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    Bahrain’s Parliament Approves Draft VAT Law: BNA Agency
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    Afghanistan Signs Major Mining Deals in Development Push
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    Palestinian Terrorist Kills Two Israelis in West Bank: Israeli Military
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    Car Blast Kills Four in Turkey-Backed Syrian Town
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    Life and War in Gaza as Seen by Award-Winning Photographer Hatem Moussa
  • France Says No Doubt Iran Behind Foiled Bomb Plot, Seizes Assets
    France Says No Doubt Iran Behind Foiled Bomb Plot, Seizes Assets
  • Dubai Airport Says Operating as Normal After Houthi Drone Attack Report
    Dubai Airport Says Operating as Normal After Houthi Drone Attack Report
  • US Pulls Diplomats From Iraqi City, Citing Threats From Iran
    US Pulls Diplomats From Iraqi City, Citing Threats From Iran
  • Russia Begins Missile System Delivery to Syria, Warns West on Peace Talks
    Russia Begins Missile System Delivery to Syria, Warns West on Peace Talks
  • China’s Sinopec Halves Iran Oil Loadings Under US Pressure
    China’s Sinopec Halves Iran Oil Loadings Under US Pressure
  • Turkey’s Erdogan Says Court Will Decide Fate of Detained US Pastor
    Turkey’s Erdogan Says Court Will Decide Fate of Detained US Pastor
  • Palestinian Schools, Health Centers at Risk if Funding Gap Not Plugged: UNRWA
    Palestinian Schools, Health Centers at Risk if Funding Gap Not Plugged: UNRWA
  • Iranian-Americans Gather in New York to Protest Regime, Rouhani
    Iranian-Americans Gather in New York to Protest Regime, Rouhani
  • Video: Flash Floods Sweep Cars Down Streets in Tunisia
    Video: Flash Floods Sweep Cars Down Streets in Tunisia
  • British Woman Locked Up for Bringing Painkillers Into Egypt Loses Appeal
    British Woman Locked Up for Bringing Painkillers Into Egypt Loses Appeal
  • Turkey’s Erdogan Vows to Impose Secure Zones East of Euphrates in Syria
    Turkey’s Erdogan Vows to Impose Secure Zones East of Euphrates in Syria
  • Gunmen Attack Iran Military Parade, Killing at Least 25
    Gunmen Attack Iran Military Parade, Killing at Least 25
  • Iranian Official Slams Regime Over Mistreatment of Imprisoned American Resident
    Iranian Official Slams Regime Over Mistreatment of Imprisoned American Resident
  • Egypt Opens 4,000-Year-Old Tomb to the Public
    Egypt Opens 4,000-Year-Old Tomb to the Public
  • Syria Accidentally Shoots Down Russian Military Plane, Killing 15
    Syria Accidentally Shoots Down Russian Military Plane, Killing 15
  • Forced to Fight as Soldiers and Taking Casualties, Afghan Police Demand Reforms
    Forced to Fight as Soldiers and Taking Casualties, Afghan Police Demand Reforms
  • Kerry’s Meetings with Iran Send Wrong Message, Former Sen. Lieberman Says
    Kerry’s Meetings with Iran Send Wrong Message, Former Sen. Lieberman Says
  • Afghan Military Helicopter Crash Kills All Five Aboard
    Afghan Military Helicopter Crash Kills All Five Aboard
  • Protests Dash Iraqi PM’s Chances of New Term, Hit U.S. Hopes of Shaping Government
    Protests Dash Iraqi PM’s Chances of New Term, Hit U.S. Hopes of Shaping Government
  • US Sanctions Libyan Militia Leader Over Oil Facility Attacks
    US Sanctions Libyan Militia Leader Over Oil Facility Attacks
  • As Idlib Offensive Looms, Syrians Flee to Border Villages
    As Idlib Offensive Looms, Syrians Flee to Border Villages
  • More Than 30,000 Displaced in Idlib in Latest Offensive by Syrian Regime
    More Than 30,000 Displaced in Idlib in Latest Offensive by Syrian Regime