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Pelosi, other US lawmakers arrive in Jordan for meetings on Syria

By Dom Calicchio

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers announced late Saturday U.S. time that they had arrived in Jordan for meetings with King Abdullah II and other officials regarding the situation in Syria.

Iran oil tanker damage from apparent missile attack captured in new photos

By Stephen Sorace

Images released Monday showed a pair of gaping holes in the hull of an Iranian oil tanker that Tehran says was hit by two missiles off the coast of Saudi Arabia in a mysterious attack last week that threatened to ratchet up tensions even more between the regional adversaries.

Displaced 'ISIS-supporting women' revolt in Syria border camp as Turkish incursion gains momentum

By Hollie McKay

It was a chillingly familiar sight for Syrian-Kurds in the north-eastern slice of their conflict-ripped country: civilians stuffing themselves into vehicles and running on calloused feet with little more than the clothes on their back, fleeing the border towns.

At least 31 dead in Iraq as anti-government protests grip country

By Bradford Betz

At least 31 people in Iraq have been killed and hundreds more wounded after three days of clashing between anti-government demonstrators and Iraqi security forces.

Netanyahu's chief rival, Gantz, rejects PM's appeal for unity government in Israel

By Talia Kaplan

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's direct rival, Benny Gantz, rejected the leader’s appeal to form a unity government on Thursday as the country’s two main political parties remained deadlocked at the end of an unprecedented second election, with the prospect of a third looming.

Taliban violence in Afghanistan ramps up as suicide bomb kills at least 20

By Lucia Suarez Sang

The Taliban continued with their nearly daily attacks in Afghanistan early Thursday morning when a suicide truck bomb detonated at a hospital in a southern region of the country, killing as many as 20 people and wounded nearly 100 more.

Netanyahu appeals to direct rival to form unity government as prospect of third election looms

By Stephen Sorace

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appealed to his direct rival to form a unity government as the country’s two main parties remained deadlocked at the end of an unprecedented second election, with the prospect of a third looming Thursday.

Trump says he and Netanyahu discussed possible US-Israeli defense treaty

By Robert Gearty

President Trump said he spoke Saturday to Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the possibility of a “mutual defense treaty” between the two nations—just days before Israeli voters go to the polls to decide the fate of the embattled leader.

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