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21 April 2018 9:38

  In December 2015, the Nigerian army raided the residence of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky. Nigerian troops killed over 300 of the cleric’s supporters, including three of his sons. Despite a court ruling, which ordered his unconditional release in 2016, the government has refused to set him free. Sheikh Zakzaky’s deteriorating health condition has...

20 April 2018 9:29

  South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his visit to Britain by a day to return home to deal with protests in the country's North West Province, his office said on Thursday. Protesters seeking jobs, better housing, roads, and hospitals frequently clash with police in a country faced with weak economic growth and near-record unemployment — but these are the first...

19 April 2018 22:31

  U-News agency met the daughter of the head of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, Suhaila Zakzaky, where she spoke about the suffering of her parents suffering and the steps taken by the Islamic Movement (IMN) to release them as Sheikh Zakzaky’s health deteriorated and his right eye was infected with an advanced stage of Glaucoma. Zakzaky said that...

18 April 2018 22:19

  Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi welcomed the African Union statement on developments in Syria. While condemning the use of chemical weapons, the statement underlined the importance of exact probing by independent sources and also the need for Syria to get relieved from crisis. Undoubtedly, adopting an independent stance by African Union as regard development in Syria indicates a correct and comprehensive...

18 April 2018 22:13

  The foreign minister of Sudan has revealed that his country is unable to pay many of its diplomats abroad while some diplomatic missions across the world could be closed over rent problems. Ibrahim Ghandour said Wednesday that several Sudanese foreign diplomats were seeking to return home as a result of the government’s inability to pay them for months. “Some ambassadors and diplomats...

17 April 2018 20:30

  Middle Eastern and North African countries need to spend $260 billion over the next five years for electricity production to meet rising demand, a report said on Tuesday. The region, which includes oil heavyweights Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq, must make the investments to add 117 gigawatts (GW) of power generation by 2022, Arab Petroleum Investment Corp. (APICORP) said. The Dammam-based energy...

16 April 2018 22:22

  One person has been reportedly killed and several others injured after members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) clashed with the police in the capital Abuja. The police, using tear gas and live ammunitions, forcefully dispersed Muslim protesters demanding the release of their leader, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, at the Unity Fountain on Monday. Sheikh Zakzaky has been detained without trial for...

15 April 2018 10:29

  Morocco is reportedly to pull its warplanes out of a Saudi Arabia-led coalition, which has been pounding Yemen for more than three years now, citing a need for military buildup at home. The coalition invaded the Arab world’s most impoverished nation in March 2015 to put its Riyadh-allied former government back in the saddle. It has fallen short of the objective,...

14 April 2018 10:55

  Sixteen Palestinian youths have managed to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, which height is estimated at 5895 meters, and hoist the Palestinian flag on Ahura summit after a five- day journey. Majeda Subhi, the mother of Duaa Subhi who is one of the climbers, said on Facebook that they managed to do it in spite of extreme tough conditions including a...

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