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Kremlin says Putin 'fully mobilised' to tackle threat from Turkey


MOSCOW President Vladimir Putin is fully mobilised to tackle what the Kremlin regards as an unprecedented threat from Turkey following the shooting down of one of its warplanes by a Turkish F-16, the Russian leader's spokesman said on Saturday.

Britain's Labour should allow MPs free vote on Syria - Corbyn ally

LONDON A top official in Britain's opposition Labour Party said its lawmakers should be allowed a free vote on taking military action against Islamic State in Syria, after reports that some of his colleagues might quit if forced to vote against bombing.

UK, Syria 11:56am GMT

Suspected jihadists kill three at U.N. base in north Mali

BAMAKO The United Nations said unknown attackers fired rockets at a U.N. peacekeeping base in Kidal in northern Mali on Saturday, killing three people inside, in the latest sign that the West African country's Islamist insurgency is intensifying.

World, Africa, Mali 12:04pm GMT

Top Kurdish lawyer shot dead in southeast Turkey

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey A prominent Kurdish lawyer and rights activist was shot in the head and killed in a street shootout in Turkey's troubled southeast on Saturday, much of the event captured on camera and broadcast around the world.

4:20pm GMT

Turkey's Erdogan sees Paris climate summit as chance to mend ties with Russia

ISTANBUL Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday the climate change summit in Paris next week could be a chance to repair relations with Moscow after Turkey shot down a Russian jet near the Syrian border on Tuesday.

2:55pm GMT

North Korea tested submarine-launched missile, but launch failed - report

SEOUL North Korea appeared to conduct a submarine-launched ballistic missile test on Saturday but it ended in failure with no indication that the missile successfully ejected from the vessel and took off, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.

11:15am GMT

Detained journalists urge EU not to compromise with Turkey over human rights

ANKARA Two Turkish journalists arrested this week over their reports about arms supplies to Syria urged the European Union not to compromise on human rights and freedoms as it seeks an agreement with Turkey to help stem flows of migrants to Europe.

World, Syria, Middle East 3:58pm GMT

Europe needs U.S.-style bureau to tackle guns: experts

PARIS If you're not a hunter or a target shooter, it's nearly impossible to buy a gun legally in France. But the country's strict gun control laws are not enough to keep deadly weapons out of the hands of Islamist militants.

10:11am GMT

Pope Francis visits Ugandan shrine amid gay rights debate

NAMUGONGO, Uganda Pope Francis travelled to Uganda's holiest shrine on Saturday, paying tribute to 19th century Christian martyrs killed for their faith, including for protecting young boys in the royal court from abuse by the king.

World, Pope Francis 4:19pm GMT

Police, migrants clash on Macedonia border; soldiers build fence

IDOMENI, Greece Police in Macedonia fired tear gas and stun grenades at desperate migrants stranded for days at the Greek border and who are demanding passage to western Europe, as soldiers began erecting a metal fence to keep them out.

2:23pm GMT
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