there are growing international calls for a ceasefire in yemen and urgent aid for its people as the conflict intensifies. the arab coalition claims its airstrikes have made headway against houthi fighters. even so saudi arabia has reinforced its southern border with yemen, fearing attacks by rebels.
the president of liberia has called for stronger international action to bring ebola under control. ellen johnson sirleaf said the outbreak will leave a "lost generation" of young west africans. liberia, guinea and sierra leone have been worst hit. the latest figures from the world health organisation show the virus has killed more than 4,500 people there since march.
greek prime minister alexis tspiras was back in brussels on tuesday (july 7) for more emergency talks on his country's debt crisis.
president barack obama has urged palestinian president mahmoud abbas to take political risks in the search for peace with israel. his comments in washington follow similar remarks to the israeli premier two weeks ago.
on the eve of today's parliamentary vote on painful reform legislation stipulated by greece's creditors., prime minister alexis tsipras has defended the bailout deal struck at this week's emergency eurozone summit.
pope francis has called on people across latin america to use the gospel to unite our hopes, concerns, ideals and even utopian visions. speaking in the ecuadorian capital quito on tuesday (july 7), the pontiff praised the conviction and strength in what he called the cry for freedom during the region's struggle for independence against european powers two-hundred years ago.
despite us-led airstrikes on the syrian border town of kobani, kurdish forces are in desperate need of reinforcements as isil extremists continue their advance. there are calls for a humanitarian corridor to be opened between the turkish border and kobani to allow the wounded out and fresh supplies and fighters in. turkey has so far refused.
ukrainian opposition leaders are calling on the west to take action to stop the violence in the country. as they arrived in munich for the annual security conference, their message was that europe and the us should go beyond vocal declarations of support for anti-government protesters in ukraine - with measures that include sanctions.
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russian president vladimir putin has ordered his government to prepare retaliatory sanctions against the west.
the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has called an early general election months ahead of schedule.
ukraine has announced a week-long ceasefire in its battle against pro-russian separatists. on the interior ministry website, president petro poroshenko is qu...
under increasing pressure from international leaders russian president vladimir putin has called for a full investigation into the downed malaysian airliner.
the politically volatile indian ocean island of madagascar looks set for more uncertainty after the winner of the presidential election was challenged by the beaten candidate. the result of the first presidential election since a 2009 coup gave victory to that coup leader's chosen successor, former finance minister hery rajaonarimampianina. he has been given 53.5 percent of the december 20 vote.
russian president vladimir putin has called for dialogue between pro-russian rebels in eastern ukraine and the government in kyiv to protect people living near the conflict zone.
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migrants, including a pregnant woman and children, arrived in the ıtalian port of palermo in sicily on saturday after being rescued at sea the day before. the somali refugees are among at least 700 people due to arrive on saturday after being spotted on numerous boats. around 13,000 migrants have been rescued over the past week alone, with about 1,000 people drowning so far this year. immigration centres around italy are struggling to cope with the influx.
libya is calling for overseas help to fight fires burning at one of the country's main oil export terminals. a rocket attack by militants on christmas day set several storage tanks ablaze in the port of as sider. us firefighting specialists have been called in to assist. rival factions allied to the country's two competing governments are fighting for control of libya's main resources.
former french president nicolas sarkozy has come out fighting on french tv news to dismiss the charges of corruption facing him as “political instrumentalisation of the law”. he dismissed the legal process that saw him detained for questioning and placed under investigation as betraying a “will to humiliate” him, and a “political manipulation”. he is the first president of the fifth republic to be detained for a criminal interrogation.
the tunisian government has responded to the opposition protests that have gripped the north african country. the islamist ruling party ennahda has called for dialogue with its opponents to resolve the deadlock and form what it called a 'national unity government'.
israel is ignoring international calls for a cease-fire and appears to be broadening its assault on the gaza strip and its largest city. at least 500 palestinians have been killed.
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egypt's muslim brotherhood has called for "day of anger" protests following friday prayers, outraged at the death toll following the army's actions against it and its supporters.
charlie hebdo's front page drawing of the prophet mohammad has been condemned by religious authorities based in egypt. the islamic educational institute dar al-ifta, which issues religious edicts, called it an unjustifiably provocative act that would cause a new wave of anger.
argentina has reacted angrily to a us supreme court ruling which said it will have to pay $1.3bn to bondholders.buenos aires claims paying up will force it to default as it has limited funds.ratings agency s & p has already cut argentina’s credit rating by two notches to “ccc-” in the wake of the court’s decision.
burkina faso's president has rejected opposition calls for him to step down after a day of violent protests. blaise compaore said he would stay in power at the head of a transitional government until after elections have been held. he said he had dissolved parliament and was lifting marshall law that was announced earlier.
demonstrators gathered overnight on ankara's main shopping thoroughfare, tunali.
international support was shown in the ukrainian capital kyiv on sunday as demonstrators condemned russia's decision to deploy armed troops in the country.
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after a day of bloody violence in egypt, which left more than 100 people dead, tensions continued into the night in the capital cairo.
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russian armed forces are said to have taken weapons from a radar base and naval training facility in ukraine's crimea region, according to russian news agency interfax. the ukrainian government has now called up all military reservists. russian servicemen apparently urged ukrainian forces to side with crimea's 'legitimate' leaders.
france has called an urgent meeting of the un security council following the outbreak of violence along southern border of lebanon with israel. it comes after israeli forces were hit by missiles, claimed by hezbollah. israel responded by firing shells. military sources quoted in the spanish newspaper el pais said that the spanish un peacekeeper who died, was killed by israel's defence forces
yemen's foreign minister has called for military assistance from gulf arab states to stop the advance of shia houthi fighters into the south of the country.
the greek interior minister has appealed for calm as riots continue in athens and other cities.
there have been calls in australia by environmental activists for the release of two citizens who are being detained aboard a greenpeace icebreaker in russia.
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opposition parties in rome are calling on the city’s ruling administration to step down after a police investigation revealed a web of corrupt dealings between criminals and politicians. the mayor of rome has ordered a review of city contracts over the allegations. ıgnazio marino has denied any involvement himself after a photo was revealed showing him with one of the accused. 'i have never had any working conversation, nor any meeting with the person in the photo', said marino at a press conference. so far 37 people have been arrested including the former mayor of rome, gianni alemanno. italy is ranked as one of the most corrupt countries in europe according to watchdog transparency international.
officials from south korea have called on north korea to refrain from provocations.