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EgyptAir crash: MS804 recorders severely damaged

Memory units that could solve mystery of air crash that killed 66 people will require "lots of time and effort" to fix.

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Bahrain strips Sheikh Isa Qassim of nationality

Sheikh Isa Qassim accused of fomenting "extremist" sectarian atmosphere, a week after suspension of Al-Wefaq group.

Sheikh Isa Qassim

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More than 30,000 displaced in Iraq's Fallujah

Hundreds of Iraqi soldiers and ISIL fighters die in fierce battles that have caused a humanitarian crisis in Fallujah.

Iraq's Fallujah

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Assad discusses 'military cooperation' with Russian MoD

Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu meets Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during unannounced visit to Damascus.

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Assault on Raqqa: Syrian and Russian jets hit Tabqa

Tabqa, west of ISIL's de facto capital Raqqa, facing bombardment, resulting in deaths and mass exodus, activists say.

Kurdish-led rebel forces

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Turkish Radiohead fans attacked for 'consuming alcohol'

Music group offers "love and support" to Istanbul fans beaten for listening to music and drinking beer during Ramadan.

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Government forces and Houthis in Yemen prisoner swap

Houthis release 76 men in exchange for 118 freed by pro-government fighters in Taiz following mediation by local tribes.

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UAE minister denies comments on pullout from Yemen war

Statement that Emirati troops would no longer be involved in Yemen's conflict was misinterpreted, Anwar Gargash says.

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Morsi and Al Jazeera journalists sentenced for 'spying'

Six defendants sentenced to death and former president and aides given 25-year-jail term in contentious espionage trial.

Court delivers verdicts

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Iraq: Aid agencies inundated as thousands flee Fallujah

As the offensive against ISIL continues, 150,000 people from Fallujah could soon be in need of urgent humanitarian aid.

Fallujah

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