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Turkey: Civilians to stay in Idlib, 'terrorists' to be removed

Turkish foreign minister says borders of Syrian rebel-held province will be protected under deal signed with Russia.

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Russia: Syrian missiles shot down Russian aircraft in crossfire

Moscow says its plane was caught in Syrian crossfire after Israeli jets used it for cover during attacks in Syria.

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Iran hails Russia-Turkey agreement on Idlib buffer zone

Iranian FM welcomes deal to create demilitarised zone between opposition and Syrian government forces.

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Fearing chemical attacks, Idlib father makes gas masks from cups

In an effort to protect his children, one father is building gas masks from paper cups and plastic bags.

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Saudi-UAE alliance launches fresh offensive on Yemen's Hodeidah

Saudi-UAE led forces claim to have captured two areas on the outskirts of the city.

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Syrian air defences 'intercept missiles' targeting Latakia

State media blames Israel for attacks that targeted 'state technical industry institutions'.

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Idlib assault on hold as Russia, Turkey agree on buffer zone

Erdogan and Putin announce de-militarised zone between opposition and Syrian government forces in last rebel bastion.

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Egypt: Archaeologists discover sphinx in temple at Aswan

Egyptian archaeologists draining water from a temple in the southern city of Aswan uncover sandstone sphinx.

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'Why were they killed?': Saudi-UAE attack hits children in Yemen

At least two children were killed in raids on Saada province as UN special envoy arrives in Sanaa for peace talks.

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Iran slams Twitter for shutting down 'real Iranian' accounts

Iranian foreign minister questions Twitter's decision while asking why US-backed 'bots' were still active.

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