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Turkey Vows Retaliation After Three Soldiers Killed in Suspected Syrian Airstrike

In September, three Turkish soldiers were killed and one was wounded during clashes with ISIL fighters in northern Syria. Media reports said Turkish AFAD emergency relief teams had conducted various tests on the affected rebels for traces of chemical materials at a hospital in Turkey's border province of Kilis.



Pakistan will not tolerate civilian deaths in Kashmir, prime minister says

Apart from Nawaz Sharif, the meeting was attended by his Foreign Affairs advider Sartaj Aziz, Director-General Inter-Services Intelligence Rizwan Akhtar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi and National Security Adviser Lt-General (R) Nasser Khan Janjua.


Colombian government, FARC sign revised peace agreement

Colombian government, FARC sign revised peace agreement

Timochenko said the deal was not meant to put aside ideological and political differences, but end the war, insisting: "Today Colombia puts down its weapons". About 800 people were invited to Thursday's ceremony in Colon Theatre rather than the 2,500 who attended the previous ceremony in the port city of Cartagena.



Key dates during the Fidel Castro era in Cuba

In April, Fidel Castro gave a rare speech on the final day of the country's Communist Party congress. Cuban-Americans have been celebrating in Florida after the death of Fidel Castro today Many Cubans fled their country after Castro's brutal crackdown on political dissent People in Little Havana in Miami drove up and down beeping their horns in celebration Cubans danced in the streets waving Cuban flags and chanting 'Cuba si! He also recalled a poem "presented" by him during an event ...



Fidel Castro dead at 90

Cuban revolutionary icon Fidel Castro died late Friday in Havana , his brother, President Raul Castro, announced on national television. As the world's longest serving dictator, he ruled Cuba for nearly 50 years before handing over power to his brother Raul.



Turkey slams European Union parliament vote to freeze talks as "narrow-minded"

The migrant numbers reaching the Greek islands have dropped since an EU-Turkey deal in March to curb the influx. The European Union should think twice about halting membership talks with Turkey, Croatian Foreign Minister Davor Ivo Stier said while on a visit to Slovenia, according to Reuters.