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Turkey: Aid Trucks Enter Syria To Assist Aleppo Refugees

Aid trucks and ambulances entered Syria from Turkey on Feb. 7 to deliver food and supplies to tens of thousands of people fleeing the city of Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, Reuters reported. Read more…

North Korea: U.N. Security Council To Meet After Missile Launch

The U.N. Security Council is to hold an emergency meeting following North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket, officials said Feb. 7, BBC reported. Read more…

UAE: Leaders Prepared To Send Troops To Syria, Minister Says

The United Arab Emirates is prepared to send ground troops to Syria to fight Islamic State militants as part of an international coalition, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said Feb. 7, AP reported. Read more…

North Korea: Missile Launch Detected

North Korea has launched a missile, U.S. defense officials confirmed Feb. 7, Reuters reported. Read more…

North Korea: Pyongyang Moves Up Alleged Missile Launch

The North Korean government announced Feb. 6 that it plans to launch a rocket carrying a satellite between Feb. 7 and Feb. 14, according to the Japanese government, BBC reported. Read more…

Argentina: Government Makes Offer To Creditors

Argentina's government has offered to pay a total of $6.5 billion to the foreign holders of $9 billion in bonds, mediator Daniel Pollack said Feb. 6, AFP reported. Read more…

Pakistan: Suicide Bomber Attacks Quetta Military Convoy

A suicide bomber riding a bicycle attacked a government paramilitary convoy Feb. 6 in the Pakistani city of Quetta, the provincial capital of Baluchistan, killing at least nine people and injuring 35 others, witnesses said, Reuters reported. Read more…

Taiwan: Government Responds To Earthquake

Rescue workers in the southeastern city of Tainan are still looking through the remains of several apartment buildings that collapsed Feb. 5 following a magnitude 6.4 earthquake, BBC reported. Read more…

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