Breaking:

  • North Korea: Rocket launch will take place between February 7-14 (Reuters)
  • Three British troops injured in operation against ISIS in Iraq (Reuters)
  • Yair Lapid calls for investigation of Balad MKs who visited families of attackers (Haaretz)
  • Guardian Council reverses ban on 1,500 candidates in Iran's parliamentary elections (AP)
  • Iran's Guard: Saudi Arabian troops would be wiped out if they went into Syria (Reuters)
  • U.S., China, Afghanistan and Pakistan launch new round of Afghan peace talks (AP)
  • Al-Qaida mourns killing of senior commander in Yemen (Reuters)
  • 41 killed, 26 injured in bus crash in Gujarat state, western India (DPA)
  • U.S. officials: North Korea preparing for rocket launch as early as Monday (Reuters)
  • 34 militant groups now allied to ISIS, UN chief says (AP)
  • Al-Qaida group claims kidnapping of Australians in Burkina Faso (Reuters)
  • 2 planes crash in mid-air above Los Angeles, plunge into ocean (AP)
  • Taiwan quake fells 17-story building, 123 rescued so far (Reuters)
  • Bahrain says ready to commit ground forces to Syria (Reuters)
  • Magnitude 6.7 earthquake hits southern Taiwan (Reuters)

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