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30 terrorists, 5 soldiers killed in Burkina Faso clash

KIGALI, Rwanda At least 30 terrorists were killed in an attack early Saturday against a military detachment in northcentral Burkina Faso, according to the army. The army said five soldiers were...

Turkish aid agency helps South Sudan villagers in beekeeping

JUBA, South Sudan Turkish aid organizations are helping villagers in South Sudan to earn additional income to feed their families through rearing bees. In early 2021, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination...

DR Congo authorities seize ivory from 80-100 slaughtered elephants

KAMPALA, Uganda  Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo announced Thursday that they had seized 1,500 kilograms of ivory in the last seven days, with the amount representing 80-100 slaughtered...

Biden approves $691M TOW missile sale to Egypt

WASHINGTON The Biden administration notified Congress on Thursday that it has approved a prospective $691 million sale of anti-tank missiles to Egypt.  The sale, if it is finalized, would include 5,070...

Yemen asks for US pressure on Houthis to break Taiz siege

SANAA, Yemen Yemen's government asked the US on Wednesday to pressure the Houthi rebel group to break its seven-year siege on the southwestern Taiz province. The request was conveyed during a...

Libya's Bashagha says his government to start working from Sirte

TRIPOLI, Libya Libya’s parliament-appointed Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha announced late Tuesday that he will base his government in the city of Sirte as of Wednesday.  In a statement from Sirte on...

Nearly 100 civilians killed in eastern DR Congo

KIGALI, Rwanda Nearly 100 civilians have been killed in a series of attacks in Ituri province in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo since early last week, the UN said Tuesday.  “The...

Turkiye has touched minds and hearts of Somalis: Somalia's new president

MOGADISHU, Somalia Somalia's new president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, who spoke exclusively to Anadolu Agency in his first-ever international interview, said that Turkiye has touched the hearts of minds of Somali...

Somali lawmakers urge dialogue to curb terrorism

MOGADISHU, Somalia Several newly elected lawmakers in Somalia have asked the government to open channels of dialogue with the armed Islamic insurgent group al-Shabaab to explore peace in the African...

Int'l partners call Somali lawmakers to exercise nation's best interest in presidential vote

MOGADISHU, Somalia On the eve of Somalia's presidential election, the country's international partners issued a statement on Saturday evening calling on all members of parliament to choose the country's next...

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Non-Food Retail Sales Show Resilience Despite Overall Decline in Euro Area

According to Eurostat, retail sales volume in July decreased by 1% in the euro area and 1.2% in the EU year-over-year. The volume of...

Azerbaijani official says New York Times curbing alternative views

ISTANBUL Azerbaijan's presidential adviser said Wednesday that The New York Times is curbing alternative views, amid reports by media outlets on an alleged "blockade" on...

U.S. Secretary of State in Kyiv to Discuss Funding and Anti-Corruption Efforts

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, on Wednesday for an unannounced two-day visit, according to U.S. media reports. This...

Amber Heat-Health Alert Issued for London and Seven Other English Regions

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and the Met Office have jointly issued an amber heat-health alert (HHA) for eight regions in England, including...

Erdogan Urges Global Powers to Consider Syria’s Demographics for Lasting Peace

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Tuesday that Türkiye is committed to finding a solution based on Syria’s demographic realities and territorial integrity. He...