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Palestinians reject reports of Saudi pressure on Abbas

Israel's Channel 10 said Saudi officials ordered Palestinian president to either accept Trump peace plan or resign.

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Qatar's emir: Siege countries do not want end to crisis

Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani says Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt are not interested in resolving Gulf dispute.

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Saad Hariri to return 'in the next two days' to Lebanon

Tweet comes after talks in Riyadh with visiting Lebanese Maronite patriarch amid intense speculation over his situation.

Rai meet King Salman

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Air raids kill 43 civilians in Syria's Aleppo

Three air strikes reduce busy market in western Aleppo province - a so-called de-escalation zone - to rubble.

al-Atarib, a town in Syria's western Aleppo

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Erdogan calls on Russia, US to pull troops out of Syria

Turkish president's comments come after Putin and Trump said there was 'no military solution' to Syria's war.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Where does Egypt stand on Lebanon spat?

Questions emerge about whether Egypt shares Saudi's positions on several key issues affecting the Middle East.

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Iran-Iraq earthquake: What happened and why

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck the border region between Iraq and Iran.

Iraq and Iran

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Qatar investigates UAE plan to devalue its currency

Government spokesman says Doha was alerted to UAE's alleged plot to weaken the Qatari Riyal in July.

World Cup 2022

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Swiss journalists detained, interrogated in Abu Dhabi

Two journalists working for Swiss broadcaster RTS held for 50 hours after covering the opening of the new Louvre museum.

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How social media told story of Iran-Iraq earthquake

More than 400 have people died and 2,500 were injured after 7.3 magnitude quake in border area between Iran and Iraq.

Iran-Iraq earthquake

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Citizens should 'carefully consider' travel due to 'terrorist' threats and cross-border violence, State Department says.

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