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Russian diplomatic staff leave Yemen's Sanaa

Decision attributed to situation in Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital facing bombardment by Saudi-led military coalition.

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'Mishandled explosives' kill 2 Palestinians in Gaza

Islamic Jihad says the deadly explosion near Beit Lahia in northern Gaza was an accident.

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Jerusalem as capital: All the latest

The decision of US President Donald Trump to formally recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel generated a series of reactions in Palestine and around the world.

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Doubts over impact of Putin's Syria withdrawal declaration

Russian leader's announcement of partial troop exit has little military significance and is about sending a political message, analysts say.

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UN: Syrian government 'agrees Eastern Ghouta truce'

UN envoy says Syria has agreed to Russian proposal for ceasefire in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta after days of bombardment.

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Hamas: Mossad assassinated Tunisian drone-team member

Hamas has blamed the Israeli national intelligence agency Mossad for the assassination of one of its Tunisian members after conducting an 11-month-long investigation.

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US arming of Kurdish fighters 'unacceptable'

The US announcement to supply weapons to Kurdish units in Syria is "unacceptable", Turkey's deputy prime minister has said in a TV interview.

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Egypt's Emergency Law Explained

Following Sunday's attacks on Coptic churches in Tanta and Alexandria that left at least 45 people dead and over 100 injured, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi declared a three-month state of emergency nationwide.

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Al Jazeera team in Yemen missing in Taiz

The Al Jazeera Media Network has called for the immediate release of an Al Jazeera Arabic news team who are believed to have been kidnapped in the city of Taiz in southern Yemen.

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Ahed Tamimi was indicted on 12 charges, including alleged assault, 'incitement' and past instances of stone-throwing.

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