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Israel: Palestinian Ahed Tamimi 'banned from travelling abroad'

The girl's father says he was told that he and his family would be barred from going on a speaking tour in Europe.

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Iraqi protesters set fire to Iranian consulate in Basra

Residents say they have been driven to the streets by corruption and misrule that allowed infrastructure to collapse.

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Erdogan calls for Idlib ceasefire at Tehran summit

In a three-way summit in Tehran with Iran and Russia, Erdogan says Turkey does not want to see a bloodbath in Idlib.

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Houthis will attend Geneva talks 'if demands are met'

Rebel group says it wants three guarantees from the UN before it will attend talks that have been postponed twice.

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Authors demand Bahraini king to ensure 'rights' for prisoner

Opposition leader Hassan Mushaima reportedly ill and stripped of books by Bahraini authorities, son says.

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Gulf states' defence budgets to hit $100bn in 2019: report

In the next five years, military spending by the six GCC countries is likely to reach $117bn.

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Iraq: Protesters torch government buildings in Basra

At least two people dead as protesters set ablaze government buildings, political party offices in oil-rich province.

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Israeli court rules to demolish Khan al-Ahmar village

Home to 180 Palestinians, village's demolition expected soon by Israeli army as rights groups denounce move.

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Javad Zarif: Trump to 'abuse' UN Security Council to slam Iran

Foreign minister accuses US president of planning to blame Iran for 'horrors US clients have unleashed' on Middle East.

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Iraqi authorities cancel planned curfew in Basra

Protests have raged in the oil-rich province of Basra for several weeks against poor services and lack of jobs.

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