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Iranian President Rouhani's brother 'released on bail'

The brother of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been released after being detained for two days by police, Iranian media…

Israelis injured in gun attack near Jerusalem holy site

Three Israelis have been injured after attackers opened fire on policemen near the holiest site to Jews and Muslims in…

Japan to Raise Crude Storage Capacity for Saudi Aramco in Okinawa

The Japanese government is preparing to raise the crude storage capacity that it lends to state-owned Saudi Aramco by 1.9…

Qatar condemns Saudi refusal to negotiate over demands

Qatar's foreign minister has condemned its Gulf neighbours for refusing to negotiate over their demands for restoring air, sea and…

Qatar buys F-15 fighter planes in billion-dollar US deal

Qatar has signed a $12bn deal to buy F-15 fighters jets from the US. The sale was finalised at a…

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Mosul battle: IS kills 230 fleeing civilians, says UN

The UN has received reports that 231 Iraqi civilians have been killed by so-called Islamic State while attempting to flee…

Qatar ships cargo via Oman to bypass Gulf restrictions

Qatar says it has begun shipping cargo through Oman to bypass restrictions imposed by other Gulf states.

Netanyahus win libel case over car row in convoy story

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, have won a libel case against a journalist who claimed Mrs…

Raqqa: US-backed forces advance in IS 'capital'

US-backed Syrian forces have advanced into the western part of so-called Islamic State's "capital" of Raqqa, they and a monitor…