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Yemen could be 'worst' humanitarian crisis in 50 years

UN's aid chief says war-torn country could become the world's worst humanitarian disaster in half a century.

Yemen's conflict

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Saudis 'intercept' Houthi missile near Yemen border

The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen says it has intercepted a missile fired by Houthi rebels, headed towards the kingdom. This as fighting continues in many parts of the country.

Houthi missile

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Palestinian Nour Tamimi released on bail

Israeli court releases Palestinian woman on bail after appearing in a video slapping Israeli soldiers that went viral.

Nour Tamimi

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Thousands turn out for pro-government rallies in Iran

Officials say anti-government protests have died down, amid reports that dozens were arrested for involvement.

march in Mashhad

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Israel's new death penalty bill 'targets Palestinians'

Proposed changes would allow death penalty to be used against those convicted of 'terrorist activity'.

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Iran prosecutor blames CIA, Israel, Saudi for protests

CIA and Mossad agents planned the unrest in Iran with financial support from Saudi Arabia, chief prosecutor says.

Iran's protests

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Algerian police violently disperse doctors' protest

Several resident doctors injured after police violently disperse protest sit-in at hospital in the capital Algiers.

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Civilians die in air raids on Syria's Eastern Ghouta

Syrian government and Russian warplanes suspected to have been behind deadly attacks targeting Damascus neighbourhood.

Eastern Ghouta

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Qataris 'barred' from pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia

Qataris allege they were prevented from performing the Umrah pilgrimage by Saudi authorities.

pilgrimage

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Iranian diplomat charges US with inciting protests

US accused of 'stepping up its acts of intervention in a grotesque way' as deadly anti-government protests sweep Iran.

Gholamali Khoshroo

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