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Millions of Yemenis to starve as UN forced to slash food aid

Millions of Yemenis, who are already suffering from war, may no longer be able to access enough food as the World Food Programme (WFP) has announced more drastic cuts to food aid in Yemen. The World Food Program (WFP) claimed...

Israel to hold 5th general election in less than four years

Israel will hold its fifth general election in less than four years, after the country's broken coalition government decided it could no longer function.

3 Palestinian militants shot dead by troops in West Bank

After armed battles with Israeli troops in the occupied West Bank, Palestinian officials say that three Palestinian terrorists have been gunned down and killed by Israeli troops' bullets. The Israeli military has stated that its personnel fired back in order...

No Israeli police to be punished for targeting Abu Akleh funeral

Despite discovering police misbehaviour, an Israeli police inquiry into the attack by its officers on mourners at the funeral of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh has found that no one should be prosecuted, according to sources who spoke...

Two Iranian aerospace staff ‘martyred’, reports state media

According to Iranian official media, two personnel working in Iran's aerospace industry killed in separate events while on active duty.

FBI investigating retired general over Qatar lobbying role

Authorities say a retired four-star general suppressed "incriminating" documents and lied about his role in an unlawful foreign lobbying campaign on behalf of Qatar. The FBI has seized his computer data. Former Marine General John R Allen, who led US...

Russian man accused of Alexander Litvinenko murder dies of Covid-19

One of the primary suspects in the assassination of former Russian spy and Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko, Alexander Litvinenko, has died of Covid-19. Dmitry Kovtun was one of two persons accused by UK police of poisoning Litvinenko in London in...

Around ten killed while dozens saved after 10-storey building collapses in Iran

An unfinished building collapsed in southwest Iran, killing ten people and injuring dozens more, according to the Iranian Red Crescent.

Ukraine court sentences Russian soldier for war crimes

In the first judgement in a prosecution related to war crimes committed by the Russian army during its invasion of Ukraine, a Kyiv court sentenced a Russian soldier.

Israel parliament in minority for the first time

The future of Israel's government is in doubt after a member resigns, leaving the country's parliament with a minority for the first time.
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Millions of Yemenis to starve as UN forced to slash food aid

Millions of Yemenis, who are already suffering from war, may no longer be able to access enough food as...
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