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Syrian Kurds arrest several in anti-ISIL operation at al-Hol camp

Kurdish-led forces in northeast Syria have arrested nine people, including suspected members of ISIL (ISIS), during a security sweep in…

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War-torn Syria rations fuel amid ongoing closure of Suez Canal

The Syrian government has started rationing the distribution of fuel in the country amid concerns that shipments could be delayed…

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Egypt revises death toll from train crash to 19

Egypt has begun to bury the dead from a train collision that killed at least 19 people and injured 185,…

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How will the Suez Canal blockage disrupt global trade?

Home/Europe/How will the Suez Canal blockage disrupt global trade? EuropeTV Shows 6 hours ago 7 Less than a minute Experts…

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Will civil disobedience turn into armed resistance in Myanmar?

Home/Europe/Will civil disobedience turn into armed resistance in Myanmar? EuropeTV Shows 5 mins ago 0 Less than a minute We…

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Half of Israelis fully vaccinated as Palestinians lag

More than half of Israel’s 9.2 million people have received both doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19, the health…

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Yemen: Saudi coalition clears four fuel ships to dock at Hodeidah

The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has cleared four fuel ships to dock at Yemen’s Red Sea port of Hodeidah,…

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Libya’s eastern administration hands power to interim government

Libya’s eastern administration has officially handed over power to a new executive that is meant to unify the war-torn country…

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What’s behind the Saudi ceasefire proposal in Yemen?

Yemen’s Houthi rebel group, which has been battling a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition since March 2015, rejected Riyadh’s latest ceasefire…

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COVID’s lost learning: 70 million children face reading crisis

More than half of the world’s 10-year-olds could be unable to read and understand a sentence by the end of…

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