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United States military accuses Russia for sending weapons to Libya

United States military said Russia appears to be sending more military equipment to its mercenaries in Libya, including in the flashpoint city of Sirte. Russia...

Democratic presidential candidate faces party pressure as running mate search continues

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is expected to choose a candidate for vice president from a shortlist of women by early August. Biden is facing...

European general court rejects EU order to Apple to pay $15bn...

European general court has rejected a European Commission order to Apple to reimburse Ireland 13 billion euros in back taxes. The ruling is a significant...

Ethiopia begins filling Nile Dam

Ethiopia has started filling the Grand Renaissance dam, a giant hydroelectric project it is building on the Blue Nile,after talks became deadlocked. “The construction of...

Berlin expects breakthrough in EU migration dispute this year

Berlin said it wants EU nations to overcome a deadlock on how to handle refugees and migrants this year, dispute that divided the 27-member...

British historian quits Cambridge over slavery remarks

British constitutional historian David Starkey quit at Cambridge University after he drew criticism for his remarks saying slavery was not genocide. The comments from Professor...

Israel Uncertain over controversial process of West Bank annexation

Israel has signaled that occupied West Bank annexation controversial plan not imminent as Palestinians gather for renewed protests. An announcement on Israel's planned annexation of...

US Defense Secretary visits Brussels to reassure NATO over US plans

US Defense Secretary visits Brussels,Washington will consult NATO allies on any future troop movements, Mark Esper tells Jens Stoltenberg. US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper...

Legal agreement reached between Russian firm,French far-right party

Legal agreement reached between France's far-right National Rally party led by Marine Le Pen and a Russian firm over a $10.1m debt dispute. National Rally...

United States military says Russia deployed fighter jets to Libya

United States military says Russia deployed fighter jets to Libya to support Russian mercenaries fighting for eastern forces, adding concerns of escalation. “Russian military aircraft...

Italian coalition parties quarrelled over migration issue

Italian coalition parties quarrelled over a move to grant permits to irregular migrants and as carers,in a row that delayed approval of a stimulus...

Madagascar herbal mix draws demand from across Africa

Madagascar herbal mix draws demand from across Africa despite WHO misgivings, its self-proclaimed and plant-based “cure” for coronavirus. Madagascar is putting its self-proclaimed, plant-based “cure”...

New website helps Nigerians check if have coronavirus

New website is helping Nigerians check if they have coronavirus and site will determine if a person needs to visit a coronavirus test center. While...

IMF says coronavirus pandemic will cause worst recession

IMF says coronavirus pandemic may trigger worst economic fallout since the 1930s Great Depression, with only a partial recovery in 2021. The coronavirus pandemic sweeping...

National emergency in Italy blocking ports for refugees

National emergency in Italy blocking ports for refugees and migrants will expire on July 31, but deadline might be extended. Italian ports cannot be considered...

Gang on trial for stealing Moroccan royal Jewellery

Gang on trial for allegedly stealing the luxury watches and jewellery from one of Moroccan King Mohammed VI's royal palaces.

Hamdok visit to rebel stronghold Kauda raises hope for peace

Hamdok makes first visit to rebel stronghold Kauda as Prime Minister of Sudan which has raised hope for peace in the country.

Cameroon’s parliament grants “special status”to Anglophone region

Cameroon's parliament has passed law allowing English-speaking regions 'special status' in a bid to calm the deadly conflict.

European leaders urge calm after fresh Tripoli assault

European leaders has urged all sides in Libyan conflict to cease fighting after renegade General Khalifa Haftar called his force to advance.

Demonstrators keep protesting after Abdelmadjid election win

Demonstrators are to the streets of Algiers after former Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune was declared the winner of election.

Aung San Suu Kyi defends Myanmar genocide

Aung San Suu Kyi nobel Peace Prize winner has defended genocide allegations against Myanmar's military at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

African countries to meet January 13 over dam dispute

African countries Egypt,Ethiopia and Sudan will meet January 13 next year in Washington DC over dam dispute, More technical meetings will be...
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