Tunisia named a new government on Monday, 11 weeks after President Kais Saied ousted the prime minister and suspended parliament to assume near total control in moves that his critics call a coup.
Tunisian prime minister names new government amid crisis
Thousands of Tunisians protested against President Kais Saied's seizure of almost total power protested in the capital on Sunday as the growing numbers taking to the street in recent weeks has raised the risk of the political crisis unleashing unrest.
Thousands protest against Tunisia leader as new cabinet not named yet
More than 100 people are believed dead or missing in the sinking of a makeshift vessel on the Congo River, provincial authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo said Saturday.
Over 100 dead or missing after makeshift vessel sinks in DR Congo
Mali said it has evidence that France has been training “terrorist” groups operating in the West African country.
Mali accuses France of training ‘terrorists’ in country
An orphaned mountain gorilla in Africa, whose ultra-smooth selfie with a park ranger went viral, died in the arms of her caretaker and “lifelong friend,” officials announced.
Female Congolese gorilla in viral 2019 selfie dies in arms of ‘lifelong friend’
Algiers: Crimes of colonial France in Algeria genocide, innumerable
Algeria recalls envoy, bans French military planes over Macron’s ‘inadmissible’ interference
Thousands of supporters of Tunisian President Kais Saied rallied in the capital on Sunday to back his suspension of parliament and promises to change the political system, acts his critics call a coup.
Tunisians rally for president, urging change to political system
Ethiopia expels seven UN officials, accusing them of 'meddling'
UN reports 'unprecedented' malnutrition in Tigray
Tunisian President Kais Saied named Najla Bouden Romdhane, a little-known university engineer with World Bank experience, as prime minister on Wednesday, nearly two months after he seized most powers in a move his foes call a coup.
Tunisia leader picks first woman as PM at moment of crisis
Eleven months after Sudan agreed to normalize relations with Israel, the country’s foreign minister played down progress in building ties with the regime, saying there are no plans to open an Israeli Embassy in Khartoum.
Sudan dismisses plans for Israeli Embassy in Khartoum

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