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World powers agreed at an emergency donor conference on Sunday to provide "major resources" to help Beirut recover ...
Before he went missing on Aug. 4, Ghassan Hasrouty, an employee of Beirut's giant grain silos for 38 years, thought ...
Saudi Arabia has agreed with Europe's biggest hotel group Accor for the group to expand and operate a resort at the ...
Turkey's resumed search for oil and gas in the eastern Mediterranean is "extremely worrying", the EU said ...
Ahram Online charts a guide to the ongoing Sirte-Jufra battle in Libya, objectives of each party to the conflict and the existing politico-military alliances
World powers have a duty to support the Lebanese people after a massive blast devastated their capital as the country's ...
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The Afghan government and the Taliban are "on the verge" of peace talks, after thousands of prominent Afghans ...
An Afghan grand assembly, known as the Loya Jirga, on Sunday approved the release of 400 "hard-core" Taliban ...
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was set for an overwhelming victory in a presidential election on Sunday, an ...
Chinese government-linked hackers have been targeting U.S. election infrastructure ahead of the 2020 presidential election, ...
Britain appointed a commander on Sunday to lead its response to illegal small boat crossings across the Channel and said ...
With confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. hitting 5 million Sunday, by far the highest of any country, the failure ...
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The World Health Organization calls the milestone a 'pivotal point' for Africa as infections in several countries are surging
But telecoms officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the restrictions had been triggered by a video showing a Chadian military officer in a dispute with two young mechanics
Wanting a different life for herself and other girls, Savadye started the Zimbabwean women's movement Roots Africa 7 years ago fighting for, among many things, legislation change to better protect women's rights
Mnangagwa, who took over from longtime ruler Robert Mugabe after a coup in November 2017, said his administration was facing 'many hurdles and attacks" including "divisive politics of some opposition elements'
More than 60 people have been arrested so far in the continuing clampdown, said Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights
Mali's government said late on Friday that three new judges have been appointed to the Constitutional Court in the ...
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At least 20 people were killed and 13 others wounded Sunday in torrential rains and flooding, the latest victims of days ...
Yemen's Houthi rebels said Sunday that floods have swept through rebel-held parts of the country since mid-July amid ...
World donors on Sunday pledged more than 250 million euros to aid Lebanon after massive explosions devastated the capital ...
Lebanon's environment minister resigned from Prime Minister Hassan Diab's government on Sunday, saying the government ...
Five people including a baby died and another person was missing on Sunday as torrential rains and floods swept the Greek ...
A fire broke out at an entrances to parliament square in central Beirut as hundreds of angry anti-government protesters ...
US President Donald Trump on Sunday called for Lebanon to conduct a "full and transparent investigation" into ...
Britain reported 1,062 new positive tests for coronavirus on Sunday, the highest daily rise in new COVID-19 infections ...
Tensions were high in Belarus as the country held a presidential election Sunday. Eight staff members for the main challenger ...
Some Lebanese called on Sunday for a sustained uprising to topple their leaders amid public fury over this week's ...
Saudi Arabia will soon begin Phase III clinical trials on around 5,000 people for a COVID-19 vaccine developed by China's ...
Eight people including six French tourists and their local guide and driver were killed by gunmen on Sunday in Niger's ...
The Lebanese army said Sunday ...
A team of German engineers sent to Lebanon to help search for people trapped in the rubble after last week's explosion ...
The six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has asked the United Nations to extend an international arms embargo on ...
A top USAID official says $15 million in American assistance in response to the port explosion in Beirut will not be under ...
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says his country will provide an additional 10 million euros in emergency aid to Lebanon ...
Britain has pledged 20 million pounds ($26 million) to help feed people in Lebanon after last week's massive explosion ...
Pope Francis urged international solidarity with Lebanon Sunday, in the wake of the explosion that devastated the capital ...
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Ugandan pop star and presidential hopeful, Bobi Wine, said some of his supporters were injured on Saturday after police ...
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Bechara Boutros al-Rai called on the cabinet on Sunday to resign if it cannot ...
The United States plans to cut its troop levels in Afghanistan to "a number less than 5,000" by the end of November, ...
The huge ammonium nitrate explosion in Beirut's port that devastated much of the city left a crater 43 metres (141 ...
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