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Yemen: Several dead in attacks on Mukalla checkpoints

Security forces killed and many more wounded as two car bombs target checkpoints in former al-Qaeda stronghold.

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Turkey failed coup: Erdogan supporters on the streets

President urges supporters to remain vigilant as massive purge of army and judiciary sees 6,000 people detained.

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Turkey attempted coup: Thousands of police suspended

Police taken off jobs as government continues to pursue suspected coup plotters who aimed to topple Erdogan.

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Turkey mulls death penalty after failed coup attempt

Turkey's potential reintroduction of capital punishment could complicate its bid for EU membership.

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Bahrain dissolves main opposition party

Manama dissolves main Shia opposition group Al-Wefaq, accusing it of fostering violence in the island kingdom.

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Syria: Assad forces advance in northern Latakia

Pro-government forces make advances in northern Latakia as the US and Russia agree to cooperate against al-Nusra Front.

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Turkey attempted coup: 6,000 people detained

Two top military chiefs are among thousands arrested after the failed coup attempt, with more detentions expected.

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Syrian troops 'cut off rebel-held parts of Aleppo'

Government forces reach the only main road into the rebel-held Aleppo, raising fears of a humanitarian disaster.

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Turkey demands extradition of Fethullah Gulen from US

Erdogan wants businessman Fethullah Gulen sent back from the US, accusing him of being behind failed coup.

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Turkey: Government launches purge after attempted coup

Nearly 3,000 soldiers arrested and 2,700 judges fired as Turkey begins punishing those linked to attempted coup.

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