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VIDEO: A history of calling Obama a Muslim September 18, 2015
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VIDEO: Stars of the Frankfurt Motor Show September 18, 2015
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VIDEO: Pianist of Yarmouk's journey to Europe September 18, 2015
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VIDEO: Pressure on Zagreb reception centres September 18, 2015
The BBC's Christian reports from one of the registration centres in and around the Croatia capital Zagreb.
VIDEO: Trump laughs off Obama 'Muslim' question September 18, 2015
Donald Trump is criticised for failing to correct a supporter who said US President Barack Obama was a Muslim and "not even an American".
VIDEO: Turkey-PKK conflict 'escalating fast' September 18, 2015
The number of policemen and soldiers who have been killed in Turkey since a ceasefire with Kurdish militant group the PKK broke down in July, has risen to more than 120.
VIDEO: German town 'running out of room' for migrants September 18, 2015
The BBC's Jenny Hill reports from the town of Rosenheim in Germany, where giant tents are being constructed to accommodate asylum seekers.
VIDEO: Waxworks unveiled of F1 stars Vettel and Hamilton September 18, 2015
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VIDEO: Motor racing hopeful, but no driving licence September 17, 2015
Kenyan Tejas Hirani has won 48 motor-racing championships despite being just 17 and not yet having a driving licence.
– THE REGIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST ISIS
The handover, initiated last year, was approved by Washington, which provided mechanical overhauls for the aircraft before they were incorporated free of charge in Jordan’s existing Cobra
Israel originally had two Cobra squadrons – each consisting of around 30 of the aircraft, which are designed to back ground troops with aerial surveillance as well as machine gun and rocket fire, and to be nimble enough to elude surface-to-air The Jordanian air force has already 25 Cobras in service,
Israel has pledged to step in should Amman be threatened by Islamic State or other insurgents rampaging elsewhere in the Middle East. It also help Egypt with intelligence and other means against ISIS affiliated groups in Sinai Peninsula .
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