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  • Syria’s war: Geneva talks end with little progress

    Talks in Geneva to find a solution to the six-year war in Syria have ended with little sign of progress. The negotiations have been overshadowed by a US air strike that targeted pro-government forces, killing at least eight people.

    Syria’s war: Geneva talks end with little progress
    Syria’s war: Geneva talks end with little progress

    Talks in Geneva to find a solution to the six-year war in Syria have ended with little sign of progress. The negotiations have been overshadowed by a US air strike that targeted pro-government forces, killing at least eight people.

    02:25May 20, 2017

  • 101 East - Afghanistan: Asylum Denied promo

    As Europe deports tens of thousands of Afghans, they are returning home to a country besieged by poverty and an intensifying war.

    101 East - Afghanistan: Asylum Denied promo
  • Syrians' suffering persists after returning to former ISIL-held town

    US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, a coalition of armed groups, are closing in on the ISIL stronghold of Raqqa about a week after they captured the strategic town of Tabqa.

    Syrians' suffering persists after returning to former ISIL-held town
  • Afghanistan: ISIL claims attack on Jalalabad TV station

    ISIL has claimed responsibility for on a TV station in Afghanistan that killed at least six people. At least 24 people were injured, many of them journalists, after the Radio Television Afghanistan building was attacked in Jalalabad.

    Afghanistan: ISIL claims attack on Jalalabad TV station
  • Ivory Coast mutiny: Deal reached with soldiers

    Soldiers in Ivory Coast have accepted a deal with the government to end a five-day mutiny. An estimated 80,000 soldiers were demanding better pay and bonuses.

    Ivory Coast mutiny: Deal reached with soldiers
  • Syrians talks resume in Geneva on de-escalation zones

    A new round of Syria talks is under way in Geneva, where one of the major issues being discussed is a plan by Russia, Turkey and Iran to set up so-called de-escalation zones.

    Syrians talks resume in Geneva on de-escalation zones