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Trump hosts Ukrainian president, extends sanctions on Russia
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday hosted Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in the White House as the U.S. Department of Treasury sanctioned more Russians over the Crimea conflict.
Gulf system upgraded to Tropical Storm Cindy
The National Hurricane Center on Tuesday afternoon upgraded a weather system in the Gulf of Mexico to Tropical Storm Cindy.
Shinzo Abe approval rating falls as Japan scandal grows
A scandal involving the Japanese prime minister and a veterinary school operated by his close friend is leading to higher disapproval ratings for Shinzo Abe, the latest polls show.
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Court adjourns hearings into killing of 3 U.S. soldiers
A military court Tuesday heard testimony from a prosecution witness in an open session in the trial of an officer who killed three US soldiers in a shootout at an airbase in Jafer in 2016.
Suspect shot after explosion at Brussels train station, officials say
One suspect was shot by police in Belgium on Tuesday night after a small explosion at the main train station in Brussels, authorities said.
Police: 58 missing and presumed dead in London apartment fire
Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy announced Saturday that 58 people are missing and presumed dead after the fire at Grenfell Tower in London, England.
Jordan backs ceasefire in southern Syria
Jordan on Saturday said it backs a temporary ceasefire announced in southern Syria today and voiced hope that all warring parties abide by the agreement.
Seven U.S. soldiers wounded in attack at base in north Afghanistan
Authorities say an Afghan solider attacked and wounded U.S. soldiers at a military base on Saturday.
Defense Secretary Mattis to senators: 'We are not winning in Afghanistan'
Defense Secretary James Mattis had strong words for a Senate committee Tuesday: The United States and its allies "are not winning in Afghanistan right now."
King holds talks with Amir of Kuwait on ties, Mideast issues
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Amir of Kuwait His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on Tuesday held talks focusing on cooperation between the two countries and the latest developments in the region.
Gulf air embargo only applies to Qatar airlines
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain have imposed an air embargo on airlines from Qatar or registered there, the three countries said Tuesday in a joint statement.
Two doctors attacked by patient's relatives
Two doctors attacked by patient's relatives
AG Sessions: Accusations of Russia collusion 'appalling'
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday thoroughly dismissed the notion that President Donald Trump's campaign partnered in any way with the Russian government last fall to tilt the election in his favor.
5 infiltrators killed in clash on northern border
Border Guard forces killed five people and arrested two others during attempts to infiltrate the Jordanian border from Syria, according to a statement by the Jordan Armed Forces- Arab Army Command Headquarters.
U.S.-backed forces seize western part of Raqqa, Syria
A U.S.-backed militia seized the western district of Raqqa from the Daash, two days after taking an eastern part of the city.
King chairs meeting on national human resources development strategy
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Sunday chaired a meeting to follow up on the implementation of the National Strategy for Human Resources Development 2016-2025.
Gadhafi's son Saif freed from prison in Libya
Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, the son of the slain Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and the heir apparent until the ruler was deposed in 2011, was released from prison, according to militants who control the facility.
Royal decree summons parliament into session
A Royal Decree was issued Sunday summoning parliament to meet in an extraordinary session as of July 4 to pass a set of key legislations.
British PM May reaches deal with Northern Ireland party
Northern Ireland's Democratic Union Party said it reached a deal with Britain's Conservative Party to keep Prime Minister Theresa May in power.
Qatar blockade: US urges Gulf states to ease restrictions
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Gulf countries must ease the blockade on Qatar, which is accused by Arab neighbours of funding terrorism.
Yemen cholera cases pass 100,000 amid 'unprecedented' epidemic
The number of suspected cases of cholera resulting from a severe outbreak in Yemen has passed 100,000, the World Health Organization says.