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Yemen peace talks delayed over fighting accusations

Talks between Houthi rebels and exiled government yet to begin as rebels accuse Arab coalition of air raids.

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Syrian rebels seek postponement of Geneva peace talks

Opposition delegation is meeting with UN envoy to postpone negotiations until government is "serious" about transition.

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Syria rebels declare new offensive on government

Ceasefire in doubt as groups announce new "battle" in response to what they say are violations from the Assad side.

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Jerusalem bus explosion: 16 wounded in 'bomb blast'

Israeli police say "some sort of explosive device" has wounded 16 people aboard bus near West Jerusalem's Hebron Street.

Jerusalem bus explosion

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Israeli soldier charged with manslaughter after killing

Court charges soldier with manslaughter for fatal shooting of wounded Palestinian in Hebron, which was caught on video.

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Francois Hollande set to sign new arms deal in Cairo

The French president will be meeting with Egypt's president to boost military ties between the two countries.

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Turkey says Kurdish fighters killed in raids

General staff says PKK members targeted with warplanes and helicopters in country's eastern and southeastern provinces.

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Iraqis protest as political deadlock deepens

Third attempt to approve new cabinet fails after dissenting MPs continue attempts to replace the speaker of parliament.

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US sends nine Yemeni Guantanamo inmates to Saudi Arabia

Eighty prisoners remain at controversial detention centre after nine, including hunger striker Tariq Ba Odah, are freed.

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UN: Yarmouk civilians risk starvation and dehydration

Residents of Syria's Yarmouk camp faced with "desperate humanitarian" situation as armed groups battle for 10th day.

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