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Syria rebels advance in Aleppo city

Syrian rebels have advanced in Aleppo, killing scores of troops loyal to President Bashar al-Assad.

Opposition fighters stormed the Ramouseh district in an attempt to cut the government's supply route between the city's international airport and a large army base, the reporter said on Saturday.

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'Muslim Brotherhood' members killed in Egypt

Two members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been killed in an exchange of gunfire with Egyptian security forces in the Nile Delta, the Interior Ministry said, and the Islamist group said another of its supporters was shot dead in Alexandria.

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Iraqi deputy PM escapes assassination attempt

Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlak has survived an assassination attempt in the Abu Ghraib area west of Baghdad, after gunmen dressed as soldiers attacked his convoy, killed a guard and wounded at least five people.

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Scores killed in clashes in Iraq's Ramadi

At least 50 members of the Iraqi armed forces and seven fighters have been killed in clashes in the city of Ramadi, while two deadly car bombs have hit the capital Baghdad.

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Concern over detained AJ journalist's health

Al Jazeera has obtained a letter by imprisoned journalist Abdullah al-Shami, in which he talks about his deteriorating health caused by a 81-day hunger strike against his detention.

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Kuwait orders media blackout on 'coup' video

Kuwait has ordered a news blackout on a videotape allegedly showing former senior officials plotting to overthrow the oil-rich Gulf state's government.

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Report: Syria rebel infighting kills scores

Syria's conflict began three years ago with largely peaceful protests calling for reform Fierce infighting between rival Islamic rebel groups in eastern Syria has killed more than 50 fighters, an opposition group said, while government shelling left at least four teenagers dead in a town in the country's west.

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UN accepts Palestinian treaty applications

Mahmoud Abbas threatened to join the UN agencies after Israel refused to release Palestinian prisoners [AP]The United Nations has accepted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' request to join several UN agencies.

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Trial of Al Jazeera staff adjourned in Cairo

The trial of three jailed Al Jazeera English journalists, falsely accused of providing a platform to an outlawed group, has been adjourned until April 22.

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Iranian supreme leader approves nuclear talks

Iran's supreme leader has given the green light for his country to resume talks with world powers to end its long-running nuclear disputes.

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