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Egypt 'investigated' Giulio Regeni before his murder

Egyptian police investigated Italian PhD student Giulio Regeni before his brutal murder, according to prosecutors.

Giulio Regeni

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Three Turkish soldiers killed by ISIL in northern Syria

Turkish army says three of its soldiers were killed in an attack by ISIL near the town of Tel el-Hawa in northern Syria.

Turkish soldiers

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UN: Israeli occupation stunts Palestinian economy

New UN report finds Palestinian economy would double in size without Israeli occupation.

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Turkey conducting 'largest ever' operations against PKK

At least 186 PKK fighters killed, military says, as thousands of teachers with alleged links to the group are suspended.

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Syria's war: Aid agencies suspend cooperation with UN

More than 70 groups sign letter saying Syrian regime has influence over UN and Red Crescent operations, demand probe.

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US air raid kills Syrian rebel commander, rebels say

Abu Hajer al Homsi, a founding member of Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, is killed in suspected US strike, rebel source says.

Jabhat Fatah al-Sham

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Hajj 2016: More than a million Muslims head to Mecca

About 1.5 million people from across the world are expected to perform Hajj in Saudi Arabia this year.

Kaaba

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Kerry and Lavrov holding talks on Syria ceasefire deal

Washington says snap meeting will cover how to put an end to fighting and further humanitarian aid for Syrian people.

Kerry and Lavrov

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US calls for release of Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab

Rajab might be facing charges of trying to "undermine the kingdom" after the New York Times published a letter by him.

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Palestinian court suspends local elections

High court decision comes after disputes between the rival Fatah and Hamas movements over candidate lists.

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