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Iran getting new planes from Europe before US sanctions return

Five new aircraft from French-Italian firm ATR will arrive in Tehran on Sunday before August 6 sanctions deadline.

Tehran

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Trump moving to strip Palestinians of refugee status: report

US president's move to cut UN agency aid part of scheme to deny refugee rights to Palestinians, Foreign Policy reports.

Protests erupted in Gaza

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Thousands of Druze to protest against Israel's Jewish nation law

An estimated 150,000 expected to take part in demonstrations calling for equal rights for all Israeli citizens.

The Druze

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WHO calls for a ceasefire in Yemen to deliver cholera vaccines

Ceasefire called for days after aid organisation issues warning over potential for a 'wildfire' cholera spread.

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Saudi Arabia to resume oil shipments through Red Sea lane

Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih says necessary procedures have been taken by coalition's leadership to protect ships.

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Israel seizes aid boat headed for Gaza Strip, arrests 12 on board

Israeli Navy intercepts second aid ship in a week from flotilla aiming to break the devastating Gaza Strip blockade.

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China rejects US demand to reduce Iran oil imports: report

Bloomberg cites officials as saying that Beijing turned down a Washington request to cut imports from Iran.

Iran oil imports

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Pompeo meets Turkish FM Cavusoglu to seek pastor's release

US secretary of state defends Turkey sanctions while Ankara says threats and sanctions won't work.

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UN envoy to Yemen invites warring parties to meet in September

Martin Griffiths says proposed talks in the Swiss city of Geneva will lay groundwork for peace negotiations.

Yemeni civilians

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'It was a massacre': Dozens killed in Saudi air raids on Hodeidah

The attacks, which hit near the city's main public hospital, killed at least 55 and wounded 124, Houthi rebels say.

Yemen's imports

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Human Rights Watch wants international inquiry into killing of Mohamed Morsi supporters during sit-in protest in Cairo.

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