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US to open Jerusalem embassy 'in May 2018'

Speaking on condition of anonymity, two Trump administration officials say Congress will be notified of the move today.

Jerusalem

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Lebanon 'detains suspect' in Joanna Demafelis' murder in Kuwait

Nader Essam Assaf and his wife accused of killing Joanna Demafelis, who had gone missing in September 2016.

Joanna Demafelis' murder

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'Survive or die together': More than 400 killed in Eastern Ghouta

On day five of the Syrian government aerial offensive on rebel-held enclave, 403 people and counting have been killed.

Civil defence rescuers

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Palestinian killed during Israeli raid in the West Bank

Video of the killing shows Palestinian man being beaten by soldiers after a raid by Israeli troops in the West Bank.

Israeli forces

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Saudi authority to invest $64bn in entertainment

Saudi Arabia will invest $64bn in its entertainment sector during the next decade, an official said on Thursday, part of the kingdom’s plans to attract tourists and investors to the country.

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Haley: UN must end 'barbaric' attacks in Eastern Ghouta

Top UN officials condemn unrelenting bombardment of Syrian enclave as air attacks continue and death toll nears 300.

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Qatar and Chad restore relations, first since blockade

Qatar and Chad have signed Memorandum of Understanding restoring diplomatic relations.

Chad and Qatar

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Abbas calls for international peace conference at UNSC

Palestinian Authority president calls for 'multilateral mechanism' during his speech at United Nations Security Council.

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Israel jails first asylum seekers refusing deportation

Israel has jailed seven Eritrean asylum seekers after they refused to be deported to Rwanda, human rights groups say.

Protests against Israel's plan

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Hundreds dead in 'relentless bombing' of Eastern Ghouta

At least 27 killed in fresh attacks by Syrian forces, raising the death toll to more than 270 in the past three days.

Eastern Ghouta

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