‘Iran- Algeria cooperation should expand’
International Desk
Raeisi: Active resistance among keys to victory against imperialism
Tunisia's president said on Tuesday his proposed Constitution would not restore authoritarian rule, hitting back at criticism from across the political spectrum and urging people to support it in this month's referendum.
Tunisia president defends proposed Constitution amid criticism
Vika Khumalo, South African ambassador to Iran
South Africa one of the most breathtaking places on earth
Protesters stormed Libya's parliament building in the eastern city of Tobruk on Friday, demonstrating against deteriorating living conditions and political deadlock, Libyan media reported.
Libyan protesters storm parliament building in Tobruk
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Friday at hundreds of protesters who rallied for a second day in a row in the capital against last year's military coup, witnesses said.
Tear gas fired as Sudan anti-coup protests flare again
At least 18 African migrants died when a huge crowd tried to cross into the Spanish enclave of Melilla in northern Morocco, according to an update from Moroccan authorities.
Several migrants die in mass attempt to enter Spain's enclave Melilla
Burkina Faso's Army has given civilians two weeks to evacuate vast areas in its northern and southeastern regions ahead of military operations against insurgents, it said on Friday.
Burkina Faso gives civilians two weeks to evacuate ahead of military operations
Terrorists massacred more than 130 civilians over the weekend in neighbouring central Mali towns, the latest mass killings in the Sahel region.
Over 130 Malian civilians 'systematically' killed by terrorists
Rival sides in Libya's long-running conflict concluded their latest round of United Nations-led talks on Monday without reaching a deal on rules for long-delayed elections, the UN said.
No deal as UN's latest Libya mediation effort ends

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