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1.25 million face starvation in conflict-torn S Sudan: Report

 More than a million people are “dying of hunger” in South Sudan, which has been grappling with more than four years of violence, an official ... Full story

Princes and former ministers detained in Saudi Arabia corruption probe

 Eleven princes, four sitting ministers and ‘tens’ of former ministers have been arrested on orders from the new anti-corruption committee headed by Crown Prince Mohammed ... Full story

IOM reports nearly 5,000 refugee deaths in 2017

 The International Organization for Migration (IOM), a subsidiary UN agency, says nearly 5,000 refugees, or 16 people a day, have died this year amid ongoing ... Full story

Saudi jets kill more civilians in Sa’ada after hotel carnage

 At least seven Yemeni civilians have lost their lives after Saudi military aircraft bombed the northwestern province of Sa’ada, which was the scene of a ... Full story

Daesh militants bribed Kurdish forces to flee Hawijah: Iraqi commanders

 Iraqi army commanders say Kurdish Peshmerga forces have helped members of the Daesh Takfiri militant group and their families escape the town of Hawijah prior ... Full story

Turkey resumes mass trial of 221 ‘coup ringleaders’

 Turkey has reopened a mass trial of 221 suspects over their alleged involvement in a failed July 2016 coup against the government of President Recep ... Full story

Military intervention in Qatar will cause regional chaos: Emir

 Qatari Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has warned that any military action against the Persian Gulf country will plunge the region into chaos as ... Full story

Federal Iraqi forces peacefully retake Kurdistan borders after deal with Iraqi Kurds

 Federal Iraqi forces have peacefully taken control of all border crossings ringing the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) following an agreement with Kurdish authorities. A reported ... Full story

Mattis in South Korea amid US 'aggressive deployment'

 South Korea defends the “aggressive deployment” of US strategic assets on the Korean Peninsula as Pentagon chief James Mattis visits the heavily fortified border between ... Full story

Turkey, Greece foreign ministers plan to meet over refugees

 The foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece are expected to meet and discuss a rise in the number of refugees who illegally cross Turkey into ... Full story

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