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Syrian army pushes into Quneitra province

Syrian army pushes into Quneitra province

The Syrian army and its allies made advances in the southwest that bring it closer to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights border, state television and rebels said on Saturday.

Militants kill 10 Iran Guards at Iraqi border post

Militants kill 10 Iran Guards at Iraqi border post

Militants killed 10 Iranian Revolutionary Guards in an attack on a post on the Iraqi border on Saturday, Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, the latest deadly clash in an area where armed opposition Kurdish groups are active.

France, Russia send humanitarian aid to Syria for Ghouta victims

France, Russia send humanitarian aid to Syria for Ghouta victims

France and Russia on Saturday despatched a plane carrying humanitarian aid to the ravaged former Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta, which was retaken by government forces in April after a five-year siege.

Gaza truce largely holds after Israeli strikes over soldier death

Gaza truce largely holds after Israeli strikes over soldier death

A ceasefire announced by Hamas largely held Saturday after a wave of deadly air strikes across the Gaza Strip sparked by the death of an Israeli soldier shot near the border.

Opposition in Syria issues new ID cards

Opposition in Syria issues new ID cards

Opposition authorities are issuing new ID cards in northern Syria with help from neighbouring Turkey, expanding their administration over territory that remains outside President Bashar al-Assad’s expanding area of control.

Syrian rebels begin leaving Golan frontier

Syrian rebels begin leaving Golan frontier

Syrian rebels began evacuating the border with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights yesterday, leaving for the rebel-held north in a surrender deal that restores President Bashar al-Assad’s control of the frontier.

Dubai's recipe for economic success is getting stale

Dubai's recipe for economic success is getting stale

Nine years ago, Dubai needed a $20bn bailout from Abu Dhabi to escape a debt crisis caused by collapsing property prices.

Iraqi protesters call for downfall of political parties

Iraqi protesters call for downfall of political parties

In the oil hub of Basra, about 3,000 protesters gathered outside the headquarters of the provincial governorate.

Israeli fire kills 4 Palestinians as troops shot at on Gaza border

Israeli fire kills 4 Palestinians as troops shot at on Gaza border

The military said aircraft and tanks hit eight Hamas positions in Gaza after its forces had been shot at and had explosive devices hurled at them along the border.

UN calls for safe passage for 140,000 trapped in southwest Syria

UN calls for safe passage for 140,000 trapped in southwest Syria

The United Nations refugee agency appealed to all sides in Syria on Friday to provide safe passage for 140,000 civilians displaced by fighting in the southwest so that they can receive aid and shelter.

Palestinians raze homes to stop Israelis moving in

Palestinians raze homes to stop Israelis moving in

Two Palestinian families yesterday demolished the homes they had lived in for nearly two decades, saying they would rather destroy them than face the prospect of Israeli settlers moving in.

Desperate for jobs

Desperate for jobs

Iraqi protesters hand over job requests to government employees in Basra, Iraq.

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