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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged Arab leaders on Saturday to resolve the Yemen conflict peacefully after a Saudi-led coalition launched a military intervention against Shiite rebels. "It is my fervent hope that at this Arab League summit, leaders will lay down clear guidelines to peacefully resolve the crisis in Yemen," he told the summit in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.

Arab leaders gathered in Egypt Saturday for a charged summit overshadowed by the unprecedented Saudi-led offensive against Yemeni rebels and amid calls for a joint-Arab military force to confront militants.
Troops killed 15 militants in a clash early Saturday in the Khyber tribal region near the Afghan border as part of a major anti-insurgent offensive, the military said. It said a group of militants were spotted near a military post in Mastak Sub Sector in the Tirah valley. "Troops on post valiantly engaged terrorists and surrounded them, intense gun battle took place.... 15 terrorists were killed, three soldiers were also injured in action," the military said in a statement.
The head of the United Nations cultural body vowed in Baghdad Saturday to step up measures aimed at protecting Iraq's heritage, which has been systematically targeted by jihadist militants. UNESCO chief Irina Bokova launched a Japanese-funded initiative to preserve Iraq's museum collections and threatened heritage, as well as a social media campaign under the hashtag Unite4Heritage.
Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas said Saturday he doubted Israel's willingness to unblock hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid taxes a day after it promised to do so.
Japan will likely extend its sanctions against North Korea because of Pyongyang's delay in reporting into its abductions of Japanese citizens decades ago, the Nikkei business daily reported on Saturday without citing sources. The government is poised to decide next Tuesday on an extension to a trade embargo on North Korea, a ban on North Korea charter flights and a prohibition on North Korean ships entering Japanese ports, the Nikkei said.
World powers appeared Saturday to be narrowing in on a deal to stop Iran acquiring a nuclear bomb, with marathon talks stretching into the evening as Iran's foreign minister voiced confidence the final hurdles can be overcome.
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