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As U.S. Strikes Syria Prison Held by ISIS, Young Detainees Are Caught in Crossfire
Almost 700 child detainees are being held in the prison still under siege four days after ISIS launched an attack to free detainees
Ireland raises concern about Russian naval exercises within its airspace
The Irish Government has expressed concern about planned Russian Navy military exercises 240km off Ireland's south-west coast.
Biden accepts PM's offer, will visit Japan in the spring
President Joe Biden on Friday accepted an invitation to visit Japan in the late spring during his virtual meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, according to a senior administration official.
Biden accepts Japanese Prime Minister's invitation to visit later this year
(CNN)President Joe Biden on Friday accepted an invitation to visit Japan in the late spring during his virtual meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, according to a senior administration official.
If diplomacy fails with Russia, we all lose. Biden must not abandon talks | Chris S Chivvis
iden came to office aiming to focus his foreign policy on the needs of the US middle class.
UN chief: Over 12,000 detainees held officially in Libya
UNITED NATIONS - Over 12,000 detainees are held officially in 27 prisons and detention facilities across Libya and thousands more are held illegally and often in "inhumane conditions in facilities controlled by armed groups or `secret' facilities," the United Nations chief said in a new report.
Which of Johnson's colleagues will be first to publicly withdraw support?
If it is a political truism that a cabinet is all smiles when the ruling party is well ahead in the polls, it is equally the case that nothing highlights ministerial ambitions more than a vulnerable PM.
Hollywood stars back Emma Watson after Palestinian solidarity post
Major figures from the world of film, including Susan Sarandon, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Capaldi and Charles Dance have issued a statement in support of Emma Watson and Palestinian solidarity.
Novak Djokovic challenges Australian visa cancellation in federal court
Novak Djokovic is awaiting his Australian Open fate in a Melbourne quarantine hotel as the world No 1 mounts a legal challenge against Australia's decision to cancel his visa.
UK Border Force could strike over Channel refugee 'pushback' plan
Border Force officials could strike over Priti Patel's "morally reprehensible" plans to turn back dinghies in the Channel, a union has said.