The Turkish-Greek "Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus" is trying to account for people missing since the country’s civil war. Over 2,000 bodies were disposed of on the island during the conflict between Turkish and Greek Cypriots.
A recent World Bank report has claimed the Libyan economy is "near collapse" due to inflation and lack of oil production. What are Libya's economic challenges and do Western countries harbor any responsibility to help?
Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says Turkey and Saudi Arabia have an ulterior motive to send troops to Syria. He claims that instead of fighting "Islamic State," they want to "gain a foothold in the country."
David Cameron says the Paris attacks have bolstered the case for Britain to join airstrikes in Syria, after visiting Francois Hollande. UK jets are only striking "Islamic State" targets in Iraqi territory at the moment.
Angela Merkel travels to Turkey on Sunday - with an agenda that couldn't be more controversial, as the refugee crisis is at the very top. Talks will take place under difficult conditions.
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