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'I don't trust anyone': The British women who married IS jihadis
Reema Iqbal is talking to us from behind the plastic sheeting which marks the tented area which is now her home in Roj camp in northeast Syria.
Militants using civilians as human shields delay capture of final IS enclave Baghuz
Hundreds of civilians still living in Islamic State's final enclave have emerged and are being used as human shields - forcing US-backed troops to delay capturing the village.
India vows 'crushing response' as Kashmir bombing leaves at least 41 soldiers dead
India's prime minister has warned Pakistan of a "crushing response" to a suicide bombing that left at least 41 soldiers dead in Kashmir.
Trump signs bill to avert shutdown - but national emergency for Mexico wall funding stays
Donald Trump has signed legislation to avert another government shutdown after announcing a national emergency at the US-Mexico border in an attempt to get funding for his wall.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders interviewed in Russia probe
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has been questioned by the special counsel investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Five dead and several officers wounded in mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois
A gunman has killed five people and shot and wounded several police officers at a warehouse near Chicago.
Mount Everest base camp in Tibet closed by China to tourists over rubbish
Tourists have been barred from Mount Everest's base camp in Tibet because of the amount of rubbish being dumped.
Paul Manafort faces more than 19 years in prison - US court filing
Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort could spend more than 19 years in prison after being found guilty of tax and bank fraud charges.
Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez calls snap election after budget vote defeat
Spain will go the polls on 28 April after Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez called a snap national election following defeat in a key budget vote.
21 Savage says he was 'definitely targeted' during US arrest
UK-born rapper 21 Savage was held at a US detention centre so that the Trump administration could send a message on immigration, his lawyer has claimed.
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