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Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Picture: REUTERS

Diplomats resume Iran nuclear discussions

If a deal is reached, Iran could add its stockpiles into an oversupplied oil market where prices have fallen more than 50% since June

Israeli PM lashes out as Iran nuclear talks intensify

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Picture: REUTERS

Benjamin Netanyahu issues dire warning saying the ‘Iran-Lausanne-Yemen axis’ is ‘dangerous for all of humanity’

Investors’ gaze fixed on drug maker’s next move

Erez Vigodman, chief executive officer of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. Picture: BLOOMBERG

Market awaits what deal Teva will brew as court embargo on rivals nears end, writes Gabrielle Coppola

High stakes for Riyadh in campaign in Yemen

King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud. Picture: AFP

Success would establish Riyadh as de facto leader of the region’s Sunni states, but failure could see it sidelined

Syrian military accuses Turkey of backing Islamist rebels in capture of Idlib

Rebel fighters pose carrying Ahrar Al-Sham, Free Syrian Army and Nusra front flags in Idlib city, after they took control of the area at the weekend. Picture:  REUTERS/AMMAR ABDALLAH

President Bashar Assad calls Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan a ‘Muslim Brotherhood fanatic’ who directly supports al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front and allies in battle for Syria


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