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SDF forces 'cut key road' out of ISIL-held Raqqa

Major progress claimed in push to seize ISIL's de-facto capital along with the destruction of Euphrates River bridges.

Raqqa

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Protesters rally to save last green site in Lebanon's Beirut

Protesters in Lebanon are trying to halt the development of the last piece of parkland in Beirut.

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'Syrian' warplane crashes near Turkish border

Syrian rebel group says it shot down the plane but officials yet to confirm cause of crash in Turkish province of Hatay.

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Drone strikes kill suspected al-Qaeda fighters in Yemen

Raid in southern Abyan province came two days after intensive air strikes by US warplanes in Yemen.

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US delegation explores moving embassy to Jerusalem

Group led by Republican congressman learns 'first hand' what controversial move decried by Palestinians would mean.

US embassy to Jerusalem

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Report: More than 200,000 displaced by Mosul conflict

Number of displaced swollen by 45,000 who have fled city's west since push to seize it from ISIL began, says NGO.

Mosul conflict

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North Syria exodus as families flee assault on ISIL

More than 65,000 people have been forced to flee, according to the UN, as Syrian army makes progress on ISIL stronghold.

North Syria exodus

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Erdogan compares Germany rally ban to 'Nazi practices'

Criticism of move to block rallies of Turkish officials comes day after claim Germany is 'aiding and harbouring terror'.

Yes campaign

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UN delivers medicine to Yemen's besieged Taiz city

WHO says eight tonnes of aid delivered for first time since onset of war to hospitals in country's third largest city.

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Bahrain 'uncovers terrorist cell' plotting attacks

Chief prosecutor blames international group of 54 including nationals, Iranians and Iraqis, for killings of police.

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