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15 January 2017 15:55

  People in Tunisia have marked the sixth anniversary of a revolution that ended authoritarianism in their country and inspired a string of uprisings in other Arab dictatorships. While the 2011 Tunisian revolution is generally considered the most successful one among the wave of revolts that jolted Arab monarchies in the Middle East and North Africa, its sixth-year anniversary on Saturday, while...

15 January 2017 15:06

  Scores of people are feared dead in an incident involving a boat that capsized in the Mediterranean Sea while carrying 110 asylum seekers. The Italian coastguard said four people had been rescued in the waters between Libya and Italy, where the incident occurred, media reported on Sunday. A spokesman for the coastguard added that 13 bodies had so far been recovered from the...

15 January 2017 15:00

  The Gambia's presidential crisis was at the heart of conversation at the 27th Africa-France summit in Bamako, Mali, which brought together the leaders of at least 30 nations to discuss security and development issues, as well as ways to reduce the exodus of refugees to Europe. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of the event, Mali’s president urged the long-time leader...

15 January 2017 8:24

  Scores of people are feared dead in an incident involving a boat that capsized in the Mediterranean Sea while carrying 110 asylum seekers. The Italian coastguard said four people had been rescued in the waters between Libya and Italy, where the incident occurred, media reported on Sunday. A spokesman for the coastguard added that 13 bodies had so far been recovered from the...

15 January 2017 8:19

  It has now been 13 months since Sheikh Ibrahim Yaqoub al-Zakzaky, Africa's most important revolutionary and Islam's most prolific preacher, was thrown into a hellish prison cell on baseless charges by the Amreeki-Saudi-'Israeli'-backed Nigerian regime. And for these past 397 days, we have watched the Zionist media, "human rights" organizations like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, "Islamic" activists, "Palestine Solidarity...

14 January 2017 7:31

  A deal has been reached between the Ivory Coast’s government and the mutinous troops, days after a group of dissident army soldiers took over army bases in cities across the West African country, demanding bonus payments. “A deal has been reached in Bouake (the Ivory Coast’s second largest city) between the chief of staff, the defense minister and the (rebel) troops,” said a...

13 January 2017 15:16

  Tunisian police have clashed with unemployed youths protesting in the southern city of Ben Guerdane as another group of protesters marched peacefully in the central town of Meknessi to demand work opportunities and development projects. Local residents said police clashed on Thursday with protesters in Ben Guerdane’s center. The protesters threw rocks as well as petrol bombs and set tires on fire. “Police...

13 January 2017 14:29

  Tunisian police have clashed with unemployed youths protesting in the southern city of Ben Guerdane as another group of protesters marched peacefully in the central town of Meknessi to demand work opportunities and development projects. Local residents said police clashed on Thursday with protesters in Ben Guerdane’s center. The protesters threw rocks as well as petrol bombs and set tires on fire. “Police...

9 January 2017 16:49

Five terrorists suspected of belonging to the Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group have been killed while claiming the lives of three civilians after the terrorists detonated their explosive vests in Nigeria’s northeastern province of Borno, police say. According to deputy superintendent Victor Isuku, two separate attacks, one by a female duo and the other by three men, were conducted in eastern outskirts of the provincial...

5 January 2017 13:11

Pro-government anti-terror fighters in Nigeria have managed to kill three radicalized girls before they could detonate their explosive vests in a crowded market in the country’s northeastern province of Adamawa, officials say. The incident occurred on Wednesday when civilian fighters spotted the three girls and became suspicious that they were wearing explosive vests as the three were trying to pass a...

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