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Thursday, June 11, 2015
US orders more troops to Iraq to aid Sunni integration
Amid persistent setbacks in the fight against the Islamic State, President Barack Obama turned his military's focus to the Sunni-Shiite divide, ordering hundreds of troops to Iraq to better integrate Iraqi forces and lay the groundwork to retake Ramadi and other key cities.
Egypt police foil suicide attack at tourist site
Police said they foiled an attempted suicide bomb attack Wednesday on one of Egypt's most popular ancient attractions in a rare assault on the country's vital tourism sector.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday held a surprise meeting with a senior figure from the opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), as Turkey's political forces weigh up coalition options after legislative elections.
Gaza residents are unhappy with the territory's Islamic militant Hamas rulers and their war with Israel last summer, a new Palestinian poll released Tuesday shows.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Rebels attacked a major Syrian army base in the southern province of Daraa on Tuesday in the latest push by opposition fighters against President Bashar Assad's embattled forces, activists said.
An Egyptian court Tuesday upheld death sentences against 11 soccer fans over a February 2012 riot in the eastern city of Port Said that cost the lives of 74 people.
Turkish opposition likely to demand limits on Erdogan's future role
Opposition parties are likely to demand limits on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's role in Turkey's next government, complicating coalition talks as the ruling party sought ways Tuesday to remain in power.
Israel released Tuesday the speaker of the Palestinian parliament, an AFP reporter said, after almost a year in prison following an army crackdown over the kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers.
Iran partially opens stadium doors to women
A limited number of Iranian women will be allowed to watch Volleyball World League games in Tehran later this month, a senior government official has told The Associated Press, part of a government move to allow women and families to attend male sporting events.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Israel, Palestine would gain billions from peace: study
Israelis and Palestinians would gain billions of dollars from making peace with each other while both would face daunting economic losses in case of other alternatives, particularly in case of a return to violence, according to a new study released on Monday.
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