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Syrian military kills four in renewed assaults
AMMAN - Syrian forces killed four villagers on Wednesday in a northwestern region near Turkey, rights campaigners said, in an expansion of a military campaign to crush dissent against President Bashar al-Assad.
Iraq to fly home despairing Sri Lankan workers
BAGHDAD — A group of Sri Lankan laborers who tried to kill themselves after months of begging for food and shelter when their employer went out of business will each be given $3,000 and flown home for free, the Iraqi government said Wednesday.
Yemeni security forces, opposition clash in Taiz
Security forces clashed on Wednesday in Yemen’s third largest city of Taiz with followers of the opposition, which is seeking the overthrow of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Saudi reports spike in infiltrations from Yemen
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi border guards arrested more than 19,000 infiltrators from troubled Yemen in June, nearly double the number caught the month before, a spokesman said Wednesday.
Israel boycott ban law sets MPs against judges
JERUSALEM — Right-wing Israeli MPs warned judges on Wednesday not to overturn a controversial new ban on the boycott of Israel and its settlements, saying it was supported by parliament and the public.
Iran prepares for nuclear work in bunker
VIENNA - Iran is preparing to install centrifuges for higher-grade uranium enrichment in an underground bunker, diplomatic sources say, a development that is likely to add to Western worries about Teheran’s atomic aims.
Firm gifts a fleet of ambulances
to Oman govt
MUSCAT - The Ministry of Health has been presented with seven ambulances with the latest equipment and facilities which a key ministry official said would give a thrust to efforts to promote the country’s health services.
Five killed in five road accidents in Oman
MUSCAT - Traffic accidents have claimed the lives of five more people in Oman. The woman driver of a car died instantly when she lost control of the vehicle and hit a tree in the Makhailif area in the wilayat of Saham.
Five killed in road accidents in Oman
MUSCAT - Traffic accidents have claimed the lives of five more people in Oman. The woman driver of a car died instantly when she lost control of the vehicle and hit a tree in the Makhailif area in the wilayat of Saham.
Israel’s high court asked to overturn boycott law
JERUSALEM — An Israeli peace group has petitioned the country’s Supreme Court to overturn a controversial new law banning boycotts of West Bank settlements, as international human rights groups and Israel’s own attorney general joined a growing chorus of the legislation’s critics.
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