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Israeli moves to raze Bedouin village spark desert clashes
Several Palestinians killed
At least three more Palestinians were killed and several others injured as tensions between Israeli military forces and illegal settlers on the one side and Palestinian protesters on the other continue in the occupied territories.
Gambia leader's term extended as tourists evacuated
Gambia said Wednesday its legislators have voted to extend President Yahya Jammeh’s term by three months, just hours before his mandate was set to expire. But President-elect Adama Barrow has vowed to take office regardless of whether Jammeh leaves. Amid the uncertainty, tourists began to evacuate the country.
China urges US to bar Taiwan delegation from Trump inauguration
The United States should not allow a delegation from Taiwan to attend US President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, China's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, raising a new bone of contention in Beijing's relations with the incoming government.
Solitary goal seals Iran victory against India in U-17 tourney
Iran men’s U-17 side defeated Indian juniors 1-0 in the 17th edition of Valentin Granatkin Memorial — a youth association football tournament — in Russia’s Saint Petersburg on Tuesday.
Iran to play futsal friendlies against Croatia, Uzbekistan
Iran’s men are scheduled to play a number of international futsal friendly fixtures against Croatia and Uzbekistan in April, said the head of futsal technical committee at the Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI).
Costa back in favor after making peace with Conte
Diego Costa could be back in the Chelsea starting lineup against Hull on Sunday after he made up with the Premier League leader's manager Antonio Conte, British media reported Wednesday.
ICRC: At least 76 killed in airstrike on Nigerian refugee camp
At least 76 people were killed in Tuesday's accidental Nigerian Air Force strike on a refugee camp and more than 100 were wounded, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (ICRC) said on Wednesday.
Murray magic at Australian Open but Kyrgios booed in stormy defeat
Top seed Andy Murray sped into the Australian Open third round on Wednesday but bad boy Nick Kyrgios was booed and accused of not trying as he crashed to a stormy defeat.
Turkey issues arrest of 243 military personnel
Turkish prosecutors issued arrest warrants for 243 members of the military in 54 provinces across the country, the state-run Anadolu Agency said on Wednesday, in a probe following July's failed coup.
Kiarostami to be honored as Art Basel expands film component
Noted Iranian auteur, Abbas Kiarostami, who died last year, will be commemorated in an exhibition of his final photography series at Art Basel, the giant Swiss art fair that holds its Hong Kong edition in Spring, presented by Rossi & Rossi gallery.
Louvre antiquities to go on display in Iran
A number of antique pieces from the prestigious French museum will be displayed in Iran, following the signing of an agreement between custodians of Iran's cultural heritage and France's Louvre Museum.
Two weeks into 2017, Mediterranean migrant deaths rise over last year
At least 219 migrants and refugees are believed to have drowned in the Mediterranean already this year, more than double that during the same period a year ago, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday.
N. Korea beats Iran in CISM Football World Cup
North Korea defeated Iran 2-0 in the 2017 International Military Sports Council (CISM) Football World Cup at the Seeb Sports Stadium in Muscat, Oman, Monday night.
Four more Gambia ministers resign, flee country as crisis grows
Gambia's longtime leader Yahya Jammeh has lost four more of his ministers after they resigned and reportedly fled to neighboring Senegal, a political official confirmed Tuesday.

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