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  • Pakistani authorities have carried out a campaign of abuses and threats to drive out nearly 600,000 Afghans since July 2016, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The returnees include 365,000 registered refugees, making it the world’s largest mass forced return of refugees in recent years. They now face spiraling armed conflict, violence, destitution, and displacement in Afghanistan.
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  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a event at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
  • Photo of a business located next to Our Place. You can see that barbed wire has been added around the shrubbery in an attempt to keep out the addicts who were using the bushes for nefarious purposes.
  • This documentary follows journalist Ben Anderson as he embeds with Iraqi fighters battling the Islamic State. He gains access to the three front lines in Iraq, where Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish forces are fighting for their lives. [01] Thirteen years later, Iraq has collapsed into warring states. A third of the country is controlled by ISIS, which has also taken huge amounts of territory in Syria. Anderson visits Russian military forces in Syria and meets captured ISIS fighters in Kurdistan.
  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during an event at the Center for American Progress November 10, 2015 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI
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  • A Yemeni army officer holds up his AK-47 during anti-government protests earlier this week. The Foreign Office said only a 'small core' of staff will remain in the country, and it urged other British nationals to leave (AP)
  • Shinzo Abe speaking today. Credit: APTN
  • The teenager, Nihad Barakat Shamo Alawsi, was taken to Syria and then to the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul in northern Iraq, she told an event in London on Wednesday. "They raped us, they killed our men, they took our babies away from us," Alawsi, now 17, said at the event organised by the UK-based AMAR Foundation, a charity that provides education and healthcare in the Middle East.
  • In many areas of Yemen, devastated by conflict, ongoing insecurity hampers WFP’s efforts to get food to the people in need. Photo: WFP/Ammar Bamatraf

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