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Bombs in former IS strongholds in Iraq kill 1, wound 16

Oct 6, 2018

Police say two bombs have exploded in former strongholds of the Islamic State group in central Iraq killing one person and wounding 16

ExxonMobil to drill off coast of Cyprus; Turkey protests

Oct 5, 2018

A top ExxonMobil executive has affirmed that the energy company will go ahead with a search for natural gas off Cyprus by the end of the year

Merkel, Netanyahu play down differences during Israel visit

Oct 4, 2018

German, Israeli leaders boast of alliance even amid lingering differences over Iran, Palestinians

Chinese armed drones now flying across Mideast battlefields

Oct 4, 2018

Middle Eastern countries locked out of buying U.S.-made drones due to rules over excessive civilian casualties are instead flying Chinese armed drones across the region's battlefields

Merkel in Israel to promote tight ties, as differences loom

Oct 3, 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has arrived in Israel for the latest in a series of joint government consultations highlighting the countries' close bond seven decades after the Holocaust, even as recent developments have tested the tight ties

Trump: Saudi king wouldn't last 2 weeks without US support

Oct 3, 2018

President Donald Trump says Saudi Arabia's king "might not be there for two weeks" without U.S. military support, as he sought to pressure the close American ally over rising oil prices

Iran's rial unexpectedly rallies after weeks of steep falls

Oct 2, 2018

Iran's currency has unexpectedly rallied after weeks of depreciation linked to renewed American sanctions, sending Iranians rushing to exchange shops to cash in

Amid currency's freefall, Yemen receives cash injection

Oct 2, 2018

Saudi Arabia shores up Yemen's government with $200 million cash infusion as local currency goes into freefall

Iraq's Kurds hold elections for regional parliament

Sep 30, 2018

Iraq's self-ruled Kurdish region holds parliament elections, year after independence vote sparked backlash from Baghdad

Amnesty: Firm by Qatar 2022 World Cup site didn't pay wages

Sep 26, 2018

Amnesty International says contractor involved in projects around stadium for 2022 World Cup didn't pay its workers

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