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Saudi arranged resignation throws Lebanon into turmoil

Saad Hariri

Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s abrupt resignation over the weekend was bizarre even by the often twisted standards of Lebanese politics.

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Climate change: Jordan water crisis 'to get worse'

Recent study finds that country is getting hotter and drier faster than previously anticipated.

Water reservoirs in Jordan

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Saudi Arabia purge widens with 'arrest, no-fly list'

Top entrepreneur reportedly added to list of high-profile detainees in unprecedented anti-corruption drive and shake-up.

Mohammed bin Salman

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US, Turkey to resume issuing non-immigrant visas

US says security situation in Turkey 'has improved sufficiently' to resume visa services 'on limited basis'.

The US Mission to Turkey

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Baghdad court rules secession attempt unconstitutional

Following Kurds' referendum Supreme Federal Court says national charter calls for preservation of territorial integrity.

Abadi

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Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman widens purge

Saudi economy suffers as a political purge by crown prince Mohammed bin Salman widens.

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Saudi anti-corruption purge: All the latest updates

All the latest updates following the establishment of a new anti-corruption committee in Saudi Arabia.

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Saudi helicopter crash 'kills high-ranking prince'

Prince Mansour bin Muqrin Al Saud was travelling with regional officials in Asir province when the crash happened.

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Iran rejects 'malicious' Saudi accusations after attack

Tehran denies allegations it was behind an intercepted missile attack near Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh, from Yemen.

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Saudi accuses Iran of potential 'act of war'

Saudi state news agency alleges that Iran manufactured a missile fired by Yemen's Houthi rebels towards Riyadh.

ballistic missile

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