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UAE hired American mercenaries to kill targets in Yemen: report

UAE hired American mercenaries to kill targets in Yemen: report

American mercenaries were hired by the UAE to assassinate political leaders and clerics in Yemen in 2015, according to a new report.

Turkish daily: audio recordings indicate Khashoggi tortured

Turkish daily: audio recordings indicate Khashoggi tortured

A Turkish newspaper yesterday published what it said were details from audio recordings that purported to document Saudi journalist and government critic Jamal Khashoggi's torture and interrogation.

Evacuated Syrian White Helmets leave Jordan for western countries

Evacuated Syrian White Helmets leave Jordan for western countries

Hundreds of members of the White Helmets - a volunteer Syrian search and rescue organization - who were evacuated to Jordan are now on their way to be resettled in western countries, Jordan's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

Turkish investigators examine Saudi consulate for second time

Turkish investigators examine Saudi consulate for second time

A small group of Turkish investigators are examining the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Wednesday, a Reuters photographer said, the second such search this week of the premises after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared two weeks ago.

US says some militants withdrawing from Syria's Idlib

US says some militants withdrawing from Syria's Idlib

Some militants have withdrawn from the demilitarisation zone in Idlib following a deal between Russia and Turkey on the northwestern Syrian region, a US official said on Wednesday.

Syria approves UN aid delivery to remote camp on Jordan

Syria approves UN aid delivery to remote camp on Jordan

The Syrian government gave approval for the UN to deliver aid next week to thousands of civilians stranded near a US garrison on the Jordanian-Syrian border, aid workers and camp officials said on Wednesday.

Tapes show Saudi journalist 'decapitated': Turkish daily

Tapes show Saudi journalist 'decapitated': Turkish daily

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was tortured before being decapitated inside Riyadh's consulate in Istanbul, pro-government daily Yeni Safak reported Wednesday, saying it had heard audio recordings.

8 Palestinians injured in Israeli raids on Gaza Strip

8 Palestinians injured in Israeli raids on Gaza Strip

Eight Palestinians, including six school children, were injured in Deir al-Balah following Israeli airstrikes on several locations in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday morning.

IS defeat in east Syria taking ‘longer than expected’

IS defeat in east Syria taking ‘longer than expected’

The fight to wrest a desert area in eastern Syria from the Islamic State group will take “much longer than expected”, US-backed forces battling the militants said yesterday.

Up to14mn Yemenis now at risk of famine

Up to14mn Yemenis now at risk of famine

The sheer magnitude of the famine facing Yemen was initially underestimated by the aid sector, leaving food security experts rushing to update projections made at the UN General Assembly a fortnight ago, sources have told the Guardian.

Top US senators vow action over Khashoggi debacle

Top US senators vow action over Khashoggi debacle

An influential US Senate ally of President Donald Trump pledged yesterday that Congress would take decisive action against Saudi Arabia over a missing writer, calling for the ouster of Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman..

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