Africa main target of IS attacks: Moroccan FM2022-05-12
Africa has become the main target of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group by suffering 41 percent of all its attacks worldwide, Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita told a ministerial conference of the Global Coalition against the IS on Wednesday.
Syria crisis should not be neglected: UN envoy2022-04-27
UN Special Envoy for Syria Geir Pedersen warned Tuesday that the Syria crisis should not be neglected despite its absence from news headlines.
Tunisian president congratulates Macron on re-election victory2022-04-27
Tunisian President Kais Saied on Tuesday congratulated his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on re-election victory, pledging to enhance cooperation between the two countries.
New Ebola case confirmed in NW DR Congo2022-04-23
A positive case of Ebola virus disease has been confirmed in Wangata Health Zone of the Equateur province in northwestern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to a statement released Saturday by DRC's Health Minister Jean-Jacques Mbungani.
Lebanon's army rescues 30 people off sinking boat, recovers 2 bodies2022-04-24
The Lebanese army on Saturday rescued 30 out of 60 people who were on board a boat that sank in the waters off Lebanon's northern city of Tripoli, a Lebanese security source told Xinhua.
Sudan's acting FM condemns Israeli practices at Al-Aqsa Mosque2022-04-20
Sudan's acting Foreign Minister Ali Al-Sadiq on Tuesday condemned Israel's "oppressive practices" against Palestinians at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
Rwanda-UK deal on asylum-seekers draws mixed reactions2022-04-16
Local reactions to a Rwanda-Britain deal to move asylum-seekers attempting to enter the United Kingdom to Rwanda for resettlement were mostly positive, with some expressing reservations.
Russia-Ukraine conflict wreaks havoc on African economies, says expert2022-04-15
The Russia-Ukraine conflict has rocked several countries in Africa, particularly net importers of commodities, a senior economist has said.
6c401a4a7f304e76bad1143fc34db1d6.jpg 21 mln Yemenis need life-saving aid, half are children: UNICEF2022-03-08
21 mln Yemenis need life-saving aid, half are children: UNICEF
Tunisia lifts COVID-19-related night curfew2022-02-11
The Tunisian government decided on Thursday to lift the night curfew it imposed to curb the spread of the COVID-19 for about a month.
COVID worsens Africa's education crisis2022-02-11
Like many Ugandans, public high school agriculture teacher Poscovia Kyobibire was elated when schools reopened on Jan 10, 2021, after almost two years of closure.
Tunisian president's chief of staff resigns2022-01-25
Nadia Akecha, the chief of staff of Tunisian President Kais Saied announced on Monday her resignation from the post.
Mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep I digitally unwrapped2021-12-29
Egyptian researchers have "digitally unwrapped" the mummy of King Amenhotep I for the first time, revealing many secrets about the pharaoh who ruled Egypt from 1525 to 1504 BC, a renowned Egyptologist said on Tuesday.
Egyptian, Russian leaders agree to intensify efforts to settle Libyan crisis2021-12-26
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi and Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed Saturday the importance of intensifying joint efforts to settle the Libyan crisis.
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