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Mesut Ozil cites 'racism and disrespect' as he quits Germany

Football star felt he was singled out as scapegoat for World Cup exit due to Turkish heritage and Erdogan meeting.

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Iraq accused of abusing detained 'terror suspects'

Human rights groups also accuse government of unlawfully arresting and holding hundreds of protesters and activists.

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What role does Pakistan's military play in politics?

Pakistanis will go to the polls for a general election this week as the military is accused of meddling.

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Greenland villages face tsunami threat over giant glacier

A huge 11 million-tonne iceberg grounded just outside village of Innaarsuit could cause life-threatening waves, endangering the coastal homes of the town's 169 residents.

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Several dead in Kabul suicide blast as exiled VP Dostum returns

Afghan vice president unharmed after explosion hits while his supporters were gathered at airport entrance to greet him.

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Hundreds of White Helmets evacuated from Syria to Jordan

Israeli army takes volunteers and families to Jordan, from where they are expected to be resettled in Western countries.

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India: Village mourns death of man killed in cow-related lynching

Akbar Khan was beaten to death by a group of so-called cow vigilantes in Rajasthan state while transporting cattle.

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Pakistan election: Is Imran Khan's party on the rise?

Former cricket star's Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party is frontrunner in upcoming vote after ex-PM Nawaz Sharif was imprisoned for corruption.

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'Do not play with lion's tail': Rouhani warns Trump

Iranian president says US cannot prevent Iran from exporting oil, warns a confrontation would be 'mother of all wars'.

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Iran to US: 'You cannot provoke the Iranian people'

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has cautioned the United States against any attempts to foment unrest in the country.

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UN combats Bangladesh's leading cause of child deaths: Drowning

For first time United Nations hopes to raise awareness of problem that claims lives of approximately 46 people, mostly children, per day.

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