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West African leaders on high-stakes mission to defuse political crisis

West African leaders Presidents of Ghana, Ivory Coast, Niger, Nigeria and Senegal arrive in Bamako in a bid to defuse Mali's weeks-long political crisis. West...

Turkey taking decades old conflict with Kurdish militants deeper

Turkey shifts fight deeper into Iraq, establishing military bases and deploying armed military drones against the fighters in their mountain strongholds. The cross-border campaign has...

Egypt’s parliament authorises troop deployment to Libya in a closed-door session

Egypt's parliament packed with supporters of President Sisi, approved plans to send troops to "defend Egyptian national security". Move comes as Libya gov't and Turkey...

Pakistan’s opposition demands resignations of advisers holding dual nationality

Pakistan's opposition parties while criticising at the PTI government demanded resignations of ministers and advisors holding dual nationality. PPP leader and Member National Assembly (MNA)...

Erdogan calls Egypt’s actions in Libya are ‘illegal’

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has denounced Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for supporting forces based in eastern Libya. Earlier Egypt's President Abdel...

Tunisia fears fresh political deadlock as PM resigns

Tunisia Prime Minister Fakhfakh resigned after dispute with Ennahdha party that had withdrawn its support for government earlier. Elyes Fakhfakh has resigned from his post,...

President Sisi says his country won’t stand idle in Libya

President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi says Egypt will not stand idle in the face of any direct threat to Egyptian and Libyan security. Earlier lawmakers allied to...

Elyes Fakhfakh to reshuffle cabinet as row with Ennahdha deepens

Elyes Fakhfakh has decided to reshuffle cabinet as Ennahdha calls for consultations to appoint a new prime minister saying coalition had lost credibility. Tunisian Prime...

Tunisian Al Watania refuses to be part of parliamentary committee

Tunisian Al Watania refuses to be part of parliamentary committee of investigation into suspected conflict of interest involving PM Elyes Fakhfakh. Al Watania parliamentary group...

Ennahda Movement to reevaluate stance on Fakhfakh’s government

Ennahda Movement decided to reevaluate stance on Fakhfakh's government as opposition demanding Prime Minister to resign over alleged conflict of interest. Ennahdha, the biggest party...

Myanmar finds troops guilty in Rohingya genocide

Myanmar military officers have been found guilty by a court-martial investigating atrocities against Rohingya in conflict-ridden Rakhine state. In rare action, three military officers found...

Russia and Taliban denies New York Times report

Russia and Taliban denies the New York Times report that spy unit paid Taliban to attack NATO forces, Taliban denounced as an attempt to...

Egypt planning to enter in Libya

Egypt’s President said they have a legitimate right to intervene in neighbouring Libya and ordered his army to be ready to carry out any...

Narendra Modi meets top opposition leaders some political parties angry

Narendra Modi is meeting top opposition leaders as anti-China sentiment grows following killing of 20 Indian soldiers in hand-to-hand combat. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

German federal prosecutors accuse Russia in murder of former Chechen rebel

German federal prosecutors have accused Russia of ordering murder of former Chechen rebel Tornike K. in Berlin,which strained diplomatic ties. German prosecutors accused Russia on...

Tunisian Prime Minister decides to freeze salaries

Tunisian PM decided against the use of more external debt and all new expenses that arise for country would be funded only through internal...

Turkish warplanes attack PKK sites in Iraq

Turkish Warplanes took off from various air bases in Turkey, targeting PKK multiple areas including Qandil stronghold in northern Iraq. Turkish warplanes struck more than...

Pope Francis introduces new tenders law to curb corruption

Pope Francis initiated legislation to brings the Holy See in line with international anti-corruption standards,Consider as result of four years of work. The Vatican has...

Boris Johnson will not face criminal inquiry over US businesswoman

Boris Johnson will not face criminal inquiry over US businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri, who received public funds,when he was London mayor,Police watchdog says. UK Prime Minister...

Survey says Kashmiris want Indian forces to leave

Survey says more than 90 percent of college and university students want a complete withdrawal of Indian forces from the Indian-administered Kashmir. Survey appears to...

Afghan President rejects Taliban prisoner release

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says his government has not pledged to free Taliban prisoners,as stated in a deal reached by the US and the...

Rebel chief,Sudan President agrees to form unity government

Rebel chief Riek Machar and President of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit agreed to form unity government. Rebel chief Riek Machar says he will form...
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