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Newsbrief: Changing the tides – how one day shook the Middle East

Newsbrief: Changing the tides – how one day shook the Middle East

A single eventful day rocks the Middle East.

Newsbrief: Missile intercepted on way to Saudi capital

Newsbrief: Missile intercepted on way to Saudi capital

Ballistic missile shot from Yemen comes extremely close to Riyadh.

Newsbrief: Trump supports Saudi Arabia’s statements about modernization

Newsbrief: Trump supports Saudi Arabia’s statements about modernization

President Donald Trump supports public statements made by Saudi Arabia King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Newsbrief: Saudi Prince killed in crash

Newsbrief: Saudi Prince killed in crash

A Saudi prince and other officials have been killed in a helicopter crash

Newsbrief: Russian government blocks U.N.

Newsbrief: Russian government blocks U.N.

Russia is blocking the United Nations action on Syria.

Newsbrief: Iraq’s Kurds offer to freeze results of independence vote

Newsbrief: Iraq’s Kurds offer to freeze results of independence vote

Baghdad requires a compromise before acknowledging the Kurd’s vote.

Newsbrief: Hamas takes control of border crossings

Newsbrief: Hamas takes control of border crossings

The US and Israel are unhappy about boarder security situations.

Newsbrief: Saudi women to be allowed in sports stadiums for first time

Newsbrief: Saudi women to be allowed in sports stadiums for first time

Saudi Arabian women gain independence through new reforms for the ultra-conservative laws.

News brief: Aid reached in the eastern Ghouta

News brief: Aid reached in the eastern Ghouta

There are many malnourished children in eastern Ghouta who are now facing a humanitarian emergency.

Newsbrief: Iraq doesn’t want to be where U.S. and Iran fight over their differences

Newsbrief: Iraq doesn’t want to be where U.S. and Iran fight over their differences

Prime Minister Abadi discusses conflict on Iraqi soil

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.