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Iraqi minister submits resignation over Baghdad bombing

Mohammed al-Ghabban tenders his resignation after a suicide attack left more than 200 people dead.

Mohammed al-Ghabban

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Israel allows lethal force on stone throwers: report

Regulations revealed by rights group allow police to use live fire as first resort against Palestinians throwing stones.

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Saudi Arabia: Bombings target Medina and Qatif mosques

Four security guards killed at Prophet's Mosque in Medina in third attack to hit kingdom in one day.

Qatif mosque

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Eid al-Fitr: Saudi Arabia declares Wednesday first day

Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE announces start day of three-day Muslim festival marks end of fasting month of Ramadan.

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Kuwait 'foils ISIL attack plot' during Ramadan

Seven ISIL suspects believed to be planning attacks on mosque and government building arrested, interior ministry says.

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Iraq: Baghdad bombing kills more than 200

Anger grows as Baghdad residents accuse Iraqi government of failing to protect them after ISIL attack kills over 200.

Baghdad bombing

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Bomber blows himself up near US consulate in Jeddah

Suicide attacker killed and two officers wounded in blast near the US consulate in Jeddah, Saudi interior ministry says.

Jeddah

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Turkish ship carrying aid for Gaza arrives at Ashdod

Following Turkish-Israeli reconciliation deal, 11,000 tonnes of supplies, including food and toys, arrive in Ashdod.

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Scores killed in government raids in Syria's Jayrud

Two-year local truce breaks down after intense air strikes kill at least 43 civilians, including children, in Jayrud.

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Israel continues siege on Palestinians in Hebron

Hebron remains on lockdown as Israeli forces comb the area for assailants connected to an alleged shooting attack.

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