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Video purports to show beheading of US journalist
The video entitled “A Second Message to America,” Steven Sotloff appears in a similar jumpsuit before he is beheaded by an ISIS fighter.
Israel finance minister says land grab erodes international support
Yair Lapid complained that the cabinet had not been consulted about Sunday’s announcement of the confiscation of 400 hectares of land in the occupied West Bank.
11 Egyptian policemen killed in Sinai attack
An officer and 10 conscripts were killed in the attack that took place on a road leading to the town of Rafah bordering the Palestinian Gaza Strip.
Relatives of abducted Iraqi soldiers break into parliament
The crowd smashed some equipment, assaulted at least two staff members they mistook for lawmakers and were refusing to leave the building.
Iran president urges clerics to tolerate Internet
Hasan Rohani made the appeal during a meeting with clerics in Tehran, where he said that the Internet is important for aspiring students and experts trying to access new knowledge and science.
Obama notifies Congress of airstrikes in Iraq
The United States has conducted airstrikes in northern Iraq to halt the advance of ISIS fighters. It is also considering extending its air campaign into Syria.
UAE condemns terrorist acts in Iraq, seeks global community's intervention
UAE’s Permanent Representative to the UN and other international organisations in Geneva terrorism has neither religion nor nationality.
Iraqi prime minister pledges to root out militants
Nouri Al Maliki makes an unannounced visit to the northern community of Amirli, where he was greeted with hugs.
Saudi suspends labour visas for nations worst-hit by Ebola
Saudi Arabia has stopped granting visas to workers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the countries worst-hit by the deadly Ebola virus, the labour ministry announced Monday.
Tripoli under militia control as Libya chaos deepens
The interim government led by prime minister Abdullah Al Thani said armed militias were in control of ministries and blocking access to government workers.
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