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UN continues to receive reports of internal displacement in Tigray, Dujarric said. Nearly 39,000 people have now fled to Sudan, including 17,000 children.
Government forces defeat attackers, no casualties reported
Riyadh has declined to form formal ties with Israel, saying the Israeli-Palestinian conflict should be discussed first.
Next phases are decisive part of operation, which will encircle Mekelle using tanks, says military spokesperson
Abbas noted Sudan’s adherence to GERD negotiation process under the African Union to reach a binding and satisfactory legal agreement
UNHCR says in addition to Ethiopians fleeing to Sudan, number of internally displaced within Ethiopia “is growing after nearly two weeks of conflict.”
The security situation in Iraq has been improving since Iraqi security forces fully defeated the Islamic State militants across the country late in 2017.
Meanwhile, the tension between Turkey and EU members Cyprus and Greece has escalated in the past year due to their dispute over maritime rights.
Tigrayan peacekeepers in Somalia disarmed by Ethiopian colleagues, Reuters reports. TPLF leader Debretsion Gebremichael vows to defeat Abiy’s forces
Throughout the Syrian crisis, Israel has carried out hundreds of airstrikes against Iranian targets in Syria and convoys transporting weapons to Hezbollah
The rockets were fired at night and prompted the anti-missile weapons to fire back on the rockets, the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
EU also emphasizes need to enforce arms embargo, prevent oil smuggling in Libya
Ahmed said in a series of social media posts, that the deadline for surrender had expired, paving the way for a final push on Mekelle, Tigray’s capital.
Ethiopian officials had indicated earlier that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni would mediate between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray regional authorities, after the outbreak of military confrontations between the two sides in early November.
Islamic State terrorist group claims responsibility for Burkina Faso attack
Ahmed Hafez, the Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson, expressed deep concern over what these policies will lead to in terms of undermining the opportunities to achieve the two-state solution to the Palestine-Israel conflict.
Renewed clashes between Morocco, Polisario Front threaten to unravel decades-long ceasefire in Western Sahara
Polisario Front declares three-decade ceasefire in disputed Western Sahara is over after Morocco launches military operation to reopen road to neighbouring Mauritania
Caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab urged people a day earlier to commit to COVID-19 lockdown measures while prioritizing people’s health over the economy.
In a statement on Thursday, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry expressed its concerns and condemnation over the attack, adding that it is following up on the circumstances behind this “coward attack.”
Bahraini minister had been receiving treatment at Mayo Clinic in US
The talks, which will take place from 10-13 November, aim to “advance the implementation of the Ceasefire Agreement signed in Geneva on 23 October, and to build on the progress achieved last week in Ghadames,” the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said.
Solution is for Libyan people to regain their full sovereignty, says Tunisian President Kais Saied
President of Tigray region expresses readiness to negotiate with federal authorities, stop fighting
The demolition in the village, which was located in the Jordan Valley, has caused the displacement of dozens of Palestinians, including children.
Country’s federal authorities declare six-month state of emergency to fight TPLF forces
Move came after ‘months of provocation and incitement,’ says Ethiopian Prime Minister
Pan-Arab organisation describes Balfour Declaration as start of “tragedy of the century”
Participants will initiate discussions on the implementation of the ceasefire agreement, among other topics, says UNSMIL
Agreement is part of US pledge to remove Sudan from list of states sponsoring terrorism