TUE 25 - 2 - 2020
In the News
Feb 19, 2020
Turkey to send more troops to Syria even as talks continue
Libya's U.N.-backed government suspends participation in Geneva talks
UN appeals for humanitarian corridors in northwestern Syria
Tunisian president to call early poll if govt loses vote of confidence
ICC trial in The Hague one option for Sudan's Bashir: minister
EU rights envoy sounds alarm on Qatar freedom of speech
Lebanon: Cabinet racing against time over Eurobond payment
785 food and beverage businesses in Lebanon close since September
Devices found in missiles, Yemen drones link Iran to attacks
U.N. envoy condemns use of hunting rifles against Iraqi protesters
U.N. rights boss denounces attacks, deaths in northwest Syria bombings
Feb 15, 2020
Syrian chopper downed in NW Syria, killing crew
Why Syria's M5 is Assad's highway to victory
Freezing weather compounds crisis for displaced in Syria
EU officials push for bloc to enforce Libya arms embargo
Hariri buries settlement with Aoun, blasts Bassil
Israeli attack on Damascus kills 7 fighters: monitor
Yemen's Houthis drop 'tax' threat that jeopardized aid: UN official
Egypt confirms first coronavirus case, says affected person is foreigner
France ready to help Lebanon in any capacity: Foucher
Feb 13, 2020
Aid group urges Idlib truce to avoid 'bloodbath'
Damascus says Erdogan 'disconnected from reality' after threats
New clashes in Libya despite UN ceasefire
Iraqi authorities reopen Baghdad bridge shut for months by protests
U.S. forces clash with Syria regime loyalists in northeast
Sudan to hand over al-Bashir for genocide trial
Sudan to continue to subsidize bread but with 'justice', minister say
Lebanon: Reforms, dissociation policy key to foreign aid: analysts
Lebanon: Committee of experts to draw up rescue plan
Hezbollah steps in to guide Iraqi militias in Soleimani's wake
Feb 7, 2020
Trump says U.S. operation killed al-Qaeda leader in Yemen
In Iraq, protesters in last stand against a former ally
U.N. envoy says push continues toward cease-fire deal in Libya
Syrian army enters rebel-held northwestern Saraqeb town in latest advance
Chemical arms watchdog says Syria probe leakers 'not whistleblowers'
Sudan says no promises made to Israel PM
Lebanon: Cabinet approves plan, Diab pleads for EU help
EU calls for end to Syria bombing and humanitarian access to Idlib
Architect of U.S. peace plan blames Palestinians for violence
Feb 4, 2020
Libya rivals agree to turn truce into lasting ceasefire: UN
Syria violence displaces 500,000 in two months
Turkey hits back after Syrian shells kill Turkish troops
Iraq protest camps splinter over cleric's backing of new PM
EU envoy to Lebanon links financial aid to govt performance
In death, Soleimani bequeaths perilous dilemma for Iraq
Abu Dhabi marks interfaith effort a year after Pope's visit
Feb 1, 2020
Syrian regime nears recapture of Sarageb
Sistani condemns use of force against protest camps, urges early election
UN agency fears U.S. peace plan will spark violence
Russia deeply concerned by attacks on Syria govt forces
Crisis looms as 700,000 flee Idlib province
Algerian protests blunted without a shot fired
Hariri's political deal with President Aoun hurt his relationship with Saudi Arabia: aide
Lebanon: Deposits will not be touched, officials assure bank clients
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