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Bombs at Cairo University hit riot police, 2 dead
Two bombs exploded Wednesday outside the Cairo University’s engineering faculty, killing at least two people, a civilian and a senior police officer, security officials said.
Lebanon army expands operation in restive Tripoli
Lebanese troops on Wednesday moved into a restive Sunni area in northern Tripoli, in the second stage of a plan aimed at quelling deadly Syria-linked violence, a security source said.
Kuwait urged to probe torture claims of detained bidoon
Human Rights Watch called on Kuwait Wednesday to investigate allegations of police torture of three stateless men detained for taking part in protests.
South Sudan’s president to travel to Khartoum for summit
War-torn South Sudan’s president is expected in Sudan on Saturday for a one-day summit, official media reported, after Khartoum warned of a threat to peace in the disputed Abyei border area.
Israel moving forward with settlement homes
A settlement watchdog group says Israel is pushing forward with plans to build more than 700 homes in a Jewish enclave of east Jerusalem.
Four killed in clashes between Yemeni soldiers and Al Qaeda
Two Yemeni soldiers and two Al Qaeda militants were killed on Tuesday during clashes in Yemen’s western province of Al-Hadida, ministry of interior said on its website.
Bapco holds 4th annual kids art competition
Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) recently held its “4th Annual Kids Art Competition”. The activity was held in the wake of the remarkable success achieved in the past three years.
Suicide attack kills 5 soldiers in Iraq
Iraqi officials say a suicide car bomber has struck a military convoy north of Baghdad, killing five soldiers.
Official: Deal emerging on Mideast talks extension
An official close to the Mideast peace talks says a deal is emerging to extend the troubled negotiations. It includes the release of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard in exchange for 400 Palestinian prisoners.
More than 150,000 killed in Syria conflict: NGO
More than 150,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011, a monitoring group said in a new toll released Tuesday.
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