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ISIL used 'chlorine gas' to kill 300 Iraqi soldiers
Ghani named Afghan president-elect after deal to end election dispute
Yemen's Prime Minister resigns ahead of accord with Houthi rebels
2 killed, 3 injured by unexploded Israeli ordnance in Shujaiyya
US refuses Abbas' initiative to end occupation

UK politician suspended over 'anti-Israel' tweets

British parliamentary candidate for the Labor party, Vicki Kirby, asked why ISIL had not attacked Israel.

Abbas to US students: Don't let Israel 'drive drunk'

Drawing parallels with the US fight for civil rights, President Mahmoud Abbas vowed to present a new timetable for peace talks with Israel when he addresses world leaders this week.

Egypt Brotherhood leader Badie to stand trial

Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie is already standing trial in ten other cases in which he faces violence-related charges.

Army: Israel troops kill 2 Palestinian suspects in teens murder

Israeli troops killed two Palestinians early Tuesday it had named as suspects in the June murder of three Israeli teenagers in the occupied West Bank, the army said.

Former Malaysian PM blames US for ISIL's creation

A former Malaysian prime minister has held the United States responsible for the creation of the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL), comparing it to the country’s alleged influence in the formation of the Taliban to fight Russia in Afghanistan.

Meshaal welcomes call to continue the resistance

Head of Hamas' Political Bureau Khalid Meshaal yesterday welcomed the call made by the Global Union for Muslim Scholars to continue the resistance until the liberation of Palestine.

Israel's Mossad launches new recruitment website

Israeli intelligence agency Mossad has launched a new website in hopes of recruiting potential agents.

Israeli courts renew administrative detention of four Palestinian MPs

For the second time, an Israeli military court has renewed the administrative detention of four Palestinian MPs affiliate with Hamas.
About 100 climate protesters arrested in march on Wall Street
About 100 protesters were arrested on Monday in New York City during a demonstration that at one point blocked streets near the stock exchange to denounce what organizers say is Wall Street's contribution to climate change.
20 killed in Boko Haram attack in N. Cameroon
At least 20 people have been killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants on a Cameroonian village near the Nigerian border, a security source has said.
Armed Houthi militants deployed on streets of Sanaa
The fresh deployments came only a few hours after the movement signed a deal with President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi late on Sunday aimed at ending weeks of tension in Sanaa.
Libya's parliament gives confidence to Thinni govt
110 deputies, out of 112 who attended the vote session late Sunday, voted in favor of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni's government.
Palestinian factions head to Cairo for ceasefire talks
The Palestinian delegation to negotiate a permanent ceasefire with Israel will leave for Egypt on Monday, a Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader said.
Houthis sign deal with Yemen president, refuse to exit Sanaa
Yemen's president on Sunday signed a deal aiming at bringing to an end his country's political crisis with the Houthi movement.
Israel bans Muslims from Ibrahimi Mosque
The Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron will be closed to Muslim worshipers on Thursday and Friday, an official at the mosque said on Sunday.
Egypt court sentences five to death
The Giza Criminal Court has sentenced five opponents of the military coup to death and two others to life imprisonment on charges of "forming a terrorist cell and killing a policeman" in the case dubbed in the media as the "October cell".
Anti-Islam Bus Ads Infuriate US Muslims
A new anti-Islam advertisement campaign by a pro-Israel group has been criticized by New York Muslims and officials as "outrageous", considering the hate campaign deeply "offensive".
Scotland can use 'other ways' to get independence
“The majority of a country up to the age of 55 is already voting for independence,” Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond said, noting the demographics of the 45% of Scots who voted for independence.
45 ISIL militants killed in northern Iraq
Thirty militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) were killed early Sunday in Iraqi army airstrikes in the northern Saladin province and Al-Anbar, security officials said.
UN calls for aid for refugees in Turkey
Turkey urgently needs assistance from the international community to help it host the massive influx of refugees from Syria into the country, the UN Refugee Agency has said.
Hezbollah members killed in Lebanon blast
A car bomb exploded at a checkpoint controlled by Muslim group Hezbollah in eastern Lebanon.
24 die in Pakistan floods, raising death toll to 346
As many as 50,000 have been forced out of their homes over the last 24 hours in Sindh province, say officials.
Israeli police detain 4 women, 2 children in Jerusalem
Israeli police on Sunday afternoon detained four Palestinian women and children.
UN says Libya dialogue to start Monday
Such dialogue should lead to "an agreement on the institutional framework for and a sound consensus on, the modalities for the continuation of the democratic transition process," a statement said.
Gaza ceasefire indirect talks to resume in Egypt
Indirect talks between Israelis and Palestinians on consolidating the Gaza truce are set to resume in Cairo Wednesday, two days after new reconciliation negotiations between Fatah and Hamas, officials said.
Israeli drone crashes on Lebanon border
The Israeli army said the drone was on a "routine mission" when it crashed.

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Ex-British PM Blair urges ground troops against ISIL

Ex-British PM Blair urges ground troops against ISIL

In a 6,500-word essay published on his Faith Foundation website, Tony Blair said that there was no way to defeat the ISIL without "a willingness to take casualties in carrying the fight through to the end."
Yemen's Houthis 'close' to reaching deal with government

Yemen's Houthis 'close' to reaching deal with government

The Houthis are close to finalizing a deal, but there are still some contentious issues that have yet to be resolved," leading Houthi member Mohamed al-Bekheiti told Anadolu Agency.

Reports

Gaza teams deactivate 3 tons of unexploded Israeli ordnance

Gaza teams deactivate 3 tons of unexploded Israeli ordnance

Police teams in southern Gaza have deactivated three tons of unexploded ordnance from Israel's recent military offensive on the besieged enclave, a statement said Monday.
Iraqis Believe ISIL is CIA Made

Iraqis Believe ISIL is CIA Made

As the US rallies its allies to launch an all-out war on the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), conspiracy theories are running deep in Iraq, with Iraqis believing that the militant group is an invention of the CIA to allow the US interference in the area.
24 candidates for Tunisia's presidential elections

24 candidates for Tunisia's presidential elections

The number of presidential candidates running for Tunisia presidential elections scheduled for November has risen to 24 people two days before the deadline of nominations.