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Palmyra temple destruction a 'crime against civilization'
Saudi-led coalition air strikes in south Yemen kill 20
Lebanon police ejecting protesters from ministry
Libya car bomb wounds one, damages office of Eni firm
UN envoy to meet with Libya's Tripoli parliament ahead of talks
Border agency: Migrants using fake Syrian passports to enter EU
Migrant trains arrive in Austria as crisis deepens
Turkish court arrests British journalists on terror charges
Locals: Boko Haram kills nearly 80 in NE Nigeria villages
Austria smuggler crackdown as Europe divided over migrant crisis
'Largest ever' Med gas field found off Egypt
Egypt muezzin suspended over 'Facebook prayer call'
3 Canadians, Pakistani, Nigerian among dead in Saudi fire
'A Sinner in Mecca' documents gay Muslim pilgrimage
A year on, Yazidis so close yet so far from Iraq hub
Delayed Egypt elections to start on October 17
Blast at Syria's Palmyra prompts fears for famed temple
11 dead, dozens hurt in fire at Saudi oil giant housing complex
Red Crescent: 7 bodies wash up on Libya beach
Egypt elections to start on October 17
Israel media: 2 soldiers hurt by anti-aircraft missiles
July 11, 2014 7:04 P.M. (Updated: July 11, 2014 9:08 P.M.)
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Two Israeli soldiers were wounded by anti-aircraft missiles in the Nahal Oz area near the Gaza Strip, the Israeli military reported Friday.
Israeli forces shoot, injure Gazan 'after crossing border'
Israeli settlers vandalize electricity tower in Kafr Qaddum
Christians protest 'discriminatory' Israeli govt school funding
Netanyahu ready for peace talks with Abbas 'now'
Israeli officer injured during gunfight in Jenin arrest raid
Aug. 31, 2015 | 16
Israeli forces demolish 25 Bedouin structures north of Jerusalem
Aug. 31, 2015 | 3
Photos of family forcing soldier to release 12-year-old boy go viral
Aug. 29, 2015 | 32
Jewish settlers take over new building in Silwan
Aug. 27, 2015 | 6
Palestinian congress to meet for 1st time in 20 years
Aug. 27, 2015 | 7
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