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“A scene I don’t forget until now is when [late Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s] jets were striking [rebels] while U.S. planes were hovering on top,” the 65-year-old said when recalling the uprising in his home province of Dhi Qar, southern Iraq.
Aodeh al-Tamimi’s memories of the “spontaneous” uprisings by discontented Iraqis
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Saturday’s bold reforms proposed by the Iraqi prime minister - prompted by weeks of protests
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Canada’s Department of National Defense has recently announced that it will purchase
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When motorists in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) go to the fuel pumps Saturday morning, many are
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Kurdish rebels raided a Turkish police station and fired on railway workers in two separate attacks that left five dead, officials said Friday, amid renewed conflict between the security forces and insurgents that has wrecked the fragile peace process.
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Egypt will allocate $127 million of its annual budget in the 2015/2016 fiscal year to develop slum
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“I do want to live long to see my grandchildren grow up and graduate high school, but I am hoping for the good news from a doctor that I will die soon,’” Stewart told Al Arabiya News.
Stewart argued this “sounds irrational and insane to normal everyday people,” but said other veterans would be able to relate.
“It is not that I will commit suicide or want to die, but I look forward to dying because it will end my daily pain and torture,” he lamented.
Glenn Stewart, a U.S. veteran of the first Gulf War a quarter of a century ago, has a deadly dilemma
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At least 17 security officers were killed Thursday after a suicide bombing targeted a mosque used by
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Chinese scientists have found what they believe is a massive hidden ocean hidden underneath a basin
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The ecosystem of Iraq - known by historians as being the cradle of agriculture - is under threat,
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Al Arabiya news channel was launched in 2003 as the 24/7 free-to-air news and current affairs satellite outlet. Al Arabiya soon became the news source of choice for Arabs seeking credible news and information about the Middle East and the world beyond. Al Arabiya’s reputation for sober and balanced reporting now extends beyond its natural geographic and cultural domain, i.e. the Middle East. A number of renowned international news organisations and research institutes interested in the Arab and Islamic worlds regularly monitor Al Arabiya. 

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