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Syrian girl who used tuna cans for legs receives prosthetic limb

Doctor says the eight-year-old, whose plight touched the world, 'will walk' after she receives free prosthetic limbs.

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Interim OPCW report finds proof of chlorine used in Syria's Douma

Preliminary analysis by global chemical weapons watchdog says chlorine was found in two locations in Douma.

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Rebels in southern Syria 'reach ceasefire deal' with Russia

Rebel spokesman says agreement in eastern Deraa includes withdrawal of government militias from several towns in south.

the border crossing with Jorda

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Princes and top officials remain jailed in Saudi Arabia: report

Many held as part of kingdom's 'anti-corruption purge' face no official charges, sources tell Wall Street Journal.

Mohammed bin Salman

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Syria bombardment resumes after ceasefire deal breaks down

Renewed assault in Syria's southwest comes a day after rebels and Russians failed to agree on a ceasefire deal.

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Rouhani says US unaware about consequences of Iran oil ban

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says his country will stand firm against US threats, and will 'survive' sanctions.

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UN: More than 121,000 Yemenis have fled Hodeidah

Nearly 80,000 people have been assisted with life-saving support due to fierce attacks by Saudi-led coalition forces.

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Egypt's top appeals court overturns 'terror list' ruling on Morsi

The court annuls verdict that placed more than 1,500 people on national terror list, including ex-footballer Aboutrika.

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Syrian rebels and Russia ceasefire deal breaks down

The Russian demands prompted a walkout by the rebels, who said the terms amounted to a humiliating surrender.

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US vows to keep Gulf waterway open despite Iran's threats

US army spokesman says they will ensure the freedom of navigation, after Tehran hints it might close Strait of Hormuz.

Iran's Rouhani

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Demonstrations erupt in Diyala and Nasiriyah following days of clashes in Basra that left at least seven people dead.

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