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‘Bashir got $90mn from Saudis’

‘Bashir got $90mn from Saudis’

Sudan’s ousted president Omar Hassan al-Bashir acknowledged receiving at least $90mn from Saudi Arabia, a police detective told a court yesterday at the start of a corruption trial that many Sudanese thought they would never see.

Regime advance cuts off Turkish convoy in Idlib

Regime advance cuts off Turkish convoy in Idlib

A Turkish military convoy crossed into militant-run northwest Syria yesterday, its path blocked by advancing regime troops as tensions soared between Damascus and Ankara. Rebel-backer Turkey said its forces were targeted by an air strike, while the Syrian regime accused Turkish forces of backing

Kuwait Amir recovers from health setback

Kuwait Amir recovers from health setback

The Kuwaiti Amiri Diwan announced on Sunday that the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah recovered from a health setback and is in good condition now.

Three Palestinians dead after troop firing

Three Palestinians dead after troop firing

Israel said it opened fire on armed Palestinians on Gaza’s border overnight and Hamas’ health ministry reported three dead yesterday, the latest in a series of incidents along the tense barrier.

Car bomb kills Kurdish police officer in northeast Syria

Car bomb kills Kurdish police officer in northeast Syria

A car bomb killed a police officer and wounded two other people Sunday in the Kurdish-majority city of Qamishli in northeast Syria, police said, the second such attack in just over a month.

Israeli military fires on Palestinians at Gaza border, three killed

Israeli military fires on Palestinians at Gaza border, three killed

Israeli forces opened fire at a group of Palestinian gunmen as they tried to cross the Gaza border, the military said on Sunday and Palestinian health officials said three of the men were killed.

Tlaib’s grandmother has harsh words for Trump

Tlaib’s grandmother has harsh words for Trump

Sitting under an olive tree in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Muftia Tlaib scoffs at the attention she has recently received from the president of the United States. “May God ruin him,” she says.

Civilian death toll mounts as offensive in Syria widens

Civilian death toll mounts as offensive in Syria widens

Air strikes have killed more than two dozen civilians in northwestern Syria in the last two days in an escalation of a Russian-backed offensive against the last major rebel stronghold, a war monitor and local activists said yesterday.

Crowds fill Khartoum’s streets to hail ‘new Sudan’

Crowds fill Khartoum’s streets to hail ‘new Sudan’

As the crowd erupted into a thunderous roar to mark the signing of a declaration on Sudan’s transitional constitution, 19-year-old Ali broke into tears for his dead brother. “My brother was shot dead on June 3,” he said

Euphoria grips Sudan as transition deal inked

Euphoria grips Sudan as transition deal inked

Rapturous crowds filled the streets of Khartoum on Saturday as Sudan's generals and protest leaders signed a historic deal paving the way for civilian rule.

Civilian death toll mounts as Syrian offensive widens

Civilian death toll mounts as Syrian offensive widens

Air strikes have killed more than two dozen civilians in northwestern Syria in the last two days in an escalation of a Russian-backed offensive against the last major rebel stronghold ...

Syria regime strikes kill mother, 6 of her children

Syria regime strikes kill mother, 6 of her children

Regime air strikes on Saturday killed a woman and six of her children in northwest Syria, a war monitor said, a day after Russian bombardment pummelled a nearby displacement camp.

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