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Protesters try to storm United Nations building in Gaza
Around 200 people demonstrated outside the building in Gaza City of the UN Palestinian refugee agency, UNRWA, burning tyres and throwing stones.
Hezbollah claims responsibility for attack on Israeli convoy
Hezbollah says Wednesday’s attack destroyed a number of Israeli vehicles and caused casualties among “enemy ranks.”
Obama pays respects to Saudis, defends ties to kingdom
A senior administration official said Obama raised the issue of human rights broadly in his discussions with the king, but did not tackle specific matters.
Rockets fired from Syria hit Golan: Army
The Syrian fire was “intentional, not spillover from the Syrian civil war” as has sometimes been the case in the past, added Israeli army spokesman Peter Lerner.
Diyar Al Muharraq’s mosque set to be architectural delight in Bahrain
Shaikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa Grand Mosque is located on a 19,238 square metres area, and is distinguished by its unique architecture and rich Arabian Islamic design.
Egypt’s top cleric backs Brotherhood crackdown
Sheikh Allam, who is Egypt’s highest Muslim authority, said Sisi’s government has taken efforts to “apply (the) rule of law to every citizen”.
Daesh threatens to kill Japan hostage, Jordan pilot in 24 hours
A video released on militant websites shows a picture of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding a photograph of captured Jordanian pilot Maaz Al Kassasbeh.
Barack Obama lands in Saudi Arabia to pay respects
Obama leads US dignitaries paying respects in Saudi Arabia
UN halts Gaza house repairs saying donors failed to pay up
UNRWA said that the homes of more than 96,000 Palestine refugees were destroyed or damaged during the conflict.
Residents trickle back to Syria’s Kobani as Daesh expelled
An estimated 200,000 people living in Kobani and surrounding villages had fled across the border into Turkey after the fight for the town began on September 16.
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