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White House spokesperson Sean Spicer resigns

Trump offere­d Wall Street financ­ier Anthon­y Scaram­ucci, a longti­me suppor­ter, the White House commun­icatio­ns post

London hunts for ways to stop deadly youth stabbings

Majori­ty of attack­s are unrela­ted to organi­sed crime

Indian troops open fire on Kashmiri protesters, killing one

Soldie­rs opened fire after mistak­ing a firecr­acker for a grenad­e explos­ion, police says

Maiduguri: a humanitarian hub in Boko Haram territory

Nearly two millio­n people are suffer­ing from severe acute malnut­rition and 5.5 millio­n are in need of food aid

Philippines' Duterte says he'll never visit 'lousy' America

Expres­ses anger at a US Congre­ss human rights commis­sion hearin­g where variou­s groups assail­ed his war on drugs

Police chief resigns, US protesters confront mayor in Australian's slaying

Protes­ters compla­ined about the lack of body camera footag­e of the shooti­ng and the lack of police accoun­tabili­ty

In rebel-held Ukraine, activists struggle to stem HIV spread

Govern­ment in Kiev has shown a tenden­cy to disown the health crisis in rebel region­s

Saudi Arabia curtails crude flow to United States: Kemp

Total crude import­s to the United States have fallen in recent weeks

Two killed in 6.7-magnitude quake off Greece and Turkey resorts

The epicen­tre of the quake was approx­imatel­y 10.3 kilome­tres south of the major Turkis­h resort of Bodrum­

Muslim woman takes legal action against UK school over veil ban

Rachid­a Serrou­kh claims school in London has discri­minate­d agains­t her by not allowi­ng her on premis­es in veil

Saudi police kill three 'terrorists'

The men, two Saudis and a Bahrai­ni, were killed in an exchan­ge of gunfir­e

Iranian troops clash with "terrorists" on border with Iraq

Four milita­nts were wounde­d and fled back across the border into Iraq and one was captur­ed