Jet downing won't lead to war with Turkey – Russia

But the country's foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, called the incident a 'planned provocation'.

Palestinian shot after stabbing Israeli

Israeli medics said they were treating and evacuating to hospital a 20-year-old in serious condition with stab wounds to his torso.

Qatar considers family-only mall days to restrict foreign labourers

The idea is proving highly contentious and threatens once more to expose the 2022 football World Cup host's fraught relationship with its vast foreign workforce.

Brussels remains on highest terror alert as schools reopen

Metros had been closed since Saturday and gradually returned to service, but with many stops still shut to better deploy security staff.

Second Russian pilot alive under Syrian Army control: Orlov

Alexandre Orlov, Russia's ambassador to France said that the second pilot had managed to escape and was being brought to safety by the Syrian army.

Mental scars of war leave Ukraine troops battling suicide threat

Suicide is the main cause of non-combat losses in the Ukrainian army since the beginning of conflict.

US foreign arms sales surge as conflict fuels demand

"Projections are still strong," Vice Admiral Joe Rixey, who heads the Pentagon's Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), told Reuters in an interview late on Monday.

VIDEO: Chicago on edge as officer charged for black teen's death

Graphic video footage from a camera mounted on the dashboard of a police car and made public under orders from a judge sparked street demonstrations on Tuesday.


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Explainer: the Syrian war in one short, easy read

Who is fighting who – and why. Written by Julie M Norman from Queen's University, Belfast.

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