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Police begin demolition of 9 homes
Israeli police began Tuesday demolishing nine West Bank settler homes declared illegal by the Supreme Court, despite hundreds of protesters barricading themselves in them.
 
Russia called Tuesday for terrorism to be included on the agenda of U.N.-sponsored peace talks on Syria in Geneva, which have been overshadowed by violence on the ground.
 
Iraqi gov't forces reach key bridge in Mosul
Iraqi forces battling the Islamic State group in west Mosul reached the city's southernmost bridge Monday, a key step in efforts to defeat the jihadists in their stronghold, a spokesman said.
 
Syria's White Helmets rescuers will not attend Oscars
Rescue workers from Syria's White Helmets group -- the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary -- will not attend this weekend's Academy Awards ceremony because of intensified regime bombing and a rejected passport.
 
Twin attacks on Syrian security buildings in Homs leave over 30 dead
Twin attacks on two Syrian security offices in the central city of Homs Saturday killed at least 32 people, including a senior security official who heads the feared Military Intelligence services, state media and officials reported.
 
Anger burns over expropriation
A Palestinian protester carries a burning car tire during clashes with Israeli security forces following a weekly demonstration against the expropriation of Palestinian land by Israel in the village of Kfar Qaddum, near Nablus, in the occupied West Bank on Saturday, Feb. 24.
 
Attacks near war-torn Syria town kill 62
Two attacks near a Syrian town just captured by Turkish forces and Syrian opposition fighters from the Islamic State group killed at least 60 people, mostly civilians, and two Turkish soldiers on Friday, as the group retreats from one of its last remaining strongholds in northern Syria, Turkey's news agency and Syrian activists said.
 
Israel denies work visa to Human Rights Watch official
Israeli authorities have rejected a request from Human Rights Watch to grant a work permit to its regional director, accusing the group of engaging in Palestinian "propaganda," the group said Friday.
 
No plans to seize Iraq oil,  Mattis says
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday the United States does not intend to seize Iraqi oil, shifting away from an idea proposed by President Donald Trump that has rattled Iraq's leaders.
 
Netanyahu 'had secret Arab peace meeting'
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met secretly with Arab rulers last year to hear then U.S. secretary of state John Kerry pitch a regional peace plan, an Israeli newspaper reported Sunday.
 
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