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        Middle East

        Little hopes for progress after Syrian constitutional panel meet

        UN put a positive spin on what was achieved in the first round of talks in Geneva, but there was little progress made in drafting a new constitution.

        Iraq

        Six killed, dozens wounded in southern Iraq protests

        Iraqi security forces fire live rounds and tear gas to disperse protesters near the Umm Qasr port and in Nasiriyah.

        Death toll rises as anti-government protests grip Iraq

        Egypt

        Egypt police raid independent news outlet after journalist arrest

        Operation at the Mada Masr offices comes a day after Egyptian security forces arrested one of its editors, Shady Zalat.

        Egypt police raid independent news outlet after journalist arrest

        Libya

        Libya's Khalifa Haftar declares 'no-fly zone' over Tripoli

        Internationally recognised government in Tripoli says any threat to civil aviation is crime under international law.

        Libya's Khalifa Haftar declares 'no-fly zone' over Tripoli

        Middle East

        Palestinian factions agree to Abbas election request

        Major hurdles remain before a date could be set, including whether Israel and the US would allow an election.

        Start Here

        The Qatar blockade

        The Arabian Gulf Cup will see all GCC teams play in Doha despite the blockade against Qatar. But what led to the drift?

        Middle East

        Sudan tribal fighting: At least six killed in violence

        Ethnic violence broke out between the Beni Amer and the Hadendawa tribes in Sudan’s Red Sea state last week.

        Counting the Cost

        How mercenaries are reshaping the battlefield

        Private military contractors and the future of war; plus, Saudi Aramco's IPO and OPEC, and Google's Stadia.

        Middle East

        Egypt unveils animal mummies of lion cubs, crocodiles, cats

        Cache of 75 statues as well as animal mummies found at Saqqara necropolis near Giza pyramids.

        Egypt unveils animal mummies of lion cubs, crocodiles, cats

        Iraq

        Despite threats, Iraq's medical volunteers keep protests alive

        Nearly 330 killed since October 1, a toll that could have been higher were it not for the volunteers offering first aid.

        Despite threats, Iraq's medical volunteers keep protests alive

        Iraq

        Mike Pence on surprise visit to Iraq amid deadly protests

        US vice president's visit comes as anti-government protests in Baghdad and across Iraq's mainly Shia south escalate.

        Mike Pence on surprise visit to Iraq amid deadly protests

        Media

        Independent Egyptian media outlet says editor arrested

        Plain-clothed police arrest Mada Masr editor Shady Zalat from his Cairo home in the early hours of Saturday.

        Independent Egyptian media outlet says editor arrested

        Middle East

        Turkey offers $700,000 bounty for Mohammed Dahlan

        Ankara puts Palestinian on most-wanted list, accuses exiled former Fatah official of involvement in 2016 coup attempt.

        Turkey offers $700,000 bounty for Mohammed Dahlan

        Palestine

        Social media solidarity for wounded Palestinian journalist

        Journalist Muath Amarneh was hit in the eye, apparently with a rubber bullet fired by Israeli forces last week.

        Social media solidarity for wounded Palestinian journalist

        Middle East

        Are curbed air raids a sign of an ending Yemen conflict?

        The UN envoy for Yemen has told the Security Council that the number of air attacks by the Saudi-led coalition has dropped dramatically in the past two weeks.

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