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Lebanon's Saad Hariri expects new cabinet in 7-10 days

Prime Minister-designate Hariri says Lebanese economy cannot withstand any more delay in forming of government.

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Jerusalem to remove UNRWA to 'end lie of Palestine refugees'

City's mayor, Nir Barkat, says cut in US aid creates 'rare opportunity' to replace UNRWA with Jerusalem municipality.

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Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi 'disappears after consulate visit'

Dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi went to sort out paper work at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul - but never came out.

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Iraq: Adel Abdul Mahdi named prime minister

A compromise candidate, Adel Abdul Mahdi has 30 days to form a cabinet and present it to parliament for approval.

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Conflicting Saudi, Turkish claims on Jamal Khashoggi whereabouts

Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi went missing after visiting Saudi consulate in Istanbul to sort out paper work.

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Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE to give Jordan financial support deal

Gulf Arab nations will on Thursday sign an agreement to provide credit guarantees and grants to Jordan.

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Gaza: Teen killed by Israeli tear gas canister

Gaza health ministry says 24 others were wounded after Israeli forces fired live bullets and tear gas at protesters.

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Dozens of refugees drown in shipwreck off Morocco coast

A Spanish aid agency says authorities waited about 24 hours before responding to the incident.

asylum seekers

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Hodeidah 'cholera cases triple after Saudi-UAE offensive': Report

UK-based NGO says rise in suspected cases follows launch of military offensive by Saudi Arabia-UAE coalition in June.

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UAE rights activist Ahmed Mansoor appeals 10-year sentence

Ahmed Mansoor is appealing 10-year sentence over Twitter posts that authorities say breach cybercrime laws.

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