Japan condemns apparent IS execution, demands hostage release
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday called the apparent killing of a Japanese captive by Islamic State militants "outrageous and impermissible," and again called for the group to release a second Japanese national they are ...
Japan calls apparent ISIS execution of hostage 'outrageous and impermissible'
ISIS Claims It Executed Haruna Yukawa, One of Two Japanese Hostages
Abe 'speechless' after video claims IS hostage dead
In Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels launch new offensive in port city of Mariupol
MOSCOW — The key port city of Mariupol became the latest flash point of rapidly intensifying hostilities in eastern Ukraine on Saturday, as a barrage of rocket fire struck the area, killing dozens of civilians, and pro-Russian rebels announced a push toward the ...
Ukraine separatist leader claims attack on city of Mariupol
Russian troops support rebel offensive in Ukraine, NATO says
UN sidelined again as Ukraine claims 30 dead in rebel attack on port
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Boko Haram releases about 190 people in Nigeria's Yobe state
BAUCHI, Nigeria (Reuters) - Nigerian Sunni jihadist group Boko Haram released about 190 captives, who returned to their community in the northeast state of Yobe between Friday and Saturday, while other people were still being held, local and state officials ...
Boko Haram Frees 192 People Held in Northeast Nigeria: Sources
President In Maiduguri Promises $1bn For Boko Haram Victims
Boko Haram will be flushed out soon
Spanish police arrest 4 suspected jihadis
MADRID (AP) — Spanish National Police arrested four suspected jihadis Saturday in the country's North African enclave of Ceuta who allegedly had formed a terror cell and were ready to carry out an attack, the Interior Ministry said. Interior Minister Jorge ...
Morocco seizes 24 tonnes of hashish after Spain busts ring
Spain arrests four suspected jihadists
4 alleged jihadists arrested in Ceuta, Spain
Alberto Nisman's mysterious death haunts a president haunted
IT started with a dead man in a bathroom, a locked door and a gun. The sinister death of a prominent Argentine prosecutor in his Buenos Aires home has provoked such a furore of conspiratorial conjecture that one local newspaper grumbled: “Everyone is ...
Reporter covering prosecutor's death leaves Argentina
Alberto Nisman, Argentine prosecutor due to testify against president, shot point ...
Journalist who reported suspicious death of prosecutor set to accuse Argentine ...