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Pentagon: 'Unacceptable' if Kurds displacing local Syrians
Thousands of Syrian Arabs, Turkmens flowing into Turkey as Kurdish fighters conduct offensive against Daesh

Migrants still at sea as Thai navy mulls ending patrol
Report says trafficking boats carrying nearly 500 people -- mostly Muslim Rohingya -- remain in int'l waters near southern Thai town

Analysts: Regime turning into militia after losing 75 pct of Syria
Era of united Syria is something of the past, Syrian analysts say

99 trafficking victims found on Malaysian border: police
Police chief in northern Perlis state says exhumation of 30 skeletons brings number of bodies at gravesites up to 99

Living in the shadow of MERS
South Korean citizens move cautiously amid country's first outbreak of the often-fatal Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

Nepali architect rebuilding quake-hit traditional homes
Amid the destruction of Nepal's earthquakes, one man is leading a team to preserve a priceless architectural heritage

Turkey was Kobani's 'single lifeline'
Governor of Suruc looks back on support given to Syrian Kurdish town devastated by Daesh

Suicide bombing near Kabul Airport leaves at least three dead
Police say attacker targeted European Union Police Mission convoy

Iraq: Daesh kills 40 Iraqi security personnel in Ramadi
The casualties occurred when militants carried out suicide attacks on buildings of an operations command center and a military headquarters in the area.