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12:35, 29 May 2016 Sunday
'After two series of negotiations without any results because of obstacles raised by the Saudis, Iranian pilgrims will unfortunately not be able to take part in the hajj,' state media reported

UN refugee agency says it is 'immediately' alerting Turkish authorities of developments in Azaz, northern Syria

Abdel-Fattah Sharif was killed two months ago by Israeli soldier despite being unarmed and injured at the time

The convention this year honors the holy Quran, and speakers address everyday challenges facing US Muslims

Turkey's leadership in helping least development nations should be emulated, according to senior UN official

'Those who are our friends, who are with us in NATO... cannot, must not send their soldiers to Syria wearing YPG insignia,' Turkish president says

Rockets shot from Syria have landed at Gaziantep Airport this morning. Updates to follow

Mobile game designed to raise awareness of Gaza attack overcomes challenges by Apple over political content

'Heavy clashes took place overnight between ISIL fighters and opposition inside the walls of Marea town,' a monitor says

Supreme leader urges freshly-elected parliament to be a stronghold against ‘impudence, charms’ of nation’s enemies

Donald Trump has hit back at Trump after he said that he would "cancel" the Paris climate deal in his first major speech on energy policy.

Touting new govt ahead of confidence vote, Deputy PM Kurtulmus says it is one of 'reforms, breakthroughs, and action'

'Close cooperation between Russia, the US and EU to end the war in Syria is exceptionally important,' says Greek president

Civilians in their hundreds have fled from Fallujah with nearly 50,000 people trapped in the city as government troops take on ISIL

First time US suggests connection between two groups

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