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Turkey detains Iraqis plotting US embassy attack

Turkey detains Iraqis plotting US embassy attack

Turkish police on Monday detained four Iraqis suspected of planning an attack on the US embassy in Ankara, media reported.

Blow for Netanyahu as former aide signs state witness deal

Blow for Netanyahu as former aide signs state witness deal

News of the agreement broke ahead of Benjamin Netanyahu's meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House later on Monday.

UN rights body orders probe of Eastern Ghouta siege in Syria

UN rights body orders probe of Eastern Ghouta siege in Syria

The UN Human Rights Council on Monday ordered an urgent investigation into the situation in Syria's besieged rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta and demanded immediate humanitarian access to the area.

Syria regime forces control third of Ghouta enclave

Syria regime forces control third of Ghouta enclave

Syrian regime and allied forces pushed deeper into Eastern Ghouta on Monday and have now retaken a third of the rebel enclave, a monitor said.

Turkey detains 12 in anti-IS raids after US embassy closure

Turkey detains 12 in anti-IS raids after US embassy closure

Turkey on Monday launched a crackdown on the Islamic State extremist group and boosted security in Ankara after the US embassy said it would be closed for a day.

Trump-Netanyahu meeting is chance to project common front vs Iran

Trump-Netanyahu meeting is chance to project common front vs Iran

US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hold talks on Monday that offer a chance to project a common front against Iran but are expected to do little to advance seemingly stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace prospects.

Thousands flee as govt forces advance in eastern Ghouta

Thousands flee as govt forces advance in eastern Ghouta

Thousands of civilians have fled advances by Syrian government forces in eastern Ghouta in the last two days, a war monitor and a resident said, as Damascus makes rapid gains against the last major rebel enclave near the capital.

Skate park puts smile on faces of refugee kids

Skate park puts smile on faces of refugee kids

Hair flying in the wind Manar, Amniya and Farida hurtle down the slopes of “7Hills Skate Park” in the Jordanian capital Amman where refugee children come to play.

Macron urges Tehran to 'pressure' Syria on Ghouta

Macron urges Tehran to 'pressure' Syria on Ghouta

French President Emmanuel Macron called on his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on Sunday to put the "necessary pressure" on the Syrian government to halt "indiscriminate" attacks on civilians in Eastern Ghouta.

Qatar participates in Arab League's permanent reps meeting

Qatar participates in Arab League's permanent reps meeting

The 149th session of the Council of the Arab League at the Level of Permanent Representatives kicked off at the Arab League General Secretariat headquarters here on Sunday.

Iran finds flight recorders of crashed passenger plane

Iran finds flight recorders of crashed passenger plane

Emergency teams have recovered the flight recorders of a plane that crashed into a mountaintop in southwest Iran two weeks ago, killing all 66 passengers and crew, state news agency IRNA reported on Sunday.

Syrians flee regime forces advances in eastern Ghouta

Syrians flee regime forces advances in eastern Ghouta

Advances by Syrian government forces into rebel-held eastern Ghouta are causing many people to flee, a pro-Syrian opposition television station and a witness in the enclave said on Sunday.

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