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Hezbollah commander Mustafa Badreddin killed in Syria

Lebanese Shia group says one of its highest-ranking officials Mustafa Badreddine killed in an air strike in Syria.

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UN panel warns against 'excessive force' by Israel

Panel against torture voices grave concerns that solitary confinement can be applied to minors.

Israeli administrative detention

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Report: Rebels may have used chemical weapons in Aleppo

Amnesty International report says rebels may have used chemical weapons and "hell cannon" rockets.

Aleppo

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Arrests made over Turkey car bomb attack

The blast went off near a military base in Istanbul, wounding at least seven people.

Istanbul

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Benjamin Netanyahu ridiculed in Twitter Q&A

Question and answer session with Israeli prime minister draws criticism and ridicule over policies against Palestinians.

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Air strikes target Syria's Aleppo after truce expires

Syrian regime warplanes aided by Russian jets bomb several rebel-held areas in northern Aleppo province.

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Iraq humanitarian crisis 'one of the world's worst'

More than 10 million Iraqis are in need of immediate humanitarian aid, according to UN estimates.

Iraqis internally displaced

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Over 8 million people displaced by conflict in 2015

Wars and natural disasters jointly accounted for total of 27.8 million new internally displaced people last year alone.

displaced

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ISIL claims responsibility for deadly Iraq bombings

Blasts in mainly Shia neighbourhoods mark the year's deadliest day for Baghdad with the death toll crossing the 88 mark.

Baghdad car bomb blasts

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Yemen: Warring parties agree on prisoner swap

Yemen's government and Houthi rebels agree to release half of the prisoners held by either side.

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