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Air strikes kill at least 20 in Syria's Idlib

Air strikes kill at least 20 in Syria's Idlib

Air strikes by Syrian government and Russian forces killed at least 20 people in rebel-held northwestern Syria on Saturday, activists and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

Death toll in shooting attack on Baghdad protesters rises to 16

Death toll in shooting attack on Baghdad protesters rises to 16

The number of deaths in an attack on a key protest site in the Iraqi capital Baghdad has risen to at least 16, witnesses said on Saturday, a day after the incident.

Troops briefly detain four Palestinian journos

Troops briefly detain four Palestinian journos

Israel detained four Palestinian journalists in Jerusalem yesterday for several hours over “illegal activity” connected with the Palestinian Authority, a police spokesman said.

Top Iraq cleric says no role in talks on new PM as protests persist

Top Iraq cleric says no role in talks on new PM as protests persist

Iraq's top cleric said Friday he was not taking part in talks on the country's new premier, as his supporters joined apprehensive youths still protesting in the capital despite widening intimidation campaigns.

Lebanon to convene talks on new PM on Monday

Lebanon to convene talks on new PM on Monday

Businessman Samir Khatib looks set to be nominated as Lebanon’s next prime minister when consultations with lawmakers to name a premier are held on Monday, political sources said yesterday.

After 20 years, Palestinian mother and son reunited

After 20 years, Palestinian mother and son reunited

Palestinian journalist Amjad Yaghi was just nine years old when his mother left the Gaza Strip on what should have been a short trip to Egypt for medical treatment. But until a joyful reunion this week, they did not see each other again for 20 years.

Car bomb kills two in northeastern Syria

Car bomb kills two in northeastern Syria

At least two people were killed yesterday by a car bombing in a town controlled by the Turkish forces and allied rebels in northeastern Syria, a rebel spokesman said. The bombing, the latest in a series of attacks in northeastern Syria

Iraq parties, allies debate new PM as violence hits southern cities

Iraq parties, allies debate new PM as violence hits southern cities

Iraqi politicians and their regional allies gathered in Baghdad yesterday to discuss how to resolve two months of protests that brought down the government, as violence hit southern cities.

23 killed in ceramics factory fire in Sudan

23 killed in ceramics factory fire in Sudan

Twenty-three people were killed and more than 130 injured when a fire broke out after a gas tanker exploded while unloading at a ceramics factory in the Sudanese capital Khartoum yesterday, the government said.

Iraq parties in talks over new PM amid unrelenting protests

Iraq parties in talks over new PM amid unrelenting protests

Iraq’s rival parties were negotiating the contours of a new government yesterday, after the previous cabinet was brought down by a two-month protest movement insisting on even more deep-rooted change.

30 killed across Syria as violence rages

30 killed across Syria as violence rages

Air strikes killed 19 civilians yesterday in Syria’s last major opposition bastion, the site of the deadliest clashes between regime forces and armed groups since an August ceasefire came into force, a monitoring group said.

Regime air strikes kill 10 civilians in northwest Syria

Regime air strikes kill 10 civilians in northwest Syria

Regime air strikes Monday killed 10 civilians in Syria's last major opposition bastion, where deadly clashes between regime forces and armed groups have escalated

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