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Yemen rebels return to Sanaa after UN-led talks

Yemen rebels return to Sanaa after UN-led talks

A Houthi rebel delegation returned Friday to Yemen's insurgent-controlled capital of Sanaa after wrapping up an initial round of breakthrough UN-brokered peace talks in Sweden.

Greece seizes big drugs haul from Syrian freighter sailing for Libya

Greece seizes big drugs haul from Syrian freighter sailing for Libya

Greece has seized drugs worth more than 100 million euros ($113 million) after intercepting a Syrian ship sailing for Libya, the coast guard said on Friday.

Yemen rivals agree on Hodeida truce

Yemen rivals agree on Hodeida truce

UN chief Antonio Guterres announced yesterday a series of breakthroughs in talks with rivals in the Yemen conflict, including a ceasefire for a vital port.

Lebanon PM confident of new government by year end

Lebanon PM confident of new government by year end

Lebanon's prime minister-designate, Saad Hariri, said Thursday he is ‘pretty sure’ that a six-month-old deadlock on forming a government will be broken by the end of the year.

2 babies die at camp for displaced on Syria-Jordan border: UN

2 babies die at camp for displaced on Syria-Jordan border: UN

Two babies have died of illness in the past week at a camp for displaced people on the Syrian border with Jordan, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said Thursday.

Yemen peace talks go down to the wire

Yemen peace talks go down to the wire

Talks between Yemen’s government and Houthi insurgents focused on the country’s main airport and port went down to the wire yesterday with just hours left in negotiations.

Four-year-old Gaza boy dies after troop firing

Four-year-old Gaza boy dies after troop firing

Hundreds of Gazans yesterday attended the funeral of a four-year-old boy who died after being hit by Israeli shrapnel at a border protest last week, according to Palestinian medical officials.

Nobel laureate urges Iraq to probe fate of abducted Yazidis

Nobel laureate urges Iraq to probe fate of abducted Yazidis

Nobel laureate and former militant captive Nadia Murad called on Iraq yesterday to create a special team to investigate the fate of other members of her Yazidi minority kidnapped by the Islamic State group.

Syrian state seizes opponents' property, rights activists say

Syrian state seizes opponents' property, rights activists say

Syria's government has been using a little-known anti-terrorism law to seize property from dissidents and their families as it takes back control of areas that were held by rebel groups ...

UN proposes Yemen’s warring parties pull out of key port

UN proposes Yemen’s warring parties pull out of key port

The United Nations proposed at initial talks between Yemen’s warring parties yesterday that they withdraw from the contested port city of Hodeidah, a lifeline for millions facing famine, and place it under the control of an interim entity.

Palestinian shot dead in West Bank

Palestinian shot dead in West Bank

A Palestinian was shot dead by Israeli forces near the flashpoint city of Hebron in the occupied West Bank yesterday during what Israeli officials said was an attack.

Yemeni prisoner swap will take weeks, Red Cross says

Yemeni prisoner swap will take weeks, Red Cross says

A prisoner swap in Yemen will take weeks and may involve the repatriation of third country nationals captured in the nearly four-year war being, a senior official of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Tuesday.

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