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Yemen rebels agree to end Sanaa clashes
The rebels, known as Huthis or Ansarullah, are demanding a new government, accusing the current one of corruption.
France agrees to carry out airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq
Hollande said he agreed to Iraq’s request for air support at a meeting of his top defense and security advisers earlier in the day.
Bahrain frees rights activist Mariam Al Khawaja
Bahrain on Thursday released human rights activist Mariam Al Khawaja who was arrested on August 30 upon her arrival at the Bahrain International Airport.
Saudi Arabia may allow movie theatres
Some Saudis said it is time to allow movie theatres in the kingdom as the move will create a positive atmosphere for the youth.
Nearly 3 million Syrian children not in school
he report by the Britain-based Save the Children shows the devastating impact the conflict, now in its fourth year, has had on education and the future of a generation of young Syrians.
EU “disappointed” at little progress by Iran on nuclear issue
An IAEA report in early September showed Iran had failed to answer questions about what the UN agency calls the possible military dimensions (PMD) of the country’s nuclear programme by an agreed Aug. 25 deadline.
ISIS militants seizes villages in Syria as drone scouts skies
The United States is conducting air strikes against ISIS in Iraq and last month Obama authorised surveillance flights over Syria.
Bahrain warns Qatar over citizenship offers
Bahrain on Wednesday warned that it would be forced to take action if Qatar continues with its naturalisation policy.
15 children in Syria die after getting vaccinations
The children, some just babies, all exhibited signs of “severe allergic shock” about an hour after they were given a second round of measles vaccinations.
Obama mulling combat role for US troops in Iraq ‘case by case’
President Barack Obama will consider sending US military advisers into combat in Iraq on a “case by case basis,” the American military’s top-ranking officer told senators on Tuesday.
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