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01:56, 22 July 2017 Saturday
Cavusoglu speaks with Palestinian counterpart on the phone over developments in Jerusalem

Following deadly shootout last week, Israel placed metal detectors at entrance to mosque compound, outraging Palestinians

Turkish president blasts German economy minister’s remarks 'aimed at frightening companies investing' in Turkey

Countries sign deals on energy, industry and trade

Replaces earlier story 'Israeli police restrict entry of Muslims to Al-Aqsa'

UN spokesman says 1,140 children have been killed since 2015

President will seek to resolve crisis among Gulf countries during visit to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar

‘We are encouraging both sides to not take any actions that would potentially escalate tensions, spokeswoman says

Johnson, a leading campaigner for Britain to quit the European Union, also pledged London will "build a fantastic relationship with our friends and partners in the EU" after talks with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida in Tokyo. 

Nationwide demonstrations in Turkey planned for after Friday prayers  

No casualties reported in Turkey

Senate approval required for John Bass’ reassignment

South African Muslim leaders and civil rights groups condemn closure of Al-Aqsa Mosque

56-year-old Turkish national arrested over suspected financing of terror group  

At the end of a 10-day mission to Mozambique, IMF officials expressed dissatisfaction with continuing uncertainty about debts built up by state-owned companies from loans by foreign banks including Credit Suisse.

36 injured by rubber bullets, says Palestinian Red Crescent