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Iran's Evin prison, Ansar-e Hezbollah face new US sanctions

Two entities, six individuals and a technology group accused of acting on behalf of the government to silence dissent.

Evin prison

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Israel approves more than 2,000 settlement units in West Bank

Since US President Donald Trump came to office, Israel has approved construction of more than 14,000 settlement units.

Jewish settlement in Hebron

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'Shells still land in our areas': Ramadan in war-torn Taiz

Yemenis suffer from limited access to food and water during the holy month, after more than three years of war.

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Several wounded after gunmen attack Saudi military base in Taif

Two men attacked National Guard facility after killing a policeman and seizing his car, news report says.

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Syria's Assad vows to retake areas held by US-backed Kurds

United States should learn the lesson of Iraq and get out of Syria, President Bashar al-Assad says.

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Iraq's election commission annuls thousands of votes

Elections commission says a probe has been launched with 'a view to holding violators accountable'.

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Iran: Total oil company has 60 days to secure US sanctions waiver

Iran's oil minister, Bijam Namdar Zanganeh, says China's CNPC would take over if Total fails to get exemption.

oil

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UAE rights activist Ahmed Mansoor sentenced to 10 years in prison

The human rights activist was convicted of using his social media accounts to publish 'false information'.

Ahmed Mansoor

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Jordanians protest proposed income tax legislation

Members of more than 33 trade unions, along with numerous private-sector employees, took part in Wednesday’s strike.

Amman

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Kuwait proposes 'international protection' for Palestinians

Draft resolution circulated at the UNSC calls for safety guarantees for the Palestinian civilian population.

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Losing Hudaida would weaken Houthi rebels by severing supply lines from Red Sea port city to their stronghold in Sanaa.

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