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  1. The EU says its work to help migrants has actually made the situation better, not worse.
  2. Rabbi Aharon Shteinman, 104, was regarded as "Gadol Hador" or "Leader of the Generation".
  3. Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is voted the BBC African Footballer of the Year 2017.
  4. Russia begins withdrawing some of its troops from Syria, as President Putin visits the country.
  5. The EU says it will not recognise the city as Israel's capital before a final status peace deal.
  6. The measure is part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's Vision 2030 reform programme.
  7. Seif and Ghadir both deserted the "slavery" of the Syrian Army and fled the country.
  8. Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu meets EU foreign ministers, but differences emerge immediately.
  9. Protests against US President Donald Trump's controversial decision turn ugly again in Beirut.
  10. People shelter in a sweet shop amid protests after Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital
  11. Beirut-based Mashrou' Leila talks about their music and run in with the Egyptian government.
  12. Mitra Farazandeh, who lives in northern Iran, says many people think she doesn't deserve love and a sex life, because of her physical disability.
  13. US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital poses a problem for Washington's Gulf Arab partners, writes Frank Gardner.
  14. Palestinians in the West Bank and Israelis in Jerusalem react to the US policy shift on the city.
  15. One year on from a military campaign that successfully expelled so-called Islamic State (IS) from its Libyan stronghold of Sirte, residents complain of the scale of destruction that remains there.
  16. Tens of thousands of foreign fighters joined Islamic State. What has become of their families now the self-declared caliphate is crumbling?
  17. An intact mummy, excavated a century ago, is the first to be scanned by an advanced X-ray system.
  18. The BBC's Nawal al-Maghafi recalls interviewing the central figure in Yemen's modern history.