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Tunisia's designated PM vows to tackle economic, social ills
 Reuters 
TUNIS: Tunisia's new designated prime minister Elyes Fakhfakh said he would form a smaller cabinet than in previous governments and combat poverty and
Three dead, dozens wounded in Iraq protests
      Qassem Abd
Libyan oil fields remain shut, testing peace summit
RAMI MUSA & Isabel DeBre| Associated Press
BENGHAZI, Libya: Libya’s major oil fields and production facilities remained closed Monday, its national oil company said, in a sign that the country’s east-based forces are not backin
Death toll from major Yemeni rebel attack climbs to 111
Ahmed Al-Haj| Associated Press
SANAA: The death toll from a missile attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on a government military camp climbed to at least 111 troops, a military spokesman said Monday, making it one of the deadliest rebel assa
Russian raids kill 7 civilians in Aleppo

Agence France Presse
BEIRUT: At least seven civilians, including five children, were killed Monday in air strikes on northwest Syria by regime ally Russia despite a truce declared by Moscow, a war monitor said.

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Lebanon: Rift over Cabinet size holding up formation
Hussein Dakroub| The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Prime Minister-designate Hassan Diab’s refusal to increase the number of ministers from 18 to 20 to resolve the problem of representation of two Hezbollah-allied parties is holding up the formation
Top 10 ways to safeguard youth and our future
Sarah Hague| The Daily Star
Lebanon has entered a year in which it is increasingly likely that the most serious effects of the economic and financial crisis will unfold. Long before this crisis began to advance in mid-2019, the country faced a
Lebanon: Campaign highlighting police violence goes viral
BEIRUT: A social media campaign highlighting police violence against protesters during clashes over the weekend went viral Monday. Angry Lebanese took to Twitter to post their support, under the hashtag “Our revolution is your eyes.”
Amnesty says new Qatar law 'curbs freedom of expression'
Reuters
DUBAI: A new Qatari law criminalising the publishing of "false or biased" statements could "significantly restrict freedom of expression", rights group Amnesty International said Monday.

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Injustice riles region, not just Iran
David Ignatius
When Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani was killed two weeks ago, his death may have drawn the curtain on the Iranian revolution that he symbolized. The Iranian regime is far from finished, but from here on it will maint
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