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UAE ruling council appoints Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed as new president

World leaders arrive in United Arab Emirates to offer condolences following death of Sheikh Khalifa

Palestinians welcome international assistance in inquiry into reporter's death

Palestinians have shunned help from Israel after Israeli security forces beat and kicked pallbearers at the funeral of Shireen Abu Akleh

UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan dies

Khalifa, who aligned the Gulf Arab state with the US and its allies, had rarely been seen in public since suffering a stroke in 2014

Lebanon is burning but election candidates ignore climate change

Politicians in the crisis-hit country say there are too many other pressing issues that need attention

Syria’s Assad calls for stronger ties during state visit to Iran

Syrian leader holds talks with Ayatollah Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi in Teheran

Taliban government compels Afghan women to cover faces in public again

The decree is an escalation in restrictions on women and girls and which include the closure of high schools for girls

Putin apologises to Israel for Lavrov’s Hitler remark, but Kremlin plays it down

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's office says Russian President Vladimir Putin called to apologise for Sergei Lavrov's suggestion that Adolf Hitler was ...

Iran shrugs off US nuclear talks as rising oil prices buoy leaders

Officials in Tehran say the oil surge means a pact with Washington is not essential

Israel demands apology after Russia says Hitler had Jewish roots

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett says use of the Holocaust for political purposes must stop

Israel strikes southern Lebanon after rocket fired

Jewish state blames spillover of Palestinian-Israeli confrontations at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque for  rocket from Lebanon

Israel launches airstrikes on Gaza as tensions rise

Fears of a wider Israel-Palestinian conflict grow after clashes

Iraq’s farmers look to migrate as climate warming hammers crops

Iraq is the fifth most vulnerable country in the world to extreme temperatures and water shortages, according to the UN Environment Programme

Saudi Arabia and UAE power on

Non-oil output gains remain intact in two largest Arab economies

New headset to analyse astronauts’ brain activity

Israeli start-up is to test its EEG-enabled helmet on an International Space Station mission

Middle East ministers hold rare talks in Israel on regional threats

Discussions focus on Iran and Hezbollah, as well as reviving peace talks with the Palestinians

Two British-Iranians released after debt paid

Iran’s top diplomat says London paid  $530m but denies link to release of prisoners

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