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Kuwait Amir accepts govt resignation

Kuwait Amir accepts govt resignation

Kuwait's Amir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Sabah accepted on Sunday the resignation of the government, state news agency KUNA reported.

US military hid airstrikes that killed dozens of civilians in Syria: NYT

US military hid airstrikes that killed dozens of civilians in Syria: NYT

The US military covered up 2019 airstrikes in Syria that killed up to 64 women and children, a possible war crime, during the battle against Islamic State, the New York Times reported on Saturday.

Tunisian town revolts over trash crisis

Tunisian town revolts over trash crisis

As tear gas and protest cries filled the air in the Tunisian town of Agareb, Mabrouka Ben Ibrahim vowed to demonstrate for her daughter, whose death she blames on a nearby rubbish dump.

Five dead in crackdown on Sudan anti-coup protests

Five dead in crackdown on Sudan anti-coup protests

Sudanese security forces killed at least five demonstrators yesterday in a crackdown on anti-coup protests, medics said, after the military tightened its grip by forming a new ruling council.

Israeli occupation forces arrest seven Palestinians, settlers storm Al-Aqsa

Israeli occupation forces arrest seven Palestinians, settlers storm Al-Aqsa

Israeli occupation forces arrested seven Palestinians from separate areas in the occupied West Bank Thursday, while settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Delhi’s toxic air ruins students’ return to school

Delhi’s toxic air ruins students’ return to school

Many students in New Delhi stayed at home yesterday rather than return to reopened schools as a toxic smog shrouded the city. New Delhi has the worst air quality of any capital city but even by its standards the past few days have been extraordinarily bad.

Militia ‘staged drone attack on Iraqi PM’

Militia ‘staged drone attack on Iraqi PM’

A drone attack that targeted the Iraqi prime minister yesterday was carried out by at least one militia, Iraqi security officials and militia sources said, weeks after some groups were routed in elections they say were rigged.

Resignation of Lebanon minister could solve row: Arab League

Resignation of Lebanon minister could solve row: Arab League

The Arab League yesterday backed the resignation of Lebanon’s information minister whose comments on the Yemen war sparked a damaging diplomatic row with Gulf states.

Rare Golan Heights movie becomes highlight of Palestinian film festival

Rare Golan Heights movie becomes highlight of Palestinian film festival

A rare film to be shot in the occupied Golan Heights proved a highlight of this year’s six-day Palestine Cinema Days festival that ended yesterday, with hundreds flocking to watch the movie that has Syria’s civil war as its backdrop.

Iraqi PM chairs security meeting after drone attack on residence

Iraqi PM chairs security meeting after drone attack on residence

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi escaped unharmed in an assassination attempt by armed drone in Baghdad, officials said yesterday, in an incident that dramatically raises tension in the country weeks after a general election disputed by Iran-backed militia groups.

Iran launches military drills near strategic oil lanes

Iran launches military drills near strategic oil lanes

The Iranian army began yesterday drills in the southwest of the country, near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, where it said a stand-off with the US recently took place.

Iraqi PM chairs security meeting after drone attack on residence

Iraqi PM chairs security meeting after drone attack on residence

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi escaped unharmed in an assassination attempt by armed drone in Baghdad, officials said on Sunday, in an incident that dramatically raises tension in the country weeks after a general election disputed by Iran-backed militia groups.

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