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Lebanon believes Hariri held in Saudi Arabia: official

Lebanon believes Hariri held in Saudi Arabia: official

Saad al-Hariri resigned as prime minister on Saturday in a shock declaration read from Saudi Arabia, pitching Lebanon into deep political crisis.

Netanyahu to be grilled again in graft probe

Netanyahu to be grilled again in graft probe

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was set to be questioned by police on Thursday in connection with two separate investigations into alleged corruption, media reports said.

Hamas must disarm: Palestine police chief

Hamas must disarm: Palestine police chief

The head of the Palestinian police said yesterday that Hamas must disarm to allow a landmark reconciliation deal signed last month with rivals Fatah to succeed.

Palestinian official condemns British minister Israel talks

Palestinian official condemns British minister Israel talks

A senior Palestinian official on Wednesday condemned a British minister's unauthorised meetings in Israel as "scandalous", urging Prime Minister Theresa May to take action.

Syrian army starts assault on last IS stronghold

Syrian army starts assault on last IS stronghold

Syria's army and its allies began an asssault on the largest remaining stronghold of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq on Wednesday, Hezbollah-controlled media said, signalling the imminent fall ...

Turkish opposition calls for PM's resignation over sons' offshore assets

Turkish opposition calls for PM's resignation over sons' offshore assets

Turkey's main opposition called for the resignation of Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Wednesday, saying that reports his sons owned offshore companies amounted to a breach of ethics.

Rouhani warns Saudi Arabia of Iran's 'might'

Rouhani warns Saudi Arabia of Iran's 'might'

"The United States and their allies have mobilised all their capabilities against us and achieved nothing," said the Iranian president.

Kuwait to continue efforts to solve Gulf crisis

Kuwait to continue efforts to solve Gulf crisis

Kuwait will continue with its efforts to solve the Gulf crisis as a sincere mediator “from inside the Gulf “ , according to the country’s Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah.

Yemen rebels threaten to attack Saudi, UAE airports

Yemen rebels threaten to attack Saudi, UAE airports

Rebels in Yemen threatened yesterday to attack ports and airports in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, raising the stakes in a flare-up between Riyadh and Tehran.

Johnson seeks to meet jailed aid worker in Iran

Johnson seeks to meet jailed aid worker in Iran

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said he will seek to meet jailed Iranian-British aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe during a planned trip to Iran in coming weeks.

UN urges Saudi coalition to end 'catastrophic' Yemen aid blockade

UN urges Saudi coalition to end 'catastrophic' Yemen aid blockade

The United Nations on Tuesday demanded the Saudi-led coalition lift a blockade that has prevented aid deliveries from reaching Yemen where some seven million people are at risk of famine.

UN, Red Cross urge Saudi-led coalition to re-open aid lifeline to Yemen

UN, Red Cross urge Saudi-led coalition to re-open aid lifeline to Yemen

The United Nations and Red Cross on Tuesday urged the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen to re-open an aid lifeline to bring imported food and medicine into the country.

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