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Kuwait’s crown prince has dissolved Parliament and called for snap elections, a move to ease government gridlock that has bred popular opposition and paralyzed the tiny country for months.

A date for legislative elections was not immediately announced.

The country’s Cabinet resigned over two months ago over disputes with Parliament…

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The European Union says Ethiopia’s government must reconnect its northern Tigray region to the world as a yearlong partial blockade has left food aid for almost 1 million hungry people stuck in warehouses without the fuel to deliver it.

Tigray has been mostly cut off from the rest of Ethiopia…

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Afghanistan’s Taliban government has appealed for more international help to cope with the devastating earthquake that’s feared to have killed at least 1,000 people.

Unknown numbers were buried in the rubble of ruined, often mud-built homes by the magnitude 6.1 earthquake.

Afghanistan’s health system was facing near collapse even before…

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The rights situation in Sudan continues to deteriorate, with ongoing clampdowns against protesters and an increasing number of attacks on civilians in Darfur.

Ongoing international scrutiny is key, and time of the essence.

The military recently lifted the state of emergency and released of dozens of detained protesters, but it…

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Despite an agreement with the United Nations in April to halt the practice, the Houthis continue to recruit children into their military ranks to fight in the country’s grinding civil war, Houthi officials, aid workers and residents told the AP.

Two Houthi officials said the rebels recruited several hundred children including those as young as 10 over the past two months. Those children have been deployed to front lines, as part of a buildup of forces taking place during a UN-brokered truce, which has held for more than two months, one official said.

UNICEF and the Houthis did not respond to requests for comment on the continued recruitment since.

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Israel has threatened to bomb Syrian President Basher Assad’s palaces if he does not cease or reduce military cooperation with Iran within his territory, the Arabic news site Elaph reported late on Monday.

The Jerusalem Post was unable to independently confirm the dramatic developing story, and the IDF declined to…

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