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Netanyahu secures clear majority to form next Israel government
Last week, Netanyahu's rightwing Likud secured a shock election victory, winning 30 seats in the Knesset with the centre-left Zionist Union following a distant second with 24.
Libyan air strike kills eight civilians near Tripoli: US ambassador
War planes belonging to the country's internationally-recognised government attacked Tarhouna.
Britain evacuates special forces from Yemen over worsening security
US officials said on Saturday that the US had evacuated its own remaining personnel, including about 100 special operations forces, from Yemen because of the deteriorating security situation there.
Libya unity government could get first names this week: UN envoy
On Friday the internationally recognised cabinet based in the eastern city of Tobruk said loyalist forces had launched an offensive to “liberate” Tripoli.
Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan sign agreement on Nile dam
Egypt, which relies almost exclusively on the Nile for farming, industry and drinking water, has sought assurances that the dam will not significantly cut the river's flow to its rapidly growing population.
Daesh affiliate claims Yemen mass killing
US officials have been skeptical about whether the militants have direct links to Daesh.
Daesh moves west to attack Syrian army in Homs: monitor
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks the violence through a network of sources in the country, said Daesh attacked a military airport in Tadmur, a town in Homs province, early on Monday.
Iran urges world to find ‘common position’ for nuclear deal
Paris, which raised last-minute objections to an interim agreement reached with Iran in 2013, could threaten a deal again.
German tourist killed in Egypt shark attack
The 52-year-old man was killed in an Egyptian Red Sea resort five years after a a string of maulings in 2010 that killed a German woman and wounded three Russian tourists in another Red Sea resort.
Rebels seize Yemen's third largest city, protests erupt
The seizure comes a day after the rebels, known as Houthis, called for a general mobilization against forces loyal to Hadi, who had just given a defiant speech challenging the Houthis in his first public address since leaving Sanaa.
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