Monday, December 6, 2021

Almost 50 killed in Sudan Darfur tribal clashes: Officials

KHARTOUM: Close to 50 people have been killed in the latest outbreak of tribal violence in Sudan's Darfur region, a government official and medics...

Border closure spells doom for Morocco tourism sector

RABAT: Moroccan tourism operators are facing potential ruin after the country abruptly shut its borders over the Omicron variant of COVID, the latest blow...

Nigeria recruits mosques churches, to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations

LAGOS: Prayers and hymns filled the Ikoyi Baptist Church at a recent Sunday sermon before the pastor delivered a message from the pulpit: Do...

Ethiopia denies attack on Sudan

ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia has denied it staged an attack over the weekend along its shared border with Sudan, blaming unrest in the disputed zone...

Oscar Pistorius moved to new prison for parole process

JOHANNESBURG: South African Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius has moved to another prison as part of his parole process after serving half his sentence for...

South Africa calls travel bans ‘draconian and unjustified’

JOHANNESBURG: South Africa's health ministry on Friday attacked a global rush to impose travel bans to slow the spread of a new COVID variant...

Eight killed in deadly bombing near school in Somalia capital

MOGADISHU: Eight people were killed in a car bombing near a school in Somalia's capital Mogadishu yesterday, police said, the latest attack claimed by...

Thousands protest in Sudan against military takeover

KHARTOUM: Thousands of Sudanese protesters rallied yesterday against last month's military power grab, rejecting an agreement struck between the top general that saw the...

War-hit Ethiopia admonishes US over security warnings

ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia yesterday accused the United States of spreading false information about security conditions in the war-hit country and warned such statements could...

Broken dreams of desperate migrants fleeing for Saudi

HARGEISA, Somalia: The people smugglers promised Fentahun Derebe passage to Saudi Arabia, where the young Ethiopian could make more money than he had ever...

Sudanese PM to return to government

KHARTOUM: Sudan's top military leader and the prime minister he ousted almost a month ago have reached a deal for the premier's return to...

10 shot dead in crackdown on Sudan anti-coup protests

KHARTOUM: Sudanese security forces shot dead at least 10 anti-coup protesters and wounded dozens more yesterday, medics said, in the bloodiest day since the...

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