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Deadly shooting rocks East Jerusalem

Three Palestinian men shot and killed by Israeli police after shooting incident that left a female police officer dead.

Israeli police

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Saudi Arabia: Egyptian among al-Ahsa mosque bombers

Two men attacked Shia mosque during Friday prayers, killing four and wounding another 33 people.

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ISIL suicide bomber kills Iraqi troops near Ramadi

At least 18 soldiers killed in latest ISIL attack against Iraqi forces in Anbar province's capital.

Ramadi's Shujirayah, troops

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Syrian army launches Aleppo offensive amid Geneva talks

Backed by Russian air strikes, government forces capture strategic towns north of Aleppo as talks resume in Switzerland.

Geneva talks

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Newborns dying amid siege on Yemeni city

Camel caravans are being used to smuggle medical necessities, including oxygen cylinders, into besieged Taiz.

Camel caravans

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UN voices concern over stalled Israel-Palestine talks

UN secretary-general says the opportunity for a two-state solution is quickly disappearing amid lack of negotiations.

Ban Ki-moon meets with Benjamin Netanyahu

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Palestinian shot dead after alleged stabbing attack

Israeli forces kill Palestinian near the Salit settlement, south of Tulkarem, in the occupied West Bank.

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Egypt detains Somali refugee child for six months

Of at least 25 child refugees being held, Youssef Aden has served far longer than the average detention period.

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Coalition battling rebels in Yemen to probe abuses

Coalition says a commission of inquiry is to investigate possible abuses against civilians in the Yemen conflict.

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War crimes should not be part of any Syria amnesty: UN

UN human rights chief says that crimes against humanity must be prosecuted as fraught talks over war continue in Geneva.

Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein

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