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At least one dead in multiple shooting in Dutch city of Utrecht, police hunting Turkish-born man

  • Police are not ruling out terrorism as a possible motive
  • ‘Threat level has gone to 5, exclusively for the Utrecht province’
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Families of Christchurch dead in agonizing wait for burials

  • Islamic custom dictates that the dead should be buried within 24 hours
  • Dozens of graves were being dug in a Christchurch cemetery on Monday for some of the dead victims
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Algerian unions refuse to support PM’s efforts to form government

  • One of the leaders said they do not support the PM because the people reject the system
  • President Abdelaziz Bouteflika said he will remain in office until a new constitution is adopted
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Syria in ruins as war enters 9th year

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UN envoy condemns Hamas violence against protesters

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Saudi king’s stance on Christchurch attack lauded

  • Al-Othaimeen said that the world now had “an opportunity to admit that terrorism has no religion, and that everyone is at risk”
By SPA ·

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Turkey, Iran carried out joint operation against Kurdish militants

  • Turkish Interior Minister said they will reveal the results of the operation
  • Turkish military carried out a number of arrests of alleged PKK members in Turkey
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At least one dead in multiple shooting in Dutch city of Utrecht, police hunting Turkish-born man

  • Police are not ruling out terrorism as a possible motive
  • ‘Threat level has gone to 5, exclusively for the Utrecht province’
By Arab News ·

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OPEC may cancel April meet, but hold steady on oil output: Saudi energy minister

  • ‘As long as the levels of inventories are rising and we are far from normal levels, we will stay the course guiding the market toward balance’
  • ‘The consensus we heard ... is that April will be premature to make any production decision for the second half’
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Afghanistan claim first Test win with victory over Ireland

  • Asghar Afghan's men beat Irish by seven wickets in only their second Test.
  • Rahmat Shah's second half century eases side over the 147-run target
By AFP ·