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Al Jazeera shuts down its Egypt local channel
Regional efforts are underway to reconcile between Egypt and Qatar
Iraq says Jordan to begin training Iraqi troops soon
This is part of the international effort to fight ISIS militants, the Iraqi defence minister said
Essebsi elected Tunisian president with 55.68% votes
Beji Caid Essebsi won Tunisia’s presidential election, beating incumbent Moncef Marzouki with 55.68 percent of the vote
Four children dead in Syria school bus strike: monitor
At least four Syrian school children were killed and 10 wounded on Monday when a regime air strike hit their bus in the northwest of the country, a monitor said
Five killed as Libyan forces and rebels clash in Benghazi
Medics said at least five bodies had been brought in since the morning and that more casualties were expected as fighting still raging
630 Gazans enter Egypt as Rafah reopens for two days
All of those crossing were either seeking medical treatment or were holders of a permit to stay overseas; Palestinians studying abroad will be permitted to leave today.
Egypt human rights group to register under restrictive law
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights trustees voted to register after a government ultimatum warned those who fail to register will face prosecution.
Assad tells Iran’s Larijani he backs local truces
Assad regime refers to local truces agreed between troops and rebels in several opposition-held areas as “national reconciliations”.
Egypt allows in travellers from Gaza for first time since October
Rafah would open for two days to allow Gazans with serious illnesses to travel to Egypt and to allow foreign nationals and students to travel.
Egypt’s powerful intelligence chief replaced
Gen. Mohammed Farid Al Tohamy, in his mid 60s, was seen as a hardliner in the government crackdown against Islamists and secular dissidents.
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