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A Kuwaiti group has condemned as "brutal and savage" a US assault on Falluja and other Iraqi towns even as its prime minister said his country feared violence in Iraq might lead to its break-up and stir trouble in the neighbourhood.

A proposal by Turkey

Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul
The Trade Bank of Iraq has secured credit facilities worth $2.4 billion from 17 foreign export credit agencies.

Algeria's exiled socialist leader Husayn Ait Ahmad, has called on the international community to stop backing his country's government.

Authorities in Somalia's self-declared republic of Somaliland have ordered all illegal foreign residents to leave the territory by mid-December.

Egyptian opposition parties and human rights groups have demanded the resignation of Interior Minister Habib al-Adli after his ministry banned a rally to push for radi

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