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Two people have been convicted in Iran for allegedly spying on behalf Israel, the UK and Germany.

The fertiliser which caused the explosion has come under intense scrutiny over the last few days, as Lebanese people blame negligence on the part of the government.

Seven Syrian regime soldiers killed in Idlib clashes

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Seven Syrian regime soldiers killed in Idlib clashes

At least seven Syrian regime soldiers have been killed and nine others injured in clashes with rebels in the Jabal al-Zawiya area of southern Idlib province.

HTS-affiliated <em>petrol</em> company headquarters bombed in Syria’s Idlib province

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HTS-affiliated petrol company headquarters bombed in Syria’s Idlib province

A drone of unknown origin has bombed the headquarters of the Watad Petroleum Company, which is the sole company distributing petroleum in ...

Saudi officer arrested for patrolling Mecca streets on camel

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Saudi officer arrested for patrolling Mecca streets on camel

Saudi police were quick to arrest a security officer for patrolling the streets of Mecca on a camel, videos circulating online showed.

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Iran executes man convicted of spying for CIA, Mossad

"Mahmoud Mousavi Majd's sentence was carried out on Monday morning over the charge of espionage so that the case of his betrayal to his country will be closed forever."

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Iran must quash death sentences against protesters: UN experts

A group of UN experts urged Iran not to execute three men whose death sentences sparked widespread outrage.

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Trump warns Iran against execution of three over protests

President Trump called the expected execution of three Iranians over anti-government protests a 'terrible signal to the world'.

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Internet disrupted in Iran after online anti-death penalty campaign

Iran experienced internet disruptions after an online campaign against Iran's death penalty went viral.

Iran executes man convicted of spying for CIA: judiciary

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Iran executes man convicted of spying for CIA: judiciary

Reza Asgari, an Iranian citizen who had formerly worked at the defence ministry's aerospace division, was executed last week, according the ...

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Fuel crisis in Houthi-controlled Yemen puts millions at risk

Yemen's Houthi-controlled areas are facing a devastating fuel crisis that threatens to impact clean water supplies, hospital operations and ...

Blaze rips through Sanaa residential area

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Blaze rips through Sanaa residential area

At least six homes have been partially or severely damage after a fire ignited at a neighbouring black market fuel trader's home in a populated ...

Protests rage across Lebanon as currency hits new low

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Protests rage across Lebanon as currency hits new low

The Lebanese pound tumbled to more than 6,000 to the dollar on the black market Thursday, sparking protests which have now engulfed the country.

Mohamed Salah 'paid for everyone's <em>petrol</em>' at Liverpool garage

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Mohamed Salah 'paid for everyone's petrol' at Liverpool garage

Football legend Mo Salah reportedly 'paid for everyone's petrol' at a Sainsbury's in Liverpool.

Iran to execute spy 'who helped US target Soleimani'

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Iran to execute spy 'who helped US target Soleimani'

Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was convicted of spying on Iran's armed forces "especially the movements of martyr General Qassem Soleimani" for large sums ...

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Production resumes at second Libya oil field

Libya's National Oil Company said it had restarted production at Al-Fil oil field, closed since January by the forces of eastern military strongman Khalifa Haftar.

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Theft behind Saudi mosques' recent hefty electricity bills

Saudi mosques are being given hefty electricity bills due to theft.

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Iran says 230 killed in November protests: state media

International observers place the death toll in the crackdown between 300 and 1,500.

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Iran calls on US to 'stop violence' against protesters

Washington should 'let its people breathe', Tehran said in a message backing the protests engulfing the US.

Iran suggests up to 225 killed in November protests

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Iran suggests up to 225 killed in November protests

Officials in Iran have yet to issue an overall death toll for the unrest, while London-based human rights group Amnesty International has put ...

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Twelve injured as car hits hijab shop in Sydney

Over a dozen people have been injured in a car crash in Sydney, after a car was driven into a Hijab shop.

Iran forces killed 220 protesters in two days: Amnesty

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Iran forces killed 220 protesters in two days: Amnesty

Iran's security forces killed over 220 people over the span of two days during protests that shook the country in November 2019, Amnesty ...

Iran warns US against 'piracy' on Venezuela fuel shipment

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Iran warns US against 'piracy' on Venezuela fuel shipment

Iran and the US are at odds over a shipment of fuel to Venezuela, as both countries suffer under crippling sanctions.

Lebanon announces flights out for crisis-hit foreign workers

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Lebanon announces flights out for crisis-hit foreign workers

Lebanon has begun organizing return trips for migrant workers wishing to return to their countries of origin amid a biting economic crisis ...

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