domingo, 16 de julho de 2017

AL JAZEERA-Palestinians reject Israel security measures in al-Aqsa

Palestinians reject Israel security measures in al-Aqsa

Dozens of worshippers gathered to pray at an entrance to the compound after new measures introduced at holy site.

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Syrian doctor helps fellow injured refugees in Turkey

A doctor who escaped a bombing at a medical centre in the Syria is now treating patients in neighbouring Turkey.
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Rescued migrants ‘mistreated at Libyan detention centres’

Migrants who were rescued by Libyan coast guard often end up in detention centres, where some say that they face ill treatment.
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UAE arranged hacking of Qatari media: Washington Post

The paper cites US intelligence officials who say UAE orchestrated the hacking of Qatari social media and news sites.
UAE arranged hacking of Qatari media: Washington Post
INSIDE STORY

What triggered the violence at al-Aqsa Mosque?

Israel gradually reopens the holy site compound, closed for the first time in 48 years after a gun attack.
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France seeks to resolve Gulf political crisis

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is visiting Gulf Arab countries in a bid to find a solution to the region's political crisis that has fueled a land, air and sea blockade against Qatar.
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Eviction attempt turns deadly in Egypt's Nile island

Police use rubber bullets and tear gas against Cairo's al-Waraq island residents who resist eviction, killing one.
Eviction attempt turns deadly in Egypt's Nile island
US & CANADA

US urges Iran to free detained American citizens

State Department issues demand as Tehran court sentences to 10 years in jail a US man, reportedly of Chinese origin.
US urges Iran to free detained American citizens
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Shells hit Russian embassy compound in Syria

Syrian state media said that two mortar shells were fired at the Russian embassy in Damascus but reported no injuries.
Shells hit Russian embassy compound in Syria
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France urges resumption of Israel-Palestine peace talks

President Macron says France is ready to apply diplomatic levers towards renewed negotiations, but gives no specifics.
France urges resumption of Israel-Palestine peace talks
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Iran detains Rouhani's brother on financial charges

Hossein Fereydoun is accused of receiving zero-interest loans and influencing the appointment of a bank director.
Iran detains Rouhani's brother on financial charges

Timeline: Al-Aqsa Mosque

A review of the critical events that have marked the history of al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
Timeline: Al-Aqsa Mosque
MIDDLE EAST

Libyan businesses struggling to stay afloat amid crisis

In Libya, many are struggling to get the basics of everyday life. Many businesses have shut down during three years of civil war.

Battle for Mosul: Who controls what

Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, is now the scene of a battle for control between Iraqi, Kurdish, and ISIL forces.
Battle for Mosul: Who controls what
IRAQ

Iraq war map: Who controls what

As fighting in parts of Iraq intensifies, a visual breakdown of the control of territory after years of war.
Iraq war map: Who controls what
MIDDLE EAST

Syria's war: Escape difficult from Hayt village

The week-old ceasefire in southwest Syria appears to be holding, but that is of little comfort for the people of Hayt.
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Syria's war: Escape difficult from Hayt village

The week-old ceasefire in southwest Syria appears to be holding, but that is of little comfort for the people of Hayt.
MAPS

Syrian Civil War Map

A map of the Syrian civil war that shows who controls what after five years of fighting.
Syrian Civil War Map
MIDDLE EAST

Huge rallies in Turkey mark failed 2016 coup

President Erdogan addresses tens of thousands of people who turned out with flags on the streets of Istanbul and Ankara.
Huge rallies in Turkey mark failed 2016 coup
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Al-Aqsa mosque compound 'to reopen on Sunday'

Israeli prime minister's office says the compound will be accessible gradually from Sunday.
Al-Aqsa mosque compound 'to reopen on Sunday'
TUNISIA

Refugees in limbo after Tunisia shuts desert camp

Four years after the UN ceased operations at Choucha camp, authorities have cleared out the remaining men.
Refugees in limbo after Tunisia shuts desert camp
MIDDLE EAST

Air raids blamed for deaths in Damascus suburb

UK-based monitor SOHR describes Friday's assault as deadliest in opposition-held Eastern Ghouta region since April.
Air raids kill 10 in Syria's Eastern Ghouta: SOHR
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Iran-born Maryam Mirzakhani remembered as 'Math genius'

President Hassan Rouhani praises Mirzakhani's "unprecedented brilliance", saying her death caused great sorrow.
Iran-born Maryam Mirzakhani remembered as 'Math genius'
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Syria talks conclude in Geneva with no breakthrough

UN Syria envoy de Mistura says the Syrian regime has not budged in its unwillingness to discuss political transition.
Syria talks conclude in Geneva with no breakthrough
EUROPE

Protesters in Paris rally against Israeli PM's visit

The French leader's decision to invite Benjamin Netanyahu to Paris is 'embarrassing', say demonstrators.
Protesters in Paris rally against Israeli PM's visit
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Exhibition in Germany offers interactive view of Syria’s Palmyra

When the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) captured the ancient city of Palmyra in 2015, it partly destroyed one of Syria's most precious archaeological treasures.

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