Day: 16/09/2018

Israel and Egypt’s enduring ‘cold peace’

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While many Egyptians welcome the absence of war, they remain hostile to Israel

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‘Teargas became my daily meal’ — the endless harassment of a Jerusalem neighborhood makes life unacceptable

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Abed Sabbah, a human rights activist in Jerusalem, has been arrested seven times by Israeli authorities and jailed and never charged with a crime. He describes the ceaseless harassment and night raids targeting families in East Jerusalem for daring to demonstrate against the colonization of the occupied city.

Source: ‘Teargas became my daily meal’ — the endless harassment of a Jerusalem neighborhood makes life unacceptable

Gazans bury 12-year-old killed in Israel border clashes

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GAZA CITY: Hundreds of Palestinians attended the funeral Saturday of a 12-year-old boy killed by Israeli army fire during clashes on the Gaza border. Shadi Abdel Aal was fatally wounded Friday during

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Sanaa TV revels as Houthi militants fire ballistic missile, but

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JEDDAH: Houthi militants fired a ballistic missile toward Saudi Arabia early Saturday night, but Saudi air defenses shot it down before it could do any damage, a spokesman for coalition forces

Source: Sanaa TV revels as Houthi militants fire ballistic missile, but

Syrian government, rebels and regional powers gear up for final Idlib showdown

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Rebels and humanitarian organisations have warned that there is nowhere left in Syria for civilians and fighters to flee

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