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Egypt says security forces killed 450 fighters in Sinai peninsula

Army spokesman said more than 1,200 explosives devices, 1,900 vehicles were destroyed as part of operation 'Sinai 2018'.

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Israeli bulldozers enter Khan al-Ahmar in advance of demolition

At least three bulldozers enter Palestinian Bedouin village, home to 180 people, before a planned demolition.

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Erdogan: Materials in Saudi consulate may have been painted over

Turkish president says investigators looked for 'toxic materials' in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Khashoggi probe.

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Palestine denounces illegal Israeli settlement plan in Hebron

PA calls plans to build 31 homes in Hebron - the first since 2002 - a declaration of 'new war against Palestinians'.

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UAE charges British academic Matthew Hedges with spying

British doctoral student faces UAE trial for 'jeopardising the military, political and economic security of the state'.

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Turkish prosecutors 'find evidence of Jamal Khashoggi killing'

Turkish Attorney General's office says search team find evidence that 'supports belief' missing writer was killed.

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Mohammed bin Salman: The dark side of Saudi Arabia's crown prince

Touted as Saudi Arabia's progressive reformer, Mohammed bin Salman has an ominous human rights record.

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Egypt sentences three to death for attacks on police

Cairo court found three men guilty of forming an armed group and carrying out string of attacks on Egyptian policemen.

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Jordan PM reshuffles cabinet as IMF reforms come into focus

Omar al-Razzaz, a former World Bank economist, looks to revive stagnant economic growth and cut public expenditure.

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UK, France and Germany call for 'credible' Khashoggi probe

Three countries say those responsible for Khashoggi's disappearance and suspected death must be 'held to account.'

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