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Middle East

Benjamin Acheampong: ‘They can’t treat us like animals,’ says player ‘duped’ out of $1m

Benjamin Acheampong: ‘They can’t treat us like animals’ Benjamin Acheampong says he has been duped out of $1m by a…

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Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani: ‘This is not Vietnam’

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has said he doesn’t fear a Taliban military takeover of the country. Speaking exclusively to the…

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Iran nuclear deal: Clock ticks as rivals square up

Iran holds crucial presidential elections in June, and hardliners who see the deal as a humiliation want to stall its…

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Yemen: The boy who saved his sister from a sniper

Human rights workers in the Yemeni city of Taiz say that more than 450 children have been killed or wounded…

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Al Ahly beat Palmeiras to clinch third place at Club World Cup

Al Ahly celebrate securing third-place play-off Egypt’s Al Ahly equalled their best-ever finish at the Fifa Club World Cup when…

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Australian Open: Egypt’s Mayar Sherif creates history

Mayar Sherif became the first Egyptian woman to win a main draw match at a Grand Slam when beating France’s…

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Al Ahly 0-2 Bayern Munich: Robert Lewandowski scores two in Fifa Club World Cup semi-final

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Al Ahly set up Club World Cup date with Bayern Munich

Al Ahly are looking to improve on their best performance at the Club World Cup, when finishing third in 2006.…

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The Muslims and Christians rebuilding Mosul’s old city

More than three years after the devastating battle to reclaim Mosul, from the group calling itself the Islamic State, its…

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Kameel Ahmady: British academic facing jail escapes Iran over mountains

A British-Iranian academic facing nine years in jail in Iran has told the BBC how he escaped on foot over…

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