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Iranians welcome Louvre show

Iranians welcome Louvre show

Iranians gave a warm welcome to a new exhibition by France’s Louvre yesterday — the first major show by a foreign museum in the country.

Strikes hit Syria's battered Ghouta as death toll hits 800

Strikes hit Syria's battered Ghouta as death toll hits 800

Heavy air strikes and clashes shook the Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta on Tuesday, as France and Britain called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting on the escalating violence.

Russian plane crashes at Russian base in Syria killing 32

Russian plane crashes at Russian base in Syria killing 32

A Russian military transport plane crashed in Syria on Tuesday, killing all 32 people on board, Russian news agencies quoted the Russian Defence Ministry as saying, an incident that sharply raises the death toll from the Kremlin's Syria operation.

Turkey to set up camps for 170,000 people near Syria's Idlib

Turkey to set up camps for 170,000 people near Syria's Idlib

Turkey will set up camps to settle 170,000 people in nine locations near Syria's Idlib, and in the area Ankara controls by further east in northern Syria, Turkish diplomatic sources said.

UN convoy to try to reach Syria's Ghouta again this week

UN convoy to try to reach Syria's Ghouta again this week

The United Nations said that it planned to send another aid convoy to Syria's besieged enclave of eastern Ghouta on Thursday, after 14 of 46 trucks were unable to fully unload on Monday due to shelling on the town of Douma.

Russia offers rebels safe passage out of eastern Ghouta

Russia offers rebels safe passage out of eastern Ghouta

The Russian military has offered Syrian rebels safe passage out of eastern Ghouta, setting out a deal by which the opposition would surrender its last major stronghold near Damascus to President Bashar al-Assad.

Aid convoy quits Syria enclave as regime presses onslaught

Aid convoy quits Syria enclave as regime presses onslaught

An international convoy cut short its mission to Syria’s rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta yesterday after delivering desperately needed aid as the regime pounded the region, killing dozens as it seized more ground.

Iran rebuffs demands to curb missile programme

Iran rebuffs demands to curb missile programme

Iran rebuffed French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian’s calls to curb its missile programme after a day of tense discussions in Tehran yesterday aimed at salvaging its historic nuclear deal.

Hotel hunting: mission impossible in Iraq province

Hotel hunting: mission impossible in Iraq province

In Iraq’s Anbar province, visitors can be hard pressed to find a hotel room as tribal tradition makes housing guests a point of honour.

Storming male bastion

Storming male bastion

Lebanese mechanic Rana el-Hayek, 22, poses in a car repair garage where she works in Qannabat Brummana, northeast of Beirut.

Louvre brings ‘unprecedented’ show to Tehran

Louvre brings ‘unprecedented’ show to Tehran

Journalists flooded Iran’s National Museum yesterday for the arrival of more than 50 artworks from the Louvre — the first major show by a Western museum in the country’s history.

Syria lets aid reach Ghouta but blocks medical supplies

Syria lets aid reach Ghouta but blocks medical supplies

The Russian-backed Syrian army has captured more than a third of the Eastern Ghouta in recent days, threatening to slice the last major rebel-held area near the capital in two, despite Western accusations of violating a ceasefire.

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