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Russia’s warning: ‘Don’t play with fire’
SYRIA is a mess. The confusing chain of factional loyalties appear to lead in a never-ending loop.(image)



Teen girl who enraged a nation
SHE’S been referred to as the “new face of Palestinian resistance”, and compared to Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafzai and Joan of Arc.(image)



Heartbreaking truth behind these words
UNICEF has released a blank statement on the latest atrocity to rock Syria, revealing it has no more words left to describe the horror taking place across the country.(image)



Alleged stabber’s forbidden romance
BANGLADESHI police claim Momena Shoma had a forbidden romance with a now missing Islamic State extremist before she allegedly stabbed a Melbourne man this month.(image)



‘Greatest threat to our world’
ISRAEL has issued a direct warning to Iran amid mounting fears of a major new war in the Middle East.(image)



Islamic State’s ‘arrogant’ Aussie recruit
NEIGHBOURS have given a scathing account of Khaled Sharrouf, the Aussie who packed up his young family and travelled half way across the world to fight with Islamic State in 2013.(image)



Netanyahu slams Iran and Poland
ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed an international agreement with Iran on Sunday, saying it has emboldened the regime in Tehran to become increasingly aggressive in the region.(image)



Turkey denies gas attack in Syria
TURKEY has “never used” chemical weapons in Syria and accusations that it had done so during its offensive against a Syrian Kurdish militia are “baseless”, a Turkish diplomatic source said on Saturday.(image)



Syria to attack US troops: reports
THE United States is reportedly bolstering its defences near the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor as pro-Syrian forces mass troops and tanks ahead of a fresh attack.(image)



Allies rally around Netanyahu
ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to carry on overnight after police recommended indicting him on corruption charges, angrily dismissing the allegations and the critics calling on him to step down.(image)