TUE 20 - 8 - 2019
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Aug 19, 2019
Sudan opposition coalition appoints five civilian members of sovereign council
Sudan to launch historic transition to civilian rule
Yemen war cut dad’s route to work, now his toddler starves
'Dozens killed' as Syria regime forces battle militants
U.S.-Turkey Syria operations center starts next week
Airport bombed by Libya's Haftar not military: UN
Kuwait says emir recovered from 'setback'
Aoun: Implementation of reforms to begin in October
Sudan's former dictator Omar al-Bashir due in court for corruption trial
Sudan: from demonstrations to transition accord
Aug 16, 2019
Sudan opposition to nominate economist Hamdok for prime minister
Libya capital flights suspended after deadly rocket fire
Syrian troops advance closer toward major rebel-held town
Tunisia electoral commission approves 26 presidential candidates
Hariri hopes for border dispute decision next month
Rights groups criticise U.N. decision to hold conference on torture in Egypt
Eight years on, Syria's neighbours weary of war refugees
Thousands march in Yemen's Aden for independent south
Yemen separatists say ready for talks in Saudi Arabia over Aden crisis
Aug 8, 2019
Turkey-US deal may mark 'new approach': Syria Kurds
UN official says 100k detained, missing in Syria
US not ready to remove Sudan from sponsors of terrorism list
Tunisia defense minister submits bid to run for president
Separatists clash with presidential guards in southern Yemen
Wake up! TDS takes stance on situation in Lebanon
Damascus rejects Turkey-US buffer zone deal: state media
Three-day cease-fire gave Idlib fragile respite
A new strongman in Sudan? Experts aren’t so sure
U.N. chief: Daesh has as much as $300 million to finance fight
Christianity may disappear from Ninevah: archbishop
Aug 6, 2019
As Ankara talks start, Syria army says will restart Idlib offensive
Algeria court orders former ministers held over corruption allegations: state TV
Airstrike hits town hall meeting in Libya, killing at least 42
U.N. probes corruption in own agencies for Yemen aid
Yazidi women must abandon kids born in Daesh captivity
Sudanese rebels criticize power-sharing deal
Lebanon 3rd worst in world for water stress: study
Berri renews bid to resolve crisis over Aley: sources
Aug 2, 2019
Syria’s govt says it agreed to cease-fire in rebel stronghold
Missile, suicide attack kill dozens in Aden
At least four killed by gunfire in Sudan protest
Syrian White Helmets: 15 rescue centers bombed by government
Algeria independence war veteran to stay in prison
Bashir corruption trial to begin Aug. 17: lawyer
Iraqi Parliament asked to lift immunity of 21 MPs
Tunisia's Islamist Leader Says Party May Eye Presidency in Vote
Libya unity govt protests at 'untruths' in UN report
5 years on, Yazidis still live with IS massacre, enslavement
Special Report: How Egypt's president tightened his grip
Special Report: How Sisi's Egypt hands out justice
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