Ankara/ Turkish artillery fire has killed 17 IS militants since the battle to drive them from the Iraqi city of Mosul began and four Turkish F-16 fighter jets are on standby to take part, Turkish Foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said yesterday. Calais/ Deep in the Calais “Jungle” migrant camp in northern France, hundreds of Oromo Ethiopians set up their own school. Vienna/ Russian Energy minister Alexander Novak said on Monday he plans to discuss the situation on the oil market with Opec secretary general Mohammed Barkindo. Seoul/ South Korean President Park Geun-hye yesterday proposed amending the constitution to allow presidents to serve multiple terms, saying the single-term presidency has served its purpose after nearly 30 years. Geneva/ Levels of CO2 have surged past an important threshold and may not dip below it for “many generations”.