News Roundup: UN launches probe into Khashoggi muder, Kurdish protesters attack Turkish military base in Iraq, and Tunisian Prime Minister Chahed to lead new party

In this week’s roundup of news in the Middle East and North Africa: the UN launches a probe into the October 2018 murder of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents in Istanbul, Kurdish protesters attack a Turkish military base in Iraqi Kurdistan over Turkish military operations in Iraqi territory, and Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed set to lead new Tahya Tounes party.

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Weekly Roundup: US Senate advances vote on war in Yemen as belligerents prepare for peace talks, Israeli police charge Netanyahu and wife with corruption, and Astana talks fail to advance Syria constitutional convention plans

US Senate advances Yemen vote as belligerents prepare for peace talks, Israeli police charge Netanyahu and wife with corruption for third time, and Astana talks fail to realize Syria constitutional convention plans

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Weekly Roundup: Syrian activist Raed Fares murdered in Idlib, Saudi Arabia accused of torturing female detainees, and Tunisian civil servants strike over IMF-mandated wage cuts

Syrian activist Raed Fares was murdered in Idlib, rights monitors accuse Saudi Arabia of torturing women’s rights activists in prison, and civil servants strike with UGTT union in Tunisia over IMF-mandated wage cuts

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Weekly Roundup: Saudi public prosecutor seeks death penalty for five accused of Khashoggi murder, Hamas ceasefire triggers uproar in Israeli right-wing politics, and Libyan factions meet in Italy to discuss elections

Saudi public prosecutor seeks death penalty for five accused of Khashoggi murder, Hamas ceasefire triggers uproar in Israeli right-wing politics, and Libyan factions meet in Italy to discuss elections

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Weekly Roundup: Saudi Arabia changes narrative on Khashoggi murder, European leaders meet on Syria in Istanbul, and Libyan National Oil Company holds rare conference

Saudi Arabia calls Khashoggi murder “premeditated,” European leaders call for ceasefire enforcement in Syria’s Idlib and constitutional progress, and Libyan National Oil Company holds Benghazi conference

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