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The International Committee of the Red Cross warned around 600,000 people could contract cholera in Yemen this year.

Shocking video footage has emerged appearing to show Yemeni militants, bearing the flag of the United Arab Emirates, beheading and executing detainees in the war-torn country.

Israel 'playing with fire' over Aqsa restrictions: Arab League

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Israel 'playing with fire' over Aqsa restrictions: Arab League

The Arab League has accused Israel of "crossing a red line" as deadly violence continues in Jerusalem over Israeli restrictions on al-Aqsa mosque.

Mideast Quartet 'strongly condemns' Jerusalem violence

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Mideast Quartet 'strongly condemns' Jerusalem violence

The Middle East diplomatic quartet, which includes the United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations, expressed concern over ...

Egypt sentences 28 to death over prosecutor killing

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Egypt sentences 28 to death over prosecutor killing

A Cairo criminal court has sentenced 28 people to death over the 2015 killing of Egypt's notorious head prosecutor, with the death penalty ...

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Palestinians killed in new clashes in occupied West Bank

Two Palestinians were killed in the latest clashes with Israeli forces over security measures at al-Aqsa mosque compound.

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Haftar's Libyan militia clash with rival factions in Benghazi

General Haftar Khalifa's self-styled Libyan National Army clashed with the last pockets of resistance in Eastern Libya's largest city as a power ...

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Yemen situation a 'shame on humanity': CARE

The head of anti-poverty NGO CARE International denounced the humanitarian crisis in war-torn Yemen, which is also suffering from a cholera ...

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Interpol searching for 173 possible Islamic State suicide attackers

Interpol released a list of individuals who have reportedly received special training on suicide attack missions, based on US intelligence ...

One dead, scores injured as Israel attack Palestinian protesters

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One dead, scores injured as Israel attack Palestinian protesters

One Palestinian has been shot dead and scores injured as protests erupted over new restrictions by Israel after police barred men under-50 from ...

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Protests after Israel restricts Palestinians from al-Aqsa Friday prayers

Protests erupted over new restrictions by Israel as police barred men under-50 from entering Jerusalem's Old City for Friday prayers.

Fatal clashes after Israeli forces attack Palestinian al-Aqsa protests Fatal clashes after Israeli forces attack Palestinian al-Aqsa protests

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Fatal clashes after Israeli forces attack Palestinian al-Aqsa protests

At least three Palestinians have been killed and hundreds wounded as protests erupted over new restrictions by Israel at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa ...

Saudi prince arrested after sickening abuse video

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Saudi prince arrested after sickening abuse video

Saudi Arabia has been rattled by a shocking video showing a member of the royalty family beating compatriots and threatening to kill one.

Yemen's children are suffering a man-made health catastrophe

Khalid Al-Karimi

Yemen's children are suffering a man-made health catastrophe

Comment: A deadly combination of cholera, hunger and child recruitment is plaguing the Yemen's future generation, writes Khalid al-Karimi.

Outrage over Canada compensating former Guantanamo detainee is misguided

Usaid Siddiqui

Outrage over Canada compensating former Guantanamo detainee is misguided

Comment: Omar Khadr was a child soldier at the time of capture, and as such as should be treated as a victim, writes Usaid Siddiqui.

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'Don't whitewash Saudi crimes against Yemen's children', charity warns

UN warned against setting a dangerous precedent by omitting the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen from a blacklist of children's rights violators.

Daoud Kuttab

Abbas seeks out Chinese support for Palestine

Analysis: China has historically been a friend of Palestine, but its economic initiatives require increasing cooperation with Israel, writes ...

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South Sudan clashes force patients, doctors to flee hospital

Patients and doctors at the clinic in the town of Maiwut risked being caught up in an army offensive closing in on the nearby ...

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20 Yemeni civilians killed in 'Saudi-led coalition' airstrike

At least 20 displaced civilians were killed in an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition in the southwestern province of Taiz, the UN and ...

Radiohead playing Tel Aviv: no worse than playing America

Sam Hamad

Radiohead playing Tel Aviv: no worse than playing America

Comment: Can Radiohead play in a country without endorsing its government? The answer is yes, writes Sam Hamad.

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Lebanon army to act against militants near Syria border

An operation is expected to launch against militants near informal refugee camps in the Lebanon's east, the prime minister said on Tuesday.

Sixth batch of Turkish troops arrive in Qatar

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Sixth batch of Turkish troops arrive in Qatar

A fresh batch of Turkish troops arrived in Qatar on Tuesday, to carry out joint training exercises as part of an Ankara-Qatar military agreement.

Saudi-led coalition blocks <em>UN</em> aid to Yemeni capital

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Saudi-led coalition blocks UN aid to Yemeni capital

The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen prevented a United Nations flight carrying aid agency staff from travelling to the capital Sanaa on ...

Sanctions on Qatar are backfiring… as sanctions usually do

Paul Iddon

Sanctions on Qatar are backfiring… as sanctions usually do

Analysis: Lessons from history are rarely learned, notes Paul Iddon.

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