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Top ISIL leaders killed in southern Syria
Head of Khalid Bin Walid Army and three aides died in blast that destroyed building in Shajara village just before dawn on June 8.
Jordan downgrades relations with Qatar and bans Al Jazeera
Amman announces that it has decided to downgrade, though not sever, its diplomatic ties with Qatar after “examining the reasons behind the crisis”.
The UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Dr Anwar Gargash said the crisis with Qatar is "not about regime change"as the emir of Kuwait visits the UAE for talks.
How ISIL tricked Syria’s rebels into self-betrayal and defeat
Extremists broke a tight rebel siege by using sleeper cells, fake communications and exploiting corruption and low morale.
Under pressure in Iraq, ISIL fighters and weapons flood into southern Syria
Faced with a sustained military campaign in Mosul and north-eastern Syria, ISIL has accelerated redeploying its assets, with many fighters attempting to infiltrate into the Ghouta area, to the south and east of Damascus.
Jordanian police hunt vandals after rare attack on a church
Jordan prides itself on its religious tolerance and attacks and acts of vandalism against churches are uncommon.
Jordan says ‘honour killing’ is against Islam
Women activists hope that will curb a practice that claims the lives of bout 20 women each year.
Jordan police make arrests over ‘social media hate’
Those arrested were accused of posting videos and comments on social media “promoting hate” days after a prominent Jordanian writer was shot dead.
Jordanian writer shot dead as he arrives at court to face charge of offending Islam
Nahed Hattar, an outspoken leftist and secular writer, was arrested on August 13 after posting a cartoon mocking extremists on his Facebook account.
Jordanians doubtful of change through ‘milestone’ elections
More than half say they may not vote in September 20 poll, the first to be held under a new electoral law aimed at increasing political participation.