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Iran says its naval vessels have reached the Atlantic for the first time

An Iranian navy destroyer ship has reached the Atlantic Ocean, Iran's deputy army commander, Admiral Habibullah Sayyari said, according to official news agency IRNA.

Process to replace Netanyahu drags out as Israeli security chief warns violence could follow

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies are dragging out the political process, seeking to undermine a new government set to remove him from power, as the head of the Israel Security Agency warned of incitement to violence in the charged environment.

Israeli opposition parties strike coalition deal, paving the way for Netanyahu’s exit

A coalition of Israeli political parties announced Wednesday night they had agreed ‚Äčto a deal to form a new government, paving the way for the exit of Israel's longest serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

Israeli opposition parties strike coalition deal, paving the way for Netanyahu’s exit

A coalition of Israeli political parties announced Wednesday night they had agreed ‚Äčto a deal to form a new government, paving the way for the exit of Israel's longest serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

One of Iran’s biggest navy ships sinks after catching fire

One of the largest vessels in the Iranian navy has caught fire and sank in the Gulf of Oman, according to the country's semi-official Fars News Agency.

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Benjamin Netanyahu, the longest-serving Israeli prime minister in history, might soon find himself out of power.

Erdogan inaugurates major new mosque in heart of Istanbul

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated an imposing new mosque in Istanbul on Friday, fulfilling a decades-old goal and stamping a religious identity on the landmark Taksim Square in the heart of Turkey's largest city.

A deadly raid shows the Taliban hasn’t cut ties with al Qaeda, despite promise to US

A raid on a remote village in Afghanistan kills an ageing al Qaeda leader wanted by the FBI. Messages to the group's cells around the world are seized. Two drone strikes on militants in northwest Syria swiftly follow.

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It seems like every week we're finding new uses for drones. Here's some of the most interesting out there today.

Two stabbed near Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, attacker shot and killed

An attacker stabbed two men near Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood on Monday, according to Israeli police, wounding them before being shot and killed by police officers.

Israel and Palestinian militant group Hamas agree to a ceasefire

A senior Hamas leader and Israel's Security Cabinet have confirmed that a mutual ceasefire deal has been agreed.

Israel and Palestinians brace for day of protests after first night without Gaza rocket fire in a week

Israel and the Palestinian territories were bracing for a potentially tense day of protests and strikes Tuesday, as both sides prepare to bury the victims of the deadliest violence the region has seen in years.

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Heat deaths in the UK could triple to 7,000 per year without more climate action, report warns

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Saudi Arabia executes man who allegedly committed crimes as a minor

Saudi Arabia has executed a 26-year-old man for crimes related to governmental rioting that he allegedly committed while he was a minor, rights groups Amnesty International and Reprieve said, condemning the execution.

Ward describes ‘uncomfortable’ photo op between Biden and Putin

CNN anchors react to the photo op with President Biden and President Putin as they begin their meeting in Geneva.