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Iran rejects involvement in Bahrain pipeline blast

Tehran calls allegations it targeted an oil pipeline near Bahrain's capital 'baseless and cheap'.

Bahrain pipeline blast

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EU and UN: Saudi easing of Yemen blockade not enough

The EU's commissioner for humanitarian aid and crisis management, said that more steps were needed.

Cargo ship

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Iraqi forces advance on ISIL-held Rawa in Anbar

Fighters believed to be holding 10,000 civilians hostage in Euphrates Valley town of Rawa as they lose nearby villages.

The Rawa operation

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Saudi coalition bombs Houthi defence ministry in Yemen

Eight civilians wounded after residential area also hit by an air attack in the capital Sanaa.

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Michel Aoun presses Saudis on Saad Hariri's status

President wants to know what is preventing PM from returning to Beirut from Riyadh where he announced his resignation.

Saad Hariri

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Trump, Putin agree 'no military solution' in Syria

Kremlin says conflict needs a final resolution in the framework of the so-called Geneva process.

Trump, Putin

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ISIL 'recaptures 60 percent' of last Syria stronghold

Reports that ISIL has recaptured majority of al-Bukamal town emerge after Syrian army declared control.

Deir Az Zor province

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Saudi FM: Iran 'number one state sponsor of terrorism'

In interview, Adel al-Jubeir urges new sanctions against Iran and backs kingdom's 'decisive action' against corruption.

Adel al-Jubeir

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Nasrallah says Saad Hariri resignation 'illegal'

Shia group's head accuses Saudi Arabia of trying to stir sectarian tensions in Lebanon by forcing Hariri's resignation.

Saad Hariri

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US declines comment on Hariri's status in Saudi Arabia

State Department spokeswoman says US charge d'affaires in Riyadh met Hariri but refuses to comment on the situation.

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