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20 Dec 2016
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the killing of Russia's ambassador to Turkey was a provocation aimed at spoiling Russia-Turkey ties and derailing Moscow's attempts to find, with Iran and Turkey, a solution for the Syria crisis.
20 Dec 2016
Ian Bremmer, founder and president at Eurasia Group, discusses the shooting death of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey in Ankara on Monday and relations between the two nations.
20 Dec 2016
At least nine are dead and 50 injured in what authorities say appears to be an attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.
20 Dec 2016
A man storms into a Zurich mosque and opens fire on people praying, injuring three.
20 Dec 2016
Turkish police gather at the scene in Ankara where Russia's ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, later died of his wounds after being shot in the Turkish capital.
19 Dec 2016
Thousands of traumatised Syrians leave the rebel enclave of Aleppo as the UN Security Council votes to deploy observers to the battered city to monitor the evacuations.
19 Dec 2016
Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov says Russian special forces have shot dead seven militants during a special operation on the edge of Grozny.
18 Dec 2016
Video released on the internet on Sunday shows buses burning on a road in Syria. Syrian state TV and a war monitor say several were attacked en route to evacuate people from the besieged villages of al-Foua and Kefraya.
18 Dec 2016
A suicide bomber killed at least 30 soldiers in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden on Sunday a week after an attack by the militant Islamic State group killed 50 troops nearby.
18 Dec 2016
Angels descend from the church tower during a Christmas market in Ustek, Czech Republic, in a traditional advent custom.
18 Dec 2016
Amateur video purports to show residents fleeing rebel-held eastern Aleppo under fire, despite an agreed upon ceasefire.
18 Dec 2016
At the final rally on his 'Thank You Tour', President-elect Donald Trump says he was joking when he said his supporters were 'vicious' and 'violent' before the election.

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