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World’s silence on Myanmar violence against Rohingyas ‘a portrait of shame’: presidential aide

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Erdogan calls on the international community to look at what is happening in Myanmar and to intervene in order to stop this humanitarian crisis. He asks the UN to change its attitude towards Muslim countries.



“Greater Serbia aggression” is a great lie – Dacic

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Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says the story about “the Greater Serbia aggression” on Croatia is a great lie. “None of you left from Serbia to do damage in Benkovac, Zagreb or other places. That is a big lie before which the international community should not close its eyes”, said Dacic.
He said that in the early 1990s more than half a million Serbs lived in Croatia, while now, 20 years later, there are only 180,000. “You have been expelled and driven out of your centuries-old homes, and before that, the international community must not close its eyes”, said Dacic.


Serraj appoints military chief of staff

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The Presidency Council (PC) has finally appointed a chief of staff to head the Libyan army: Major-General Abdulrahman Al-Tawil. Appointed head of the Temporary Security Committee in January last year, he has in effect been chief of staff ever since. There is, however, no coherent, structured or united Libyan army or airforce as yet for him to head. The Libyan navy is the only section of the armed forces that can be said to be operating under the PC’s command.


Iraqi army messages tell Hawija people liberation is imminent

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Iraqi army planes airdropped millions of messages on Islamic State-held town of Hawija, Kirkuk, on Thursday, telling them that operations to recapture the stronghold were nearing, military media reported.


U.N. casualty figures show conflict in Iraq killed 125 civilians in August

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Conflict in Iraq during the month of August caused the deaths of 125 civilians and injured another 188, the United Nations reported.


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