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Holding firm, Kurds take a stand for Erbil

21 October, 2017

After capturing the city of Kirkul, Iraqi government fighters are driving deeper into Kurdish territory and look poised to make a grab for the KRG's capital, Erbil.

Kerry: Ending Iran deal will worsen North Korea standoff

20 October, 2017

Former US Secretary of State warns that scrapping the 2015 nuclear accord will ruin international trust in the United States.

Tunisia jails couple over 'naked public kiss'

19 October, 2017

Appeal case ends with reduced prison terms after widespread outrage at the 'naked' couple's earlier sentencing.

EU states demand Israel pay for demolished Palestinian schools

19 October, 2017

Eight European states are reportedly preparing to demand compensation from Israel for the demolition of schools that the international body built for Palestinians.

US presses UN to adopt Washington's stance on Iran

19 October, 2017

US ambassador warns UN about Iran's 'destabilising' actions in Washington's first public test of how international allies have received its decision not to re-certify the nuclear accord.

A Fatah-Hamas agreement in the shadow of Egypt

18 October, 2017

Comment: The latest agreement between Fatah and Hamas might have a better chance of uniting Palestinians through compromise, but significant obstacles remain ahead, write Leila Seurat and Mohamed Younis.

From Balfour to Boris: Britain's broken promises in Palestine

16 October, 2017

The long read: In its centenary year, Professor Avi Shlaim examines the impact of the Balfour Declaration and Britain's 'deviousness, duplicity and double-standards' in Palestine, writes Ben Clarke.

Malaysia rolls out red carpet for Qatari Emir

16 October, 2017

Sheikh Tamim is scheduled to meet Malaysia's prime minister and king, followed by a state banquet at the palace, in his second trip abroad since the Gulf crisis began.

Somalia's 'deadliest' terror attack kills 276, injures 300

16 October, 2017

Desperate Mogadishu residents searched for news of missing relatives after a monster explosion on Saturday killed at least 276 people and wounded 300 others.

EU ministers close ranks to support Iran deal

16 October, 2017

EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg on Monday give fresh backing to the Iran nuclear deal, which saw Tehran abandon its nuclear ambitions in return for the lifting of punishing sanctions.

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