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Iran charges dual nationals, foreigner in crackdown

The four are believed to have been arrested by hard-line members of Iran's Revolutionary Guard.

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Egyptian FM meets Netanyahu in rare Israel visit

Shoukry offers help in reviving Israeli-Palestinian talks, in first visit by an Egyptian official to Israel since 2007.

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US to send another 560 troops to Iraq

US defence Secretary says soldiers will help the Iraqi army retake the country's second largest city of Mosul from ISIL.

Ashton Carter

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Israel approves millions for West Bank settlements

Israeli right-wing government pledges nearly $13 million for Jewish-only settlements.

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Syria: Rebels' bid to reopen Aleppo supply line foiled

Government troops kill dozens of rebel fighters as they attempt to retake vital supply line, monitoring group says.

Castello Road

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Marie Colvin: Family sues Syria over targeted killing

Wrongful death legal claim says American reporter deliberately "hunted down" to silence her reporting.

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Syria: Russian pilots killed as 'ISIL downs helicopter'

Military helicopter involved in anti-ISIL operation crashes near Palmyra after being hit by gunfire from the ground.

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Syrian rebels: Kurdish PKK commander killed in Qamishli

Fehman Huseyin, a Syrian Kurd, has been killed as he traveled to northern Syrian city of Qamishli, state media says.

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Syria truce extended as Aleppo faces food shortages

At least 43 people were killed in tit-for-tat attacks between government forces and rebels in Aleppo despite ceasefire.

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Deadly air strikes continue across Syria despite truce

Air strikes continue across the country as government forces push to encircle rebel-held areas of Aleppo city.

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