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KHARTOUM Sudanese security agents seized all copies of four independent newspapers on Tuesday after they reported on a three-day strike called by the opposition over...

ADEN Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi accused rebels and their allies on Tuesday of dashing hopes for peace after they unveiled a new government in...

OCCUPIED RAMALLAH Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah party opened its first congress in seven years on Tuesday as the 81-year-old seeks to fend off opponents...

BAGHDAD The Mosul battle in Iraq has seen the Daish group increasingly resort to weaponised drones, which Western governments fear could lead to a new...

HOUMA BAY (Kenya) In the scorching sun, Alphonce Abok keeps an eye on his fields of watermelons growing near the banks of the Sound River,...

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM El Al Israel Airlines and its pilots have agreed terms of a new deal aimed at ending a year of protests that forced...

KAMPALA Ugandan police said on Monday they had taken control of a tribal king’s palace after a weekend of deadly clashes with his supporters and...

KHARTOUM Armed men have abducted three UN refugee agency staffers, including two foreigners, from Sudan’s strife-torn Darfur region, a local government official said on Monday. “A...

KAMPALA As many as 55 people have been killed in fierce fighting that erupted in western Uganda between security forces and a separatist militia linked...

ISTANBUL Daish militants have fired a rocket in northern Syria that caused symptoms of ‘chemical gas’ exposure in 22 Syrian rebels, state media cited Turkey’s...