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Thousands demonstrate in Algiers

Thousands demonstrate in Algiers

Thousands of students, university professors and health workers rallied in Algiers yesterday calling for President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to quit, and a new group headed by activists and opposition figures told the army not to interfere.

Yemeni aid worker killed in port city of Hodeidah

Yemeni aid worker killed in port city of Hodeidah

A Yemeni staff member of Action Against Hunger was killed by shrapnel on the roof of her home in the embattled city of Hodeida, the aid group said Tuesday.

Islamic State loses big part of enclave, SDF sees defeat ‘very soon’

Islamic State loses big part of enclave, SDF sees defeat ‘very soon’

US-backed Syrian forces said they were close to capturing Islamic State's last territorial possession in eastern Syria on Tuesday after seizing the militants' camp at Baghouz ...

US State Department lauds Amir of Kuwait's role to reach solution for GCC crisis

US State Department lauds Amir of Kuwait's role to reach solution for GCC crisis

The US State Department praised the role played by HH the Amir of the State of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in reaching a solution to the Gulf crisis.

Hundreds protest in Sudan, keep up pressure on Bashir

Hundreds protest in Sudan, keep up pressure on Bashir

Hundreds of protesters, mostly students, took to the streets in and near Sudan's capital Khartoum on Monday, continuing a three-month wave of demonstrations that has posed the most serious challenge yet to President Omar al-Bashir's three-decade rule.

Israeli soldier killed in West Bank attack

Israeli soldier killed in West Bank attack

An Israeli soldier was killed and two other people were wounded yesterday when a Palestinian carried out a stabbing and shooting attack near a settlement in the occupied West Bank, the army said.

First Qumra Talk shines spotlight on diversity in storytelling

First Qumra Talk shines spotlight on diversity in storytelling

At the first Qumra Talk of the Doha Film Institute’s (DFI) six-day event designed to nurture the talent of emerging filmmakers, The Black List founder and CEO Franklin Leonard on Saturday underlined the importance of bringing new and diverse voices into Hollywood and the role that his

Protesters hold rallies for jobless Sudanese: witnesses

Protesters hold rallies for jobless Sudanese: witnesses

Crowds of protesters rallied Sunday in Sudan to show solidarity with the unemployed, witnesses said, amid an economic crisis that has fuelled months of demonstrations against President Omar al-Bashir's rule.

Syria force locked in battle with IS in holdout village

Syria force locked in battle with IS in holdout village

US-backed forces battled Islamic State group fighters yesterday as the holdout militants clung to the last dregs of their crumbling “caliphate” in eastern Syria.

Syria force locked in battle with IS in holdout village

Syria force locked in battle with IS in holdout village

US-backed forces battled Islamic State group fighters Saturday as the holdout jihadists clung to the last dregs of their crumbling "caliphate" in eastern Syria.

Turkey says two of its soldiers killed, eight wounded in northern Iraq

Turkey says two of its soldiers killed, eight wounded in northern Iraq

Two Turkish soldiers were killed and eight others were wounded on Saturday in a clash during operations into northern Iraq, Turkey's defence ministry said.

Dozens of strikes hit Gaza

Dozens of strikes hit Gaza

Israel said yesterday its aircraft had struck dozens of Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip overnight in response to rockets from the Palestinian enclave, including rare fire toward its economic capital Tel Aviv.

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