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The Guardian Council has approved a new law advocating increased uranium enrichment levels and a halt to UN inspections.

At least 18 of the mosques due for inspection are subject to 'immediate actions', according to reports.

Syria Insight: Idlib comes under focus after Turkish movements

Paul McLoughlin

Syria Insight: Idlib comes under focus after Turkish movements

Syria's Idlib remains a hive of military activity despite a Russian-Turkish ceasefire meant to reduce violence in the densely populated province.

Southeast Turkey shaken by 5.0 magnitude earthquake

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Southeast Turkey shaken by 5.0 magnitude earthquake

There were no casualties, though the southeastern region was shaken following a 5.0 magnitude earthquake

Australia's Afghanistan crimes weren't just a 'few bad apples'

Diana B. Sayed

Australia's Afghanistan crimes weren't just a 'few bad apples'

Comment: Australians are due a reckoning and must acknowledge that we are a state built on violence, writes Diana B. Sayed, Afghan Australian ...

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'Three dead' in building collapse in Egypt

A dilapidated building collapsed in Egypt's Alexandria, killing at least three people.

Giorgio Cafiero

Fakhrizadeh's assassination: A new obstacle for US-Iran diplomacy

Analysis: The assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh will make it harder for Joe Biden to bring Washington and Tehran to a new understanding.

Azhar Al-Rubaie and Mohammed Qasim

Why suicide is on the rise among Iraqi youths

Young Iraqis are being driven to despair as dire economic conditions exacerbate a growing mental health crisis.

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Iran's president rejects bill that would boost enrichment

President Hasan Rouhani said the bill, likely a show of defiance after the assassination of a top nuclear scientist, was "harmful" to diplomacy.

UNSC unlikely to respond to Iranian nuclear scientist <em>killing</em>

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UNSC unlikely to respond to Iranian nuclear scientist killing

Countries have been divided over the killing of the Iranian nuclear scientist.

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Saudi Arabia denies role in Iranian nuclear scientist's killing

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed on Friday after his car and bodyguards were targeted in a bomb and gun attack on a major road outside the capital ...

Saudi urges Tehran to 'not escalate situation' over assassination

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Saudi urges Tehran to 'not escalate situation' over assassination

Fakhrizadeh's assassination is a loss to the Muslim world, Saudi's envoy to the UN said, before urging Iran to refrain from 'escalating the ...

Israel warns citizens not to talk politics with Emiratis

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Israel warns citizens not to talk politics with Emiratis

Israel has warned its citizens not to discuss democracy, the royal family, or other taboo issues with Emiratis during their trips to the UAE.

Iranian commander killed in airstrike on Syria-Iraq border

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Iranian commander killed in airstrike on Syria-Iraq border

The IRGC commander was in the Syrian city of Albukamal when the strike took place.

Two dead after car hits pedestrians in Germany's Trier

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Two dead after car hits pedestrians in Germany's Trier

The driver was arrested and the vehicle was impounded, police said.

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Appeal opens against acquittals in Daniel Pearl killing case

The appeal will hear opening arguments in the capital Islamabad on Wednesday.

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Iran parliament advances law to prevent nuclear inspections

Lawmakers reportedly chanted 'Death to America!' and 'Death to Israel!' after voting overwhelmingly in favour of the bill.

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Australia PM slams Chinese tweet showing soldier killing child

A Chinese government spokesman posted the fake image to twitter amid escalating tensions between Canberra and Beijing.

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Israel fears Iran revenge attacks on citizens in UAE

Israeli tourists in the UAE could be targets in revenge attacks, according to media reports.

Exiled group rejects Iran 'lies' over scientist murder role

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Exiled group rejects Iran 'lies' over scientist murder role

The People's Mujahedeen of Iran rejected as "rancour and lies" Tehran's accusation that it was involved in nuclear scientist Mohsen ...

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Funeral begins for assassinated Iran nuclear scientist

Iran's top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated in an attack the Islamic republic has blamed on Israel.

UAE condemns 'heinous' <em>killing</em> of Iran scientist

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UAE condemns 'heinous' killing of Iran scientist

The assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientist has been condemned by the United Arab Emirates as a "heinous" act.

Iran mulls response to <em>killing</em> of nuclear scientist

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Iran mulls response to killing of nuclear scientist

Debate raged in Iran over how and when to respond to a top nuclear scientist's assassination, blamed on arch-foe Israel, as his body was ...

World should 'thank Israel for <em>killing</em> Fakhrizadeh': Israeli official

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World should 'thank Israel for killing Fakhrizadeh': Israeli official

A senior Israeli official told NYT that the killed Iranian scientist was a menace and that the world "should thank Israel".

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