least four soldiers were martyred when ...

Israeli voters' security concerns have boosted Benjamin Netanyahu's popularity in the past month, helping him to skirt criticism of a widened rift with the White House as he aims for a fourth election success.
With violence on the Lebanese border and worries about Iran's nuclear program high on voters' minds, the conservative leader's reputation for being strong on security helped to raise his app ...

US top diplomat John Kerry has announced his refusal to meet with separatist leaders in eastern Ukraine. In the context of fraught peace talks between the warring sides, that’s an American green light for more ethnic cleansing of the pro-Russian population carried out by the neo-Nazi Kiev regime.
Kerry’s snub to the people of east Ukraine, who are fighting heroically for their politica ...

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has demanded the immediate release of all hostages currently held by ISIL militants operating in parts of Syria and Iraq.
On Sunday, the 15-member council said it demanded the “immediate, safe, and unconditional release of all those who are kept hostage” by the ISIL and other al-Qaeda-linked groups.
The UNSC also denounced a recently released ...

Junta-backed Thai PM Prayuth Chan-ocha says pipe bombs show continued need for martial law following last year's coup.
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha has ordered security to be tightened in Bangkok after two pipe bombs rattled a luxury shopping mall and stoked tension in a city under martial law since a coup last May.
Two people were slightly hurt but the blasts caused little damage on Sund ...

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