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Erdogan and UN warn of human catastrophe in Idlib

Turkish leader urges world to stop Syrian army attacks on Idlib, as UN says 30,000 have been already displaced there.

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Saudi Arabia arrests man over 'offensive' breakfast with woman

Egyptian man charged with failing to abide by gender laws after video showing him being fed bread by a woman goes viral.

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Trump administration announces closure of Washington PLO office

Palestinians decry US administration's decision as 'a declaration of war' on efforts to bring peace.

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In Basra, PM Abadi condemns 'unacceptable' Iran consulate attack

Protests demanding jobs and an end to corruption broke out in July in Basra before spreading to other parts of Iraq.

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Hunger as a weapon 'on the rise' in warzones

One child a minute could die of malnutrition without treatment in world's 10 worst conflict areas, Save the Children reports.

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YouTube shuts down pro-Syrian government channels

Video streaming giant appeared to suspend the accounts of SANA, the Ministry of Defence, and the Syrian Presidency.

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Iranian Guards claims missile attack on Kurdish rebels in Iraq

At least 11 people were killed and dozens wounded in Saturday's cross-border attack on Kurdish rebels in Iraq.

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'Dozens killed' in Hodeidah attacks after peace talks collapse

Fears of escalation after UN-sponsored peace talks between Yemen's government and Houthi rebels are abandoned in Geneva.

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Iraq: Calm returns to Basra after week of violent protests

Security reinforcements sent from Baghdad have stabilised the city after weeks-long protests turned violent last week.

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Saudi king's brother 'considers exile' after Yemen war criticism

Senior royal Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz said King Salman and his crown prince were responsible for the war in Yemen.

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