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Palestinian killed after alleged stabbing attempt

Palestinian shot dead north of Hebron after reportedly trying to stab Israeli soldiers, army says.

West Bank city of Bethlehem

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Israeli settlers occupy Palestinian home in Hebron

Tensions grow after around 100 Israeli settlers forcibly take over a Palestinian home in the flash point city of Hebron.

Israeli settlers

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Palestinian dies as Israel restricts al-Aqsa access

Young protester succumbs to wounds after being shot by Israeli forces, as police renew ban on men under 50 at holy site.

Palestinian territories

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Five things you need to know about al-Aqsa

Amid growing tensions at al-Aqsa Mosque compound, MWC News explains why the holy site is a flashpoint.

al-Aqsa Mosque

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HRW seeks information on Saudi Arabia's Nayef

In letter to government, rights group seeks clarification on reports of restrictions on movements of Mohammad bin Nayef.

Mohammad bin Nayef

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Islamic Waqf gives go ahead for prayers at al-Aqsa

Israel removes barricades and surveillance equipment around holy site after two weeks of protests by Palestinians.

al-Aqsa Mosque compound

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Palestinians met with tear gas upon return to al-Aqsa

More than 100 injured as Israeli forces fire tear gas on worshippers re-entering holy after two weeks of protests.

Palestinians had gathered at al-Aqsa

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Israel removes more al-Aqsa security installations

Palestinians rejoice as new restrictions at entrance of holy site, including metal railings, are removed after protests.

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US-trained Iraqi army unit 'linked to Mosul war crimes'

Human Rights Watch urges US to suspend all support for Iraqi army division pending probe into alleged executions.

Mosul war

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Al Jazeera slams Netanyahu bid to shut Jerusalem office

Doha-based outlet says Israel leader's defamatory claims are latest episode of 'ongoing viscous attack' against network.

Al Jazeera's offices in Jerusalem

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Iran and Afghanistan top 2017 Basel AML Index

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Actors, writers quit White House committee over Trump

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Kian Loyd Delos Santos, 17, killed in drug crackdown

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Steve Bannon out as Trump's top strategist: White House

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Floods affect 16 million in Nepal, India and Bangladesh

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Suspected al-Shabab attackers behead 3 in Kenya's Lamu

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