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ISIL bomb attacks kill 45 army recruits in Yemen

ISIL claims responsibility for bombs outside Badr base in Khormaksar, where government of President Hadi is based.

ISIL bomb attacks

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War in Yemen: 13 Al Qaeda fighters killed in Mukalla

Yemeni troops killed 13 fighters in a raid outside the city of Mukalla, which was ruled by Al-Qaeda until last month.

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Iraqi army tells Fallujah residents to flee city

As preparations are made for likely assault on ISIL-held city, residents asked to leave through secured routes.

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Monitor: 60,000 dead in Syria government jails

Most dead as a result of torture or poor humanitarian conditions, says Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

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Yemeni government agrees to rejoin Kuwait peace talks

President Hadi confirms he will send the government's delegation back to Kuwait talks as requested by the Emir of Qatar.

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Erdogan loyalist elected leader of ruling AK Party

Transport Minister Binali Yildirim is elected as the new leader of the ruling AK Party and therefore the prime minister.

Binali Yildirim

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EgyptAir Flight 804: Sisi says 'all scenarios possible'

Egyptian president says investigation could take some time but that cause of crash will eventually be revealed.

EgyptAir Flight

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Syria army commander 'poses next to dead bodies'

Prominent commander Issam Zahreddine reportedly photographed with two hanged bodies behind him, sparking anger online.

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Iraqis mourn protesters shot dead in Baghdad Green Zone

At least four dead and more than 100 injured after police used live fire and tear gas to disperse Green Zone protesters.

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Israel takes anti-occupation NGO to court

Israeli court will decide if Breaking the Silence should reveal identity of soldiers who provide anonymous testimony.

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