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(Reuters) - President Barack Obama knocked Republican presidential candidates for anti-Muslim rhetoric and accused critics on Tuesday of playing into the hands of Islamic State in a speech aimed at setting an optimistic tone for his last year in office.
SEOUL (Reuters) - China should play a key and proper role in response to North Korea's fourth nuclear test as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, South Korean President Park Geun-hye said on Wednesday.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A suicide bomber thought to have crossed recently from Syria killed at least 10 people, most of them German tourists, in Istanbul's historic heart on Tuesday, in an attack Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu blamed on Islamic State.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Tuesday's deadly bomb attack in Istanbul confirms the need for countries to urgently join forces to battle terrorism, Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom called on Tuesday for an investigation to determine whether Israel was guilty of extrajudicial killings of Palestinians during recent violence there, local media reported.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani paramilitary force raided the home of the New York Times' national correspondent on Tuesday in what officials called a routine search operation for a terrorism suspect.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Nearly one-in-ten Turks do not regard Islamic State as a terrorist organisation, and more than 5 percent agree with their actions, according to a new survey published on Tuesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal said on Tuesday that it was necessary to continue to fight "terrorism" in all its forms and he said his country would fight Islamic State resolutely to ensure greater security.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was very worried that German citizens might be among the victims and the wounded in an explosion in Istanbul that killed at least ten people earlier on Tuesday.