“Capitol: External security threat, no entry or exit is permitted, stay away from exterior windows, doors. If outside, seek cover,” says Capitol Police.
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Supporters for outgoing Republican President Donald Trump pushed through barriers at the Capitol building, forcing a lockdown.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, on Wednesday dismissed Trump’s allegations of widespread fraud in the White House race.
Separatists have been clashing with government forces since 2017 in a bid to create an independent nation in Cameroon two English-speaking regions
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi also highlighted the vital role the Egypt-US partnership played in achieving stability in the Middle East region.
Ministry of Social Solidarity ordered urgent aid to families of the victims of bus crash on a desert road of Aswan governorate in southern Egypt
Iran Government spokesman said Tuesday that South Korea has taken as “hostage” over $7bn of Iranian assets, in response to Iranian seizure of oil tanker
The COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on oil prices in 2020. For the past year, the US benchmark slumped 20.5%, while Brent crude lost 21.5%.
Scottish First Minister also announced that Scotland would enter a new lockdown from midnight on Monday, as well as a shutdown of schools until Feb. 1
The South Korean oil tanker was confiscated on the orders of the provincial judicial authority, and then directed to the port of Bandar Abbas,
Lebanon’s number of coronavirus infections increased on Monday by 2,861 to 192,139, while death toll went up by 13 to 1,512.
Saudi Arabia and Qatar will reopen land, air and sea borders starting Monday, Kuwait’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah said
India, Ireland, Kenya, Mexico and Norway on Monday began to assume responsibilities as non-permanent members of the Security Council.
“Instead of fighting Covid in US, @realDonaldTrump & cohorts waste billions to fly B52s & send armadas to OUR region,” Iranian Foreign Minister tweeted
Kandesha dam in in central Zambia collapsed due to heavy rains and severe flooding resulting in damaged property and displacement of people
The president added all forms of public events and gatherings including political and roadside gatherings, shall remain suspended for the next 60 days.
Two huge explosions ripped through the Beirut Port on August 4, 2020, killing about 200, injuring at least 6,000 and leaving 300,000 homeless
At least 70 civilians were killed and 20 others wounded on Saturday by attackers in villages of Tchombangou and Zaroumdareye in Tillabery region in Niger
King hosted CNN’s “Larry King Live” for over two and a half decades and retired in 2010 after clocking in at more than 6,000 episodes.
Still, non-Saudi citizens should spend at least 14 days outside the countries identified as places where the new COVID-19 strain has broken out before entry
A counterterrorism unit launched an operation to track down a group of terrorists in mountains of Tipaza province, 65 km west of Algiers, capital of Algeria
In 2017 Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism and interfering in their internal affairs.
Major General Hossein Salami, commander in chief of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), issued a warning against hostile action against Iran
Taliban militants who are active in parts of the Faryab province have yet to make comments on the report.
Since last week, the Ugandan rebels of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) have carried out several attacks in Beni, North Kivu province, in east DR Congo
Egypt has witnessed a sudden spike in virus infections in recent weeks. It reported 1,418 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, raising the total to 138,062
Sudan Sovereign Council Chairperson Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan says country keen to address the issue of violations by Ethiopian farmers on Sudanese lands
Boko Haram group has been trying to establish an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria since 2009. The group also extended attacks to Lake Chad Basin
Central African Republic opposition cited low voter turnout in provinces under threat from armed rebels and electoral irregularities linked to insecurity
UNOCHA appealed to humanitarian partners to cover the rest $604m needed to comprehensively meet humanitarian needs in Tigray regional state.