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Crashed EgyptAir MS804 wreckage finally found

"Several main locations" of debris of passenger jet which crashed last month identified by survey vessel, officials say.

The vessel

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Jewish settlers granted new East Jerusalem building

The municipal approval is the latest case of what Palestinians call efforts to push them out of their own neighbourhood.

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Kerry tells Russia US patience on Syria 'very limited'

Top US diplomat warns Syria and its ally Russia to respect "frayed" ceasefire as death toll mounts amid fresh fighting.

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Syria: Presence of foreign troops is overt aggression

Damascus says French and German special forces are active in its territory but Germany's defence ministry rejects claim.

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Israel cuts water supplies to West Bank during Ramadan

Tens of thousands of Palestinians are left without access to safe drinking water during the Islamic holy month.

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Report accuses UN of loss of impartiality in Syria

UN delivers 99 percent of aid to government-controlled territories and must "restore impartiality", rights group warns.

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Aleppo bombardment kills dozens including children

At least 34 people die including civilians amid intense shelling and air strikes on battle-stricken city.

Aleppo

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Israel extends detention of Palestinian clown

Circus performer set to be held for another six months without trial or charge under administrative detention.

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'ISIL fighters sneaking out of Fallujah with civilians'

Iraqi forces claim fighters from the outlawed group are sneaking out of emblematic bastion by blending in with refugees.

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Bahraini court suspends Al-Wefaq opposition group

The Shia group is accused of creating "an environment for terrorism, extremism and violence."

Protests in Bahrain

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