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Iranian Guards claims missile attack on Kurdish rebels in Iraq

Iranian Guards claims missile attack on Kurdish rebels in Iraq

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) confirmed on Sunday that it had launched deadly missile attacks against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq a day earlier. Rockets struck the headquarters of two Iranian…

‘Dozens killed’ in Hodeidah attacks after peace talks collapse

‘Dozens killed’ in Hodeidah attacks after peace talks collapse

Dozens of people have reportedly been killed in clashes and air raids around the Yemeni city of Hodeidah following the collapse of UN-sponsored peace talks between the internationally recognised government and Houthi rebels. A…

Syria and Russia forces step up Idlib attacks

Syria and Russia forces step up Idlib attacks

Syrian government forces backed by their Russian allies have stepped up their bombardment of rebel-held territories in northwest Syria, killing at least six civilians, according to local activists. The air raids…

‘Cruel’: US cuts aid for hospitals serving Palestinians

‘Cruel’: US cuts aid for hospitals serving Palestinians

The United States has cut one of its last remaining aid programmes for Palestinians, a move that is going to affect critical patients, including cancer victims and children with serious health…

Egypt sentences 75 to death over Rabaa protests

Egypt sentences 75 to death over Rabaa protests

An Egyptian court has sentenced 75 people to death, including senior leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, over a 2013 sit-in protest in Cairo that ended with the killing of hundreds of protesters. Senior…

Erdogan calls for ceasefire as Idlib offensive looms

Erdogan calls for ceasefire as Idlib offensive looms

Turkey’s president has said that his country does not want a bloodbath in Idlib province and a ceasefire would be an important step amid looming Russian-backed Syrian offensive in the…

Myanmar rejects UN findings in Rohingya genocide report

Myanmar rejects UN findings in Rohingya genocide report

Myanmar’s government has rejected a United Nations’ report on mass killings and gang rapes of Rohingya, which calls for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges over their campaign against the Muslim minority.…

Turkish minister sees ‘no economic risk’ amid US row

Turkish minister sees ‘no economic risk’ amid US row

Turkey’s Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said his government does not see a big risk to the country’s economy and financial system, amid a diplomatic fall-out with the United States. Albayrak’s…

War of words between US-Russia as Syria attack looms

War of words between US-Russia as Syria attack looms

Russia has deployed a dozen warships to the Mediterranean Sea in what a Russian newspaper on Tuesday called Moscow’s largest naval buildup since it entered the Syrian conflict in 2015.…

Deadly clashes erupt in Libya’s Tripoli

Deadly clashes erupt in Libya’s Tripoli

Heavy clashes between armed groups have erupted in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, since Sunday evening, officials said. Two people were reportedly killed while several others were wounded in the clashes on…