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The US and Iran reached a tentative agreement on Iran's nuclear program

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Iran nuclear talks: Framework for final deal reached after eight days of negotiations

After days of false starts and hopes dashed, it was announced that the tentative deal had finally been reached

Followers of the Houthi group demonstrate against the Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen, in Sanaa

Yemen crisis: What will Saudi Arabia do when – not if – things go wrong in their war with the Shia Houthi rebels?

They might ask the Pakistanis to send part of their vast army into the cauldron - but that would not be adding oil to the fire. It would be adding fire to the oil

A boy holds a weapon while Shiite rebels known as Houthis protest against Saudi-led airstrikes, during a rally in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Yemen crisis: Aden's presidential palace and central districts fall despite week-long Saudi air campaign

The assumption had been that if the Houthi rebels could be kept from taking Aden, it would be ousted President Hadi's route back to power

Foreigners wear medical masks as they walk in a street in Dubai amid a sandstorm that engulfed the city

Dubai sandstorm: Flights cancelled at world's busiest airport ahead of Easter weekend travel

Dramatic images showed the major storm engulfing a number of Middle Eastern cities

A woman walks through Tehran with her head uncovered
Detained Britons people leave an hospital after they undergo medical check up and fingerprinting in Hatay, southern Turkey

Pictures emerge of Britons arrested in Turkey as UN reports number of Isis foreign fighters has reached 25,000

The group was arrested in Hatay province on 1 April

UN relief workers with local residents of the besieged Palestinian camp of Yarmouk, pictured last year

War with Isis: Militants take refugee camp near central Damascus

Yarmouk had been controlled by other rebel groups opposed to President Bashar Assad

Shiite fighters celebrate in front of the the provincial council building inside the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit

War with Isis: Iraq declares victory in the battle for Tikrit - but militants make make ominous advances in neighbouring Syria's capital

Baghdad celebrates its first real success against the jihadists, but fighters have taken over large parts of a refugee camp not far from the heart of Damascus

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's Supreme Leader

Iran nuclear talks: Delays in agreement blamed on repeated consultation with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

The 75-year-old has demanded that an agreement with Western powers must be followed by the ending of economic sanctions

A border zone between Syria and Turkey, near Hatay. File photo

Syria crisis: 9 Britons arrested in Turkey 'trying to cross border'

There has been a recent spate of Britons trying to get into Syria

Turkish policemen secure the area in front of the Istanbul Police Headquarter after an attack by an armed woman and man, in Istanbul.

Istanbul police HQ attack: Officers kill armed woman and arrest male accomplice

The woman was carrying grenades and guns

Shia paramilitary fighters ride past a wall painted with the black flag commonly used by Isis militants, with the palaces of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein behind them, in Tikrit, March 31, 2015

Iraq claims victory over Isis in battle for Tikrit as security forces raise flag in the city

Shia militias drive past walls painted with the black flag associated with Isis – with the palace of former president Saddam Hussein in the background

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