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Lebanon needs more help to tackle militant threat: PM
Tammam Salam, speaking ahead of a visit to France this week, welcomed French arms deliveries due in the coming weeks.
Bahrain names council members
His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued on Sunday a royal order appointing members who have different expertise suitable for legislative work.
Saudi names new health minister to combat Mers virus
Mohammad bin Ali bin Hayazaa Al Hayazaa replaces Abdullah Al Rabiah who was dismissed in April as concerns grew over Mers.
Egypt to try 71 Azhar students for joining Brotherhood
The students from Al Azhar indicted on Monday were arrested in separate clashes with security forces since the October start of the new academic year.
After Syria strikes, Israel vows to deny arms to ‘terrorists’
yrian foreign ministry said it had asked UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council to impose sanctions on Israel.
Canadian Embassy in Cairo closed due to security concerns
The British Embassy in Cairo closed to the public on Sunday citing security concerns.
UN wants countries to take in 180,000 Syrian refugees
After three years of fighting in Syria, more than 3.2 million refugees are registered in neighbouring countries and with little sign of the conflict coming to an end.
Kerry cites progress, urges patience in Iran talks
Kerry acknowledged differences between Israel and the United States on how to approach Iran but stressed that the two countries’ goals are the same.
Palestinians wanted peace talks to end: Israeli PM
He warned there could be no peace deal with the Palestinians which did not recognise “a long-term” presence for the Israeli army forces in the region.
Britain closes Cairo embassy over security fears
The American government told US Embassy staff on Saturday to avoid universities in Cairo because of potentially dangerous activities.
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