Africa
Fetullah Gulen at centre of coup, says Turkish premier
Binali Yildirim says military schools have been source for Fetullah Terrorist Organization

South Sudan rebels ready to take capital, leader says
Former Vice President Riek Machar calls for international intervention after renewed violence

UN envoy shuttles between Yemen rivals in Kuwait talks
A new round of UN-brokered talks between Yemen's warring rivals started in Kuwait on Saturday

Daesh bombing kills 60 in Iraqi capital
Daesh claims responsibility for the car bombing, which also leaves at least 100 injured

Syrian airstrike kills 16 civilians in Aleppo
25 others wounded as shelling hits civilian area in opposition-held neighborhood in Aleppo, civil defense source says

Bodies of 42 kidnapped fishermen found in Lake Chad
Bodies of hostages seized by Boko Haram last week discovered, Cameroon's army says

South Sudan health care system in crisis due to cuts
Britain, Canada, EU and Sweden cut drug aid in October 2015

UN: No Syria talks within 2-3 weeks
UN wants to see 'progress on the ground – particularly in reference to the cessation of hostilities and humanitarian access'

Cameroon's Quran teachers protecting pupils from radicals
Teachers at Quranic schools in country's far north tell Anadolu Agency about work to shield children from indoctrination