International news updates on Sept 25

Washington, Sept 25: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk warned against West lifting sanctions on Russia. Follow more international news updates on Thursday, Sept 25.

7.36 pm: At least 38 people killed in bombings and clashes between forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and rebel factions on the outskirts of Damascus.

7.15 pm: Nine men, including a Pakistani- origin Islamist preacher, arrested by Scotland Yard on suspicion of being members of a banned organisation and encouraging terrorism in the UK.

7.00 pm: Nearly 100 Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Egypt handed down jail terms for upto 25 years after being found guilty of violence during protests supporting ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi.

6:30 pm: US and coalition warplanes are going for the wallet in ISIS attack in Iraq and Syria.

6:00 pm: Car bombs explode outside Baghdad hospital, killing 3.

5:35 pm: US, Arab allies try to sap ISIS by pummeling oil refineries.

4.50 pm: India to contribute USD 12 million to UN to fight Ebola

2:00 pm: West Africa Ebola death toll rises to 2,917 out of 6,263 cases, World Health Organization (WHO) says.

1:35 pm: UK Prime Minister Cameron: Parliament recalled to approve airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq.

1:10 pm: Oil refineries target of latest air strikes on Syria - 14 militants & 5 civilians killed, activists say.

12:50 pm: India's $74 million Mars mission cost less than 'Gravity' movie.

12:15 pm: French chef to re-invent Indian sweets 'Mishti Doi', 'Kulfi'.

11:55 am: American Matthew Miller starts North Korean prison sentence.

11:40 am: Majority of Americans believe third political party needed, says survey.

11:31 am: New Mexico dinosaur species has relatives in Canada.

11:05 am: Australia confirms deal to resettle asylum seekers in Cambodia.

10:45 am: Michelle Obama urges leaders to show courage in fight for girls' education.

10:30 am: Pennsylvania woman blamed for her own rape in state response to lawsuit.

10:00 am: Australia shooting: Teenage terror suspect "may not have acted alone", top police officer says.

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