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Middle East

Saada attack: Mourners vented anger against Saudi, UAE

Funerals of victims of the Saada bus attack gathered angry mourners who shouted slogans against Saudi Arabia and what they say is its biggest ally and arms supplier the United States.

Politics

Iran's Khamenei: No war, no talks with Trump

Supreme leader rejects Trump's offer as foreign minister questions whether US president is 'serious about talks'.

Iran's Khamenei: No war, no negotiations with Trump

Middle East

Gaza's cancer patients between siege, political failure

Gaza runs out of drugs for treating cancer patients and it's not just because of the Israeli siege.

Yemen

Thousands mourn Yemeni children killed in bus attack

At least 51 people were killed in Thursday's attack by the Saudi-UAE coalition, including 40 children.

Thousands attend funerals of children killed in Yemen bus attack

Egypt

Egypt: Rights group demands probe of 2013 'Rabaa massacre'

Human Rights Watch wants international inquiry into killing of Mohamed Morsi supporters during sit-in protest in Cairo.

Egypt: Rights group demands probe of 2013 'Rabaa massacre'

Jordan

Jordan: Attackers who killed police support ISIL

Interior minister says Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant supporters had planned more attacks on civilians and police.

Jordan: Four security officers killed after storming building

Syria's War

Explosion kills dozens, including children, in Syria's Idlib

Blast brought down six-storey building in the Syrian rebel-held town of Sarmada, close to the Turkish border.

Explosion kills dozens, including children, in Syria's Idlib

Middle East

Syria's last rebel stronghold braces for major offensive

Dozens killed in blast at weapons depot in Idlib province as government prepares to launch major assault.

Europe

Five-nation deal paves way for tapping Caspian riches

Five states sharing Caspian shoreline sign deal on legal status of inland body of water, agreeing to keep it exclusive.

Yemen

Report: Mass torture in network of UAE-run prisons in south Yemen

A report obtained by Al Jazeera reveals the existence of 27 sites used to torture and sexually abuse Yemeni detainees.

Report: Mass torture in network of UAE-run prisons in south Yemen

Iran

Iran sanctions: Iraqi merchants fear unknown future

New sanctions on Iran are complicating across the border in Iraq.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Report details deadly drone attack on four Palestinian children

Israeli documents allegedly show events that led four Palestinian children being killed by a drone in 2014.

Report details deadly drone attack on four Palestinian children

Middle East

The art of the Iranian deal: Will Trump talk to Tehran?

Iranian experts say US needs to deliver confidence-building measures for Tehran to open its doors to negotiations.

The art of the Iranian deal: How Trump can talk to Tehran

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Tens of thousands protest in Tel Aviv against 'nation-state law'

Jews and Arabs rally together to protest controversial law that affirms Israel's Jewish character.

Tens of thousands protest in Tel Aviv against 'nation-state law'

Journalism under fire

Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein spends 600th day in Egyptian prison

Hussein has been jailed in Cairo without charge since December 2016 after returning from Qatar to visit his family.