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Gaza ceasefire largely holding after day-long flareup

A ceasefire largely held on Sunday along a tense Gaza-Israel border on Sunday following a day of fierce fighting, but Israel remained on high alert and boosted its air defenses in case hostilities resume. Israel carried out dozens of air strikes in Gaza on Saturday, killing two teenage boys, and …

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French Embassy in Riyadh Celebrates the French National Day, with Attendance of Al-Shuby, on Behalf of the Southern Transitional Council

French Embassy in Riyadh Celebrated the National Day of republic of France. On this occasion, François Goubert, the French ambassador invited several ministers and political figures of Saudi Arabia, Arab countries, Gulf countries and European and western countries. Adel Al-Shubhy, member of Foreign Affairs Department of the Southern Transitional Council …

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In an Unprecedent Incident, Military Attaché of the Yemeni Embassy in Jordan Assaults the Financial Official of the Embassy

In an unprecedent incident that clearly indicates the low level of legitimacy embassies abroad, especially in Jordan that suffers from full deterioration, general Ali Al-Kulibi, the military attaché of the embassy, launched a brutal attack on the financial official of the embassy, Abd Al-Rahman Al-Sharabi, hit him with a stick …

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South Syrian rebels agree surrender deal, Assad takes crossing

South Syrian rebels agreed to give up arms in a Russian-brokered ceasefire deal on Friday, rebel sources said, surrendering Deraa province to the government in another major victory for President Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies. The Syrian government recovered the Nassib border crossing with Jordan, held by rebels for …

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