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British embassy worker found murdered

British embassy worker found murdered

A British woman employed at the UK embassy in Lebanon has been found murdered, a senior official said yesterday, adding that the crime did not appear to be political.

Heavy air pollution shuts schools in Iran

Heavy air pollution shuts schools in Iran

Iran shut schools around Tehran yesterday and cancelled sporting events as thick smog blanketed the capital despite curbs on road traffic and industrial activity.

Gaza restaurant offers North Koreans discount

Gaza restaurant offers North Koreans discount

A Gaza Strip restaurant is offering mouth-watering discounts to any North Koreans who might be passing by in gratitude for Pyongyang condemning the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. But restaurateur Salim Rabaa is unlikely to have to honour his generous pledge.

Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem: Erdogan

Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem: Erdogan

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed hope yesterday that Turkey would soon be able to open an embassy to a Palestinian state in East Jerusalem, as he again denounced Donald Trump’s recognition of the city as the Israeli capital.

Erdogan says Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem

Erdogan says Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem

Turkey intends to open an embassy in East Jerusalem, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday, days after leading calls at a summit of Muslim leaders for the world to recognise it as the capital of Palestine.

Saudi-led strike 'kills at least three Yemen civilians'

Saudi-led strike 'kills at least three Yemen civilians'

A Saudi-led air strike has killed at least three civilians in Yemen's Marib province, a local official said on Sunday, but a rebel news agency gave a higher death toll.

Heavy air pollution shuts schools in Iran

Heavy air pollution shuts schools in Iran

Iran shut primary schools in the capital and other parts of the country on Sunday due to choking levels of air pollution.

Libyan coast guard rescues more than 250 migrants

Libyan coast guard rescues more than 250 migrants

Libya’s coastal guard has rescued more than 250 illegal migrants trying to leave the North African country in small boats bound for Italy, officials said yesterday.

Call for protests against Pence’s Jerusalem visit

Call for protests against Pence’s Jerusalem visit

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah faction yesterday called for a massive demonstration next week to protest against a visit to Jerusalem by US Vice President Mike Pence after Washington said it would recognise the holy city as Israel’s capital.

Fatah calls for protests against US VP Jerusalem visit

Fatah calls for protests against US VP Jerusalem visit

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's Fatah faction on Saturday called for a massive demonstration next week to protest against a visit to Jerusalem by US Vice President Mike Pence after Washington said it would recognise the holy city as Israel's capital.

Palestinian billionaire Masri detained in Saudi Arabia

Palestinian billionaire Masri detained in Saudi Arabia

Sabih al-Masri, Jordan's most influential businessman and the chairman of its largest lender Arab Bank, was detained in Saudi Arabia for questioning after a business trip to Riyadh, family sources and friends said on Saturday.

Strikes, clashes leave 51 dead in Yemen

Strikes, clashes leave 51 dead in Yemen

Saudi-led air strikes have killed 28 Houthi rebels around Yemen’s west coast, medics and security sources close to the insurgents said yesterday, as government forces reported deadly clashes in the south.

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