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Syria: Mortar bomb hits Damascus cafe, several killed

Monitor says dozens were wounded in attack while witness claims at least six died in rare blast in government-held area.

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Deadly Baghdad suicide bombing targets Shia area

At least 14 people killed after bomber blows himself up at police checkpoint in the mainly Shia district of Kadhimiya.

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Syria civil war: Air strikes hit Aleppo hospitals

Four hospitals and a local blood bank in the battered city have been hit by air strikes in the past 24 hours.

Victims

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Turkey investigates those who say coup attempt was hoax

Justice minister says most social media users who claimed coup attempt was "theatre" are "losers".

Turks celebrated

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Turkey detains top Gulen aide after coup attempt

Main aide to cleric blamed for a failed military coup attempt has been detained, after Gulen's nephew is also held.

Fethullah Gulen

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As war rages on, Syrian children starving to death

Medics say humanitarian aid is not enough to stave off malnutrition in areas hit hard by Syria's ongoing civil war.

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Syria: Clashes in Manbij after ISIL refuses rebel offer

Clashes erupt in Manbij after ISIL ignores 48-hour offer by US-backed rebels to leave besieged town without a fight.

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Middle East in the grips of a major heatwave

Records smashed as extreme temperatures hit the region.

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Iraq: Army to dig 'security trench' around Fallujah

The Iraqi army is turning to medieval tactics to secure the recently captured city of Fallujah from ISIL infiltration.

Fallujah

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Turkey: Erdogan moves to shutter 2,340 institutions

In his first decree under new state of emergency laws, Erdogan moves to close schools and extend legal detention time.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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