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Ethiopia, Egypt to meet in Washington over dam dispute

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia Ethiopia on Thursday responded positively to a call by the U.S. to host a meeting between Ethiopia and Egypt to discuss the former’s $5 billion dam project...

Ethiopia unveils jobs creation plan

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia Challenged with a bulging youth population and simmering instability, Ethiopia on Thursday unveiled a Plan of Action for Jobs Creation -- an ambitious project that envisages providing...

200 irregular migrants rescued off Libyan coast

TRIPOLI Some 200 migrants have been rescued off Libya’s coast in operations conducted by the navy of the country’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA), according to a statement on...

Nigeria: 2 international aid groups can resume work

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria Two aid groups suspended in Nigeria last month due to alleged aid to terrorists are now free to resume operations, said officials on late Wednesday. "The suspension...

Sudan's PM discusses peace process with EU delegation

KHARTOUM  Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok held a meeting Wednesday with a delegation from the European Union focusing on the cooperation between Sudan and the EU in various areas. Hamdok and...

Boko Haram gunmen kill 12 Niger soldiers

DAKAR  Gunmen from the Boko Haram terrorist organization killed 12 soldiers Wednesday in a pre-dawn raid on a military base in southeastern Niger’s Diffa region, local media reported. According to the...

South Africa: ANC condemns desecration of Muslim graves

JOHANNESBURG  South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) on Wednesday strongly condemned the desecration of a Muslim cemetery in Mowbray, a suburb of Cape Town. The act was not only barbaric...

Libya: Haftar forces attack Misrata Air College

TRIPOLI  Forces loyal to east Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar attacked Misrata Air College on Wednesday with unmanned aerial vehicles. A source from forces of Libya’s UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA)...

Ethiopia: Up to 80 killed in recent violence in Oromia

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia  Up to 80 people have been killed in recent violence in Ethiopia’s Oromia region, said the country’s human rights commissioner on Wednesday. Daniel Bekele’s remarks came in an...

Refugees continue protest in South Africa’s capital

PRETORIA As many as 300 refugees and asylum seekers continued their protest in South Africa’s capital Pretoria for the third week, calling on the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) to relocate...

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Turkish president, UN chief discuss ways to end crisis caused by Russia-Ukraine war

ANKARA The Turkish president and UN secretary-general on Monday spoke over phone and discussed initiatives aimed at resolving the ongoing crisis caused by the Russia-Ukraine...

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Russia becomes China’s largest oil supplier

ANKARA Russia has surpassed Saudi Arabia to become China's largest oil supplier, as refiners bought up Russian crude oil offered at a huge discount...

EU, Egypt agree on partnership priorities until 2027

BRUSSELS The EU and Egypt have agreed on the partnership priorities guiding their relationship until 2027. The Association Council of the European Union and Egypt...

Syria's Tal Rifat surrounded with tunnels by YPG/PKK terrorists

TAL RIFAT, Syria / ANKARA The YPG/PKK terror group is using a sophisticated network of tunnels in the Tal Rifat district in northern Syria to...