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  • 14 September 2015 - Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General United Nations 14 Sep 2015
  • Yemeni forces seize military base in Saudi Arabia's Jizan Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- Yemeni forces have taken control of a Saudi military base in the southwestern border province of Jizan as part of retaliatory offensives against Saudi Arabia's ongoing invasion of their country.
  • Dempsey: 'Terrible Human Suffering' in Syrian Conflict AFPS 14 Sep 2015 -- The Syrian refugee crisis and the 'terrible human suffering' could cause Europe to become 'more involved in the Syrian conflict,' according to the top U.S. military officer.
  • Twin blasts kill 26, injures 70 others in northwest Syria Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- At least 26 civilians have been killed and 70 others injured in twin terrorist bombings in Syria's northwestern Hasaka City.
  • Syria, Hezbollah make fresh advances in Zabadani Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- Syrian army forces backed by fighters from the Lebanese resistance movement of Hezbollah have tightened their siege on the terrorists holed up in the key southwestern Syrian city of Zabadani.
  • No End in Sight for Syria War VOA 14 Sep 2015 -- In the immediate wake of the Iran nuclear deal there was a flurry of diplomacy involving Washington, Moscow and Tehran with talk that the time might be right to hammer out an agreement to end Syria's four-year-long civil war. But with renewed commitments from Iran and Russia to shore up President Bashar al-Assad there seems no end in sight for the ruinous war of attrition that has left an estimated 240,000 people dead.
  • How can Turkey protect itself and save Syrians? IRIN 14 Sep 2015 -- For four years Turkey appeared to be inoculated against the Syrian crisis. The violence that ravaged its southern neighbour was largely contained on the other side of the border.
  • Daesh forces Iraqis to pay $800 each to leave town Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- Members of the Daesh Takfiri militant group have demanded that the residents of a town in Iraq's conflict-ridden western province of Anbar pay hundreds of dollars if they wish to depart the area currently being held by the terrorists.
  • Pakistan airstrikes kill 15 militants in North Waziristan Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- At least 15 militants have been killed in the Pakistani army airstrikes in the country's North Waziristan tribal region, the Pakistani military says.
  • Vote limbo for Central African refugees IRIN 14 Sep 2015 -- Attempts to foster reconciliation in Central African Republic could be derailed if refugees who fled to neighbouring states after a 2013 coup are unable to cast votes in the upcoming presidential election, billed as a major peacebuilding milestone.
  • Did the Khmer Rouge commit genocide? IRIN 14 Sep 2015 -- During its short stay in power in the late 1970s, the Khmer Rouge killed about a quarter of Cambodia's population, but did they commit genocide? After four years of trying surviving senior leaders of the regime, a war crimes tribunal is only now attempting to answer that question.
  • Venezuela denies Colombia airspace violation allegations Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- Venezuela has dismissed allegations that its fighter jets had crossed into Colombia's airspace, accusing the Bogota government of 'inventing incidents.'
  • War of the Words: Colombia And Venezuela Quarrel Over Military Flyover Sputnik 14 Sep 2015 -- The Colombian defense ministry said it will lodge a complaint that military jets from Venezuela entered Colombian airspace; its neighbor denies the claim.
  • Two Ukrainian soldiers killed in troubled east Press TV 14 Sep 2015 -- At least two Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in fresh clashes with pro-Russia forces in the restive eastern part of the country, despite a new ceasefire in the conflict-ridden state.
  • Cameroon host to families fleeing Nigeria, Lake Chad basin – UN relief official UN News 14 Sep 2015 -- Families on the run often surviving brutal attacks in Nigeria are now threatened with the lack of food, water and deadly epidemics in neighbouring Cameroon, where they have sought refuge, the top United Nations humanitarian official in the region said today.

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