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Thursday, 24 June 2021
Tunisia's new government will be revealed today, filling a power vacuum after the ouster of veteran leader Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
Caretaker PM Saad Al-Hariri said, in a private conversation, that senior Syrian officials were involved in his father's assassination
A leftist politician Moncef Marsouki said he would run for president in Tunisia
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Diplomats are expressing doubt over the number of troops ECOWAS is threatening to send into the troubled nation
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, who has been in the United States for medical treatment for almost two months, said he is well and will return home very soon
Iran has suspended a sentence to hang a woman at the centre of a global outcry about stoning, a member of parliament was quoted as saying on Monday
International observers hailed on Monday South Sudan's independence referendum as credible and well organised
A suicide bomb targeting senior Iraqi official wounds nine people in Iraq's western Anbar province
Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak is expected to quit Labour Monday, a key member of the ruling coalition, and to announce the creation of a new party
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Tunisia's military fought a heavy gun battle with members of the ousted president's security force on Sunday, and officials said helicopters were used to shoot gunmen on rooftops near the central bank
Secretary General of the Lebanese resistance movement addressed the public, following the latest coalition government collapse
Six years since withdrawing its ambassador, the US signifies its intent to work with Syria by sending experienced diplomat Robert Ford to Damascus
Hamas to announce the details of its plans to rebuild homes destroyed by Israel in the next 48 hours
Jordanians continue protests for the second day against economic policies
Cardinal Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir,the head of ebanon's Maronite church tenders his resignation to the Vatican
The region's leaders dread Tunisia's domino effect
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