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  • Syria Kurds capture prominent French jihadist
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  • Egypt orders blogger be detained for 15 days
  • Egypt's public prosecutor on Thursday ordered that blogger and journalist Wael Abbas, known for standing up against police violence, be detained for 15 days following his arrest, his lawyer said.
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  • In Gaza, border opening brings relief and anxiety
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  • Egypt's top court orders temporary suspension of YouTube
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  • Crypto currency stunt on Everest linked to Sherpa death
  • A promotional stunt by an Irish tech company to bury $100,000 worth of a new cryptocurrency at Everest's summit has been linked to the death of a Sherpa guide, the company said Saturday.
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  • Funeral of killed soldier to take place Sunday at 2 a.m.
  • Putin, after meeting Japan's Abe, calls for restraint on North Korea
  • Florida declares state of emergency as storm Alberto approaches
  • Saudi-led coalition says foils attempted attack by drone near Abha airport
  • Turkey condemns decision to allow pro-Kurdish party rally in Germany
  • Top Egypt court orders temporary YouTube ban over Prophet Mohammad video
  • Report: Syrian army discharges conscripts after eight years of war
  • 'Fire kite' from Gaza sets Negev forest ablaze for second time in two days
  • Ya'alon: 'Netanyahu should have resigned long ago'
  • Roman Abramovich not on aliya list, says Immigration Ministry
  • Irish PM hails 'quiet revolution' as vote overturns abortion ban
  • Two people dead, three missing in Oman after cyclone
  • Five metro stations closed in Ukraine capital Kiev after bomb warning
  • Irish anti-abortion campaign concedes it has lost referendum
  • Early counting suggests Irish landslide vote to liberalize abortion, says lawmaker
  • IDF opens fire on 4 Palestinians who crossed Gaza border fence into Israel
  • Trump says having 'very productive talks' with North Korea on summit
  • Irish voters set to liberalize abortion laws in landslide
  • Dozens of Palestinians injured by Israeli security forces in Gaza protests
  • Iran pressures Europe to speed up plans to save nuclear deal
  • Trump lawyer met Russian oligarch shortly before inauguration - source

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