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Turkey and US agree on plan to remove YPG from Syria's Manbij

Ankara says NATO allies decided on a timetable and method for withdrawal of Kurdish fighters from the city.

Mevlut Cavusoglu and  Mike Pompeo

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Saudi Arabia issues first driving licences to women

Ten women swap foreign licences for Saudi ones, weeks before kingdom removes a controversial ban on female motorists.

women to drive

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Jordan sees largest anti-government protests in years

One of the most stable countries in Middle East is seeing growing frustration over tax increases and calls for the government to resign.

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Qatar state news agency's hacking linked to Riyadh

The hacking of Qatar News Agency's website on May 24, 2017 set into motion a major diplomatic crisis in the Gulf region.

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Jordan's King Abdullah to ask PM to resign amid protests: sources

Jordan's King Abdullah II expected to meet PM Hani al-Mulki later on Monday as protests continue over tax increases.

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Jordan PM Hani al-Mulki resigns amid mass protests over tax bill

Hani al-Mulki submitted his resignation after widespread anger over price hikes and income tax reform bill.

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GCC crisis at deadlock one year on

As Qatar maintains there is 'no legitimate justification' for blockade, GCC turmoil remains unresolved one year later.

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Jordan protests: What you should know

Government sees new tax law as important economic reform, but protesters say it undermines the poor and middle class.

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Protests against IMF-backed tax reform bill continue in Jordan

Demonstrators gather near the office of prime minister in Amman to protest against price hikes and tax increases.

people in Jordan's capital have protested

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Hudaida: Feared coalition attack 'will destroy Yemen's lifeline'

War-torn Yemen's third largest city, Hudaida, serves as the main entry point for about 90 percent of all food imports.

Hudaida

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United Arab Emirates officers tortured detainees in 18 secret prisons in Yemen, an AP news agency investigation finds.

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