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terça-feira, 25 de abril de 2017

AL JAZEERA-A cry for help: Millions facing famine in Yemen

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A cry for help: Millions facing famine in Yemen

UN says $1bn pledged by donor states amounts to half of amount needed to combat 'world's largest hunger crisis'.
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Turkish raids target Kurdish groups in Iraq and Syria

At least 70 killed in Iraq and Syria, Turkish officials say, in blow against Kurdish forces battling ISIL in the region.
INSIDE STORY

Are governments finding new ways to suppress the media?

The Committee to Protect Journalists says 259 journalists were imprisoned around the world last year.
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US officials in Afghanistan suggest Russia arms Taliban

Top US military officials allude to increasing concerns over Moscow's role in Afghanistan.
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Turkish court declines to hear referendum appeal

Opposition fails in bid to challenge electoral board's decision to accept referendum ballots without official stamps.
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

Syria's war explained from the beginning

The Syrian civil war is the deadliest conflict the 21st century has witnessed so far.
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Air strikes kill civilians fleeing Syria's Raqqa

At least 11 people killed while fleeing fighting between US-backed forces and ISIL in Tabqa, witnesses and monitor say.
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Hunger striking Palestinian leader's 'health declining'

Palestinian leader refuses medical treatment after joining hunger strike with 1,100 other prisoners in Israel, NGO says.

Syria gas attack: 'people scared to be the next victim'

Survivors and aid workers share their stories of horror and shock after suspected chemical attack in Syria.
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US sanctions Syrian officials over sarin gas attack

Sanctions imposed on 271 Syrian officials in response to sarin gas attack, blamed by US on Assad's government.
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Syrian forces advance on town near Hama

The Syrian army and allied forces are continuing their advance against rebels north of the city of Hama. With the support of Russian air strikes, they have captured a town and nearby villages that were seized by opposition groups last year.
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Tunisia refuses to let ‘ISIL-linked’ families leave Libya

Tunisia is refusing to allow a group of its citizens in Libya to return home. Dozens of women and children are in prison in Tripoli, accused of being linked to ISIL. Libyan authorities are willing to let them leave the country.
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Al-Qaeda leader calls for 'guerrilla war' in Syria

Online audio message by Zawahiri calls on opposition to prepare for 'long war against Crusaders and their Shia allies'.
HUMAN RIGHTS

Israel punishes hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners

Israeli authorities look to quell mass hunger strike through solitary confinement and punitive measures.
OPINION

Iran's election: It's not about moderates or hardliners

Presidential election is going to determine whether the rationalisation and normalisation of Iran is going to continue.
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Qatar hunters held captive for 16 months express relief

Two men abducted while hunting in southern Iraq relish their newfound freedom as they return home.
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Residents return to west Mosul as Iraqi forces advance

Iraqi forces are slowly retaking neighbourhoods from ISIL control in western Mosul, which has encouraged some residents to return home.
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Egypt's Sisi visits Saudi after months of tension

Egyptian president heads to Riyadh for meeting aimed at 'bolstering strategic relations' between the two powers.
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Syrian army and allies gain ground north of Hama

Government forces retake the town of Halfaya near Hama city and push deeper into rebel-held areas of Damascus.
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Canada: Quebec maple syrup producers facing huge fines

Maple syrup is an occasional treat for most people. Canada's Quebec province produces 80 percent of the syrup consumed around the world, largely through a strict system of quotas and price controls.
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ISIL targets Iraqi police station with 'suicide attack'

Fighters target police base in Hamam al-Alil, south of Mosul, killing at least one police officer, Iraqi officials say,
IRAN

What matters most to Iranians in presidential vote?

As campaigning gets under way, Al Jazeera speaks with six Iranian voters about their views on the upcoming election.
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Deadly Israeli strikes target Syria's Quneitra

Deaths of fighters reported as government positions in Golan Heights are targeted for second time in recent days.
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US defence secretary visits Qatar to 'reinforce' ties

ISIL, Syria's war and Iran's regional role expected to top the agenda of Pentagon chief's meeting with Qatar's Emir.
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Rights group seeks end to military aid for Egypt

US and others urged to cut military aid to Egypt after video of apparent summary executions surfaces.

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