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Qatar has joined the International Atomic Energy Agency convention on nuclear safety on Monday, after repeated calls to protect the environment.

Over a dozen worshippers were killed in a gas explosion at a mosque, with many more injured.

Mystery blasts hit UAE as first Israeli flight lands

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Mystery blasts hit UAE as first Israeli flight lands

Three killed, several hurt in two separate UAE restaurant blasts hours before Trump and Netanyahu's for further talks on normalisation.

Seven boats mysteriously catch fire in Iran port

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Seven boats mysteriously catch fire in Iran port

The unexplained incident comes following a series of explosions and fires which have occurred at sensitive sites in Iran, including nuclear, ...

Fire breaks out at Iranian power station

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Fire breaks out at Iranian power station

A fresh fire broke out at an Iranian power station, the latest of a series of similar blazes, while Israel said it is not “necessarily” behind ...

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Fire at Iran nuclear site hit centrifuge, analysts say

Iran's Atomic Energy Organization sought to downplay the fire, calling it an 'incident' that damaged a construction.

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'Incident' damages construction near Iran nuclear facility

Natanz, also known as the Pilot Fuel Enrichment Plant, is among the sites monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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Powerful explosion rocks health clinic in Iranian capital

At least 19 people have been killed after an explosion rocked the Iranian capital on Tuesday evening, state media reported.

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Two killed in powerful downtown Amman restaurant explosion

Two men were killed and three others wounded in the powerful blast in downtown Amman, Jordan.

Qatar seeks IAEA intervention over UAE nuclear plant

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Qatar seeks IAEA intervention over UAE nuclear plant

Qatar has called on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to intervene in a dispute over a $24 billion nuclear power plant which the ...

The New Arab & agencies

Former Pakistan PM Sharif sentenced to seven years

Former Pakistani leader Nawaz Sharif has been sentenced to seven years in prison for corruption.

Tourists to sue Egypt hotel, where British couple died

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Tourists to sue Egypt hotel, where British couple died

Around 20 holidaymakers who said they felt unwell after staying in an Egyptian resort where two British tourists died, said they are the hotel ...

Palestinian scientist, doctor die in 'unexplained circumstances' in Algeria

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Palestinian scientist, doctor die in 'unexplained circumstances' in Algeria

Two Palestinians from Gaza have been found dead in Algeria, sparking speculation they may have been murdered by Israeli spy agencies.

Suspected <em>gas</em> blast destroys Jerusalem car park

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Suspected gas blast destroys Jerusalem car park

A reported gas leak has sparked a powerful blast in a car park in Baka, Jerusalem, on Tuesday afternoon, with reports of ...

Explosion in central Israel kills three

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Explosion in central Israel kills three

Local media reports say the explosion took place at a store for construction material in the city of Jaffa and was likely caused by an ...

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UAE threatens Qatar to take list of demands 'seriously'

The UAE has threatened Qatar to take a list of harsh demands drawn up by its neighbours seriously or the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf would turn into a "divorce".

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Shopping mall explosion injures 37 in Iran's city Shiraz

An explosion in a supermarket in the southern city of Shiraz injured 37 people and may have been caused by a gas leak.

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Toxic clouds over Iraq 'worsening Mosul humanitarian crisis'

NASA has released images showing the serious environmental and humanitarian impact of burning oil wells and a sulphur plant set ablaze by the ...

James Brownsell

Huge QNB data leak 'devastating to professional reputations'

In-depth: Mis-labelling journalists and oil workers as 'spies' could lead to severe reputational damage, say privacy experts.

Thousands, including 'MI6 spies', have bank details leaked

James Brownsell

Thousands, including 'MI6 spies', have bank details leaked

A huge data leak, which appears to have originated from Qatar National Bank, may have left as many as a million customers vulnerable to ...

Al-Araby al-Jadeed staff

US Congress hears graphic Syria chlorine attacks evidence

A network of Syrian doctors presented evidence to US lawmakers on Wednesday showing regime military systemically using weaponised chlorine ...

Yemenis convert vehicles to run on cooking <em>gas</em>

Hamdan al-Aliyi

Yemenis convert vehicles to run on cooking gas

Feature: Yemenis take potentially dangerous step as supplies of petrol and diesel are cut due to effects of war.

Sisi mole leaks president's demands for Gulf cash

Al-Araby al-Jadeed

Sisi mole leaks president's demands for Gulf cash

Egyptian president tells advisers to seek $30bn from Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait and claims the GCC countries pay the US similar amounts, in ...

IS-held Mosul pounded by Kurdish rockets

Othman al-Mukhtar

IS-held Mosul pounded by Kurdish rockets

Peshmerga forces have continued their advance on Mosul, one of the IS group's most prized possessions. This weekend, Kurdish forces fired ...

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