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DAMASCUS: Vehicles hit by Jordanian airstrikes on the border on Wednesday did not belong to the Syrian Army, Syrian state media claimed, citing a military source. “No military or armored...
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2 die in Libya jailbreak bid

TRIPOLI, Libya: Libya’s justice minister says that an attempted jailbreak at a prison outside Tripoli left two prisoners dead.




Top Turkey court annuls parts of controversial judiciary law

ANKARA: Turkey’s constitutional court on Friday overturned sections of a controversial judiciary reform adopted in response to a corruption scandal roiling the government, local media said.



Iraq deputy PM escapes bid on life

BAGHDAD: Gunmen attacked Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Saleh Al-Mutlak’s convoy in the Abu Ghraib area west of Baghdad on Friday, killing a guard and wounding at least five, officials said.




Iraqi insurgents use water as weapon after seizing dam

FALLUJA, Iraq: Insurgents in Iraq have added water to their arsenal of weapons after seizing control of a dam in the west of the country that enables them to flood certain areas and prevent security f



Two Brotherhood members die in shootout with Egypt police

CAIRO: Two members of the Muslim Brotherhood were killed in an exchange of gunfire with security forces in the Nile Delta north of Cairo on Friday, the Interior Ministry said.





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