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Islamic State advances in Syria’s Aleppo province: NGO
Jihadists from the Islamic State (IS) group have taken control of a string of villages in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo, a monitoring group said on Wednesday.
Palestinians mull Egyptian proposal for Gaza truce
Palestinian negotiators are mulling over an Egyptian proposal to end the month-long Gaza war with Israel, as the clock on the latest 72-hour cease-fire ticks down.
Saudi raps Israeli barbarity, pledges $80 million in aid to Gaza
Prince Saud called for support for Egyptian efforts to end the fighting, saying Muslim divisions had allowed Israel to repeatedly launch wars against Muslims.
Bahrain’s Ithmaar recieves best bank branch award
Ithmaar Bank’s main branch won the coveted Best Branch Award for the first quarter of 2014.
US ready to help new Iraq leader, Iran welcomes choice
Haider Al Abadi still faces opposition closer to home, where his Shia party colleague Nouri Al Maliki has refused to step aside after eight years as premier.
Europe pledges help to northern Iraq
Britain and France dropped water, food and solar lamps to afflicted Yazidis sheltering on Mount Sinjar amid fears of a massive humanitarian catastrophe.
UK drops more aid in Iraq, readies jets for surveillance
Britain made a second airdrop of aid to refugees in northern Iraq, officials said Tuesday, as Tornado fighter jets were readied to provide surveillance support for the humanitarian effort.
Palestinians, Israelis begin new talks to end Gaza war
Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz said in a radio interview on Monday that disarming Gaza militants was crucial to sustain a long-term truce.
US urges speedy formation of new Iraq govt, rules out sending troops
Kerry says he hopes new Iraqi leaders will work quickly to resolve “outstanding issues that have been frozen for years.”
UN names panel to investigate war crimes in Gaza
The three-member panel headed by William Schabas will probe into possible human rights violations and war crimes committed by both sides.
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