News Roundup: Algerian military hints at intervention as protests continue, US Senate votes to end support for war in Yemen, and Saudi Arabia terrorism court tries women’s rights activists

Algerian military hints at intervention as protests continue, US Senate votes to end support for war in Yemen, and Saudi Arabia terrorism court tries women’s rights activists.

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News Roundup: Algeria’s Bouteflika backs out of elections amid protests, Palestinian Authority President Abbas names new PM as Gaza protests continue, Turkey and Russia deepen cooperation in Syria

Algeria’s Bouteflika backs out of elections after weeks of protest, Palestinian Authority President Abbas names new PM as Gaza protests continue, and Turkey and Russia deepen cooperation in Syria.

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News Roundup: Egypt sentences nine to death on assassination charges, protests sweep Algeria ahead of April elections, and Yemen’s Houthis agree preliminary withdrawal from contested port

Egypt sentences nine to death on assassination charges, protests against President Bouteflika sweep Algeria ahead of April elections, and Yemen’s Houthis agree preliminary withdrawal from contested port ahead of expected Hodeidah deal.

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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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