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Six months into a Saudi-led airstrike campaign in Yemen, nearly 30,000 people have been killed or injured.
On Wednesday, a U.S. official confirmed to Fox News that Cuban paramilitary and special forces units are on the ground in Syria, citing evidence from intelligence reports. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Cuban troops may have been training in Russia and may have arrived in Syria on Russian planes.
The U.S. official described Cuban's involved in Syria as similar to the "Cuba-Angola arrangement" -- a reference to Cuban troops operating on behalf of the Soviets in several central African countries in the 1970's. Cuba also sent troops to Syria in 1973 to support them in the Yom Kippur War against Israel and deployed officers to observe Israeli military tactics.
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Yemen's Shiite Houthi rebels have driven pro-government troops out of the southern Bayda province on Friday, after two months of heavy clashes that killed 550 fighters from the two sides, security and medical officials said.
Smartphone users can do "very little" to stop security services getting "total control" over their devices, US whistleblower Edward Snowden has said.
The former intelligence contractor told the BBC's Panorama that UK intelligence agency GCHQ had the power to hack into phones without their owners' knowledge.
A large cluster of objects in space look like something you would "expect an alien civilization to build", astronomers have said. Jason Wright, an astronomer from Penn State University, is set to publish a report on the “bizarre” star system suggesting the objects could be a “swarm of megastructures”, according to a new report.
An Indonesian volcano has erupted what appears to be electric-blue lava flows, as photographed by Reuben Wu. Although surreal, this bright blue coloration is a result of nothing more than a tweak of chemistry.
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has suggested the party could support some level of military intervention in Syria without the backing of the UN if Russia vetoes a Security Council resolution.
In a brief statement, the party leader said he “met with shadow cabinet colleagues today and [Shadow Foreign Secretary] Hilary Benn is setting out the position today.”
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Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Berlin on Saturday to oppose a planned free trade deal between the European Union and the United States that is claimed to be anti-democratic and to threaten food safety and environmental standards.
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The biggest Western complaint is that the Russians are bombing the wrong people. Contrary to American and European assertions, they are indeed bombing the “right” people — the troops of the Islamic State organization that Western air forces have been bombing for the past year. But the Russians are also bombing the troops of the Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham. They might even bomb the troops of the Free Syrian Army, if they could find any.
As many as 50 Labour MPs are prepared to defy the Labour Leader and vote for British intervention to the crisis, according to The Observer.
The news comes after Turkey scrambled F-16 fighter jets last weekend after a Russian MiG-29 crossed into Turkish territory near the town of Yayladagi, in Hatay province, close to the border with Syria. Turkish jets then escorted the Russian aircraft back into Syrian airspace.
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Impromptu protests began in Istanbul on Saturday evening in response to the Turkish government’s handling of a terror attack in the capital that killed more than 90 people. Hundreds of protesters chanting anti-government slogans gathered in the city, blaming the authorities for the twin bomb attacks that targeted a peace rally in Ankara earlier that day.
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President Obama is disputing suggestions that Vladimir Putin's military action in Syria reflects a challenge to American leadership in the Middle East.
"If you think that running your economy into the ground and having to send troops in, in order to prop up your only ally is leadership, then we've got a different definition of leadership," Obama said in an interview with CBS' 60 Minutes set to air on Sunday night.
No official explanation has been given as to why Twitter or Facebook are inaccessible, however Ankara has in the past resorted to blocking or slowing down access to the social media platform during security crises.
United Launch Alliance, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT.N) and Boeing Co (BA.N), on Friday said it cannot bid in a U.S. Air Force competition to launch a GPS satellite unless it gets some relief from a ban on use of Russian rocket engines.
ULA Chief Executive Officer Tory Bruno told reporters in Cape Canaveral, Florida, that the company was seeking a partial waiver on trade sanctions enacted last year which ban U.S. military use of the Russian RD-180 engine that powers ULA's primary workhorse Atlas 5 rocket.
The European Union has lifted sanctions on Russia's rocket fuel components needed for European space program launches, according to the document published on the website of the Official Journal of the European Union.
A week into Russia's military intervention in Syria, some top White House advisers and National Security Council staffers are trying to persuade President Barack Obama to scale back U.S. engagement there, to focus on lessening the violence and, for now, to give up on toppling the Syrian regime.
Other countries likely to follow the lead of top courts in US and Australia.