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Turkey: Another mother joins sit-in against PKK terror

Families stage sit-in outside office of opposition party accused by government of having links with PKK

UN: Syria charter meetings went ‘better than expected’

Meetings of Syria Constitutional Committee to resume in Geneva on Nov. 25, says UN envoy for Syria

Turkey: Ammunition for YPG/PKK weapons seized in Syria

Search activities in area of Turkey's anti-terror operation in northern Syria seize 285 packs of ammunition

S.Sudan: Amid delay in forming govt, leader urges peace

President Salva Kiir pledges to 'never return South Sudan to war' after accepting delay of 100 days past Nov. 12 deadline

Brazil: Lifting early prison rule may free ex-president

'Criminal conviction can only take place after all possibilities of appeal finalized,' says Brazil's Supreme Court

Iran downs drone over port of southwestern city

Sound of rocket firing heard by locals close to Bandar Imam Khomeini seaport in southwestern Mahshahr city of Iran

Passengers through Turkish airports up in October

Nearly 19.4M passengers traveled through Turkish airports last month, marking 4% rise year-on-year

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