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Al Jazeera reporter in Yemen missing in Taiz

Hamdi al-Bokari, last seen on Monday night, is believed to have been kidnapped, network says.

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Fears grow over health of hunger-striking Palestinian

Lawyers decry court date proposed by Israel for detained journalist Mohammad al-Qeq fearing he could die before hearing.

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Dubai says electric fault caused hotel New Year's fire

No flammables found on samples at the scene of blaze on New Year's Eve, the emirate's chief of police says.

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Israel bans Palestinian settlement labourers from work

Palestinians say preventing workers from reaching West Bank settlements for jobs amounts to collective punishment.

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Kurds accused of razing Arab villages in northern Iraq

Amnesty alleges forced displacement and destruction in areas recaptured from ISIL - claims Kurdistan government refutes.

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Russian air strikes kill over 1,000 civilians in Syria

Russian air strikes in Syria have killed more civilians than ISIL fighters, results from monitoring groups indicate.

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US 'takes control' of Rmeilan airfield in Syria

Under a deal with Kurdish group, activists say US will use airfield to support fighters against ISIL in northern Syria.

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ISIL media outlet confirms death of 'Jihadi John'

Dabiq magazine releases eulogy for Mohammed Emwazi, who won global notoriety for his filmed executions of hostages.

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Israel spraying toxins over Palestinian crops in Gaza

The sprayed herbicides by the Israeli army could constitute a real hazard for the population, officials say.

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Uncertainty shrouds scheduled Syria talks in Geneva

Parties have yet to agree on list of opposition groups who may attend, as both sides seek more assurances.

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