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Tuesday, 18 May 2021
A Knesset member describes illegal immigration into Israel as "demographic terrorism" and called upon the Israeli military to execute Bedouins who aid the immigrants with "a shot in the head"
Two years after the murder of a Lebanese army officer who cooperated with the international tribunal charged with investigating the Hariri assassination, his parents continue to wait for a just retribution
Kuwait's political crisis is tightening, with the Emir having two options, either to reshuffle the government or else dissolve parliament
President Hugo Chavez blames the US government after Washington expelled Venezuela’s ambassador
The Chinese government vowed to make greater effort to fight corruption
An Iraqi police officer was killed in Northern Iraq as a result of an attack by two suicide bombers
Palestinian president Abbas is to lay a symbolic first stone of a Palestinian embassy in Brazil
Iraq's Kurds pushed the government to recognize oil deals made with international companies as they seek more control over the resource in their region
Israelis are split, a survey shows, on whether or not to sell or rent houses to Arabs
Al-Rawabi, the first Palestinian city to be created in the West Bank since the 1967 Israeli occupation enrages illegal settlers and confuses Palestinians
The United Arab Emirates considered keeping silent about the assassination of a Hamas affiliate, WikiLeaks unveiled Tuesday
Sudan's president Omar Al-Bashir promises to help South Sudan if it votes for independence in upcoming referendum
US is talking tough in the Ivory Coast political crisis, fretting over nearby West African neighbours’ stability
Iran on Tuesday hanged a man sentenced to death for spying for Mossad
Report: North Korea has launched a crackdown on military border guards suspected of assisting in the trafficking of people and drugs in exchange for bribes
The death toll from a series of Christmas Eve bombings and reprisals in central Nigeria has risen to at least 80, bringing the nationwide toll to 86
West African leaders are going to the Ivory Coast to demand that Gbagbo steps down
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