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Egypt arrests opposition leader for publishing 'false news'
Egypt court rules to block YouTube for one month
Egypt arrests socialist activist on terror charges
Nine Russians fighters killed in Syria's Deir Ezzor: Monitor
Lebanon tells Syria development law may hinder return of refugees
Five White Helmets killed by masked gunman in Syria's Aleppo
'Agricultural terrorism': Palestinian crops face destruction by Israeli settlers
Two Palestinians killed by Israeli fire in Gaza Strip: Ministry
Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza Strip
Bahrain says 'no glimmer of hope' for resolving Gulf crisis
Qatar bans Saudi, UAE goods from stores
US lobbyist issues subpoena storm in legal row with Qatar
Egypt’s Salah goes off injured, teary in Champions League final
Mohamed Salah: How the 'Egyptian King' rules from the Nile to the Mersey
On the eve of the Champions League Final, Mo Salah's greatest legacy may be off the pitch
Baby named 'Miracle' after Mediterranean rescue ship birth
'Stateless' Palestinians living in limbo in Canada
Philippines signs agreement with Kuwait to protect workers
Jailed British-Iranian aid worker to face trial on security charges
Prince William will visit Jordan, Israel and occupied Palestine next month
Israel formally complains over Dutch comedian's parody of Eurovision song
Bombs target Iraqi Communist Party headquarters in Baghdad
Hackable voting machines prompt Iraqi election investigation
'Our voices will go unheard': Displaced Iraqis claim threats on election day
Hassan Diab case calls into question Canada's extradition process
Saudi rights campaigner arrested as state cracks down on activism
What happens to an innocent man swept up in a terrorism investigation?
One dead as Cyclone Mekunu hits southern Oman
Oman jobs protest spreads to other cities as arrests reported
The Gaza protests show that non-violent resistance will triumph
Abbas illness sparks succession race for Palestinian presidency
Palestine's Abbas recovering 'quickly' in hospital after lung infection
'He destroyed us': Haftar renews attack on Libya's forgotten city
Benghazi rocked by deadly car bombing
Libyan protesters blockade oilfield to demand better state services
Egypt’s Ramadan: Spirit of charity buried under mass advertising splurge
Tunisians protest for right not to fast during Ramadan
Donald Trump wishes Muslims a 'joyful Ramadan'
Why Trump's small-handed plan to strangle Iran will fail
Iran judge tells British woman to expect conviction on 'propaganda'
One dead after protesters set fire to police station in southern Iran
Algeria court sentences blogger to 10 years in prison
EXCLUSIVE: Sahel al-Qaeda offered immunity in 'secret French-backed deal'
Algeria's Berber new year aims to show state's approval for 'invented tradition'
Saudi releases three women's rights advocates arrested in crackdown
Detained Saudi activist Lojain Hathloul accused of being Qatari 'agent'
Detained Saudi women's rights activists could face death penalty - report
Saad Hariri appointed as Lebanon's prime minister for third time
Women in Lebanon: How election dashed their political hopes
Lebanese vote: A victory of antagonisms
Foreign mercenaries in new scramble for Africa and the Sahel
Sudanese teen convicted over killing husband appeals death sentence
Where marital rape is legal: Sudanese teen's death sentence fuels wider fight
Sudan sentences teen to death for killing husband during rape
Cyclone tears through Yemeni island Socotra
Saleh says troops 'ready to go' after Yemen's Houthis dub him a traitor
Yemen's Baha'i community growing despite persecution
Saudi House of Cards: Why Mohammed bin Salman sees rivals everywhere
Rights groups slam Saudi Arabia for 'chilling smear campaign' against activists
Saudi Arabia arrests women activists weeks before driving ban lifted
Arabic press review: US shows its hand in 'deal of the century'
Arabic press review: Qatar considers paying Gaza workers
Arabic press review: Let's go fly a kite... but not in Jordan
Hafedh Caid Essebsi: Tunisia's presidential elections will be every man for himself
'Tunisians are tired': Will long-awaited municipal elections make a difference?
'Two classes left - rich and poor': Sinking Tunisia’s currency
Baghdad cafe bombing: At least five dead
'We have received nothing': Sinjar's only school pleads for help in post-IS Iraq
Iraq, 15 years later: The fixation on 2003 does a disservice to Iraq and its peoples
What is behind Mike Pompeo's Iran laundry list?
Iran's Khamenei outlines demands for Europe to save nuclear deal
Why a US-Iran clash was inevitable