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The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army-In-Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) faction under First Vice President Riek Machar on Monday denied agreeing with President Salva Kiir on the ratios within the unified army command. Puok Both Baluang, acting press secretary for Machar, dismissed a recent claim by Martin Elia Lomuro, the minister of Cabinet Affairs, alleging they have agreed to share positions on the unified army command. Lomuro told journalists Saturday …
Baghdad has hosted a summit in which the majority of participants had different orientations and goals, and even historical heritages. Despite these differences, this event could be described as the summit of calming crises. The Egyptian representation at the Baghdad summit came at the highest level, the President himself. This affirmed the “Egyptian-Iraqi-Jordanian” alliance, seen …
Algeria called for urgent meeting for Libya’s neighbouring countries on 30-31 August
DR Congo witnessed terrorist attack by ISIS on village of Kasanze in Beni province
The death toll from Houthi-fired ballistic missiles that struck a strategic air base of Yemen’s government forces in the southern province of Lahj climbed to 40, local officials said Sunday. An official of Lahj’s local authority told Xinhua on condition of anonymity that the Houthi rebel group launched a coordinated attack using three ballistic missiles …
Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Chad, and Niger affirmed their participation
Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Najib Mikati appeals to Arab League to continue supporting Lebanon
Shoukry discusses ways to find diplomatic solutions to outstanding issues between Algeria and Morocco
Sudanese Minister of Irrigation Yasser Abbas said, on Wednesday, that withholding information about the unilateral filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) cost his country dearly. He also indicated in a tweet on his Twitter account that the Cabinet session on Tuesday regarding the 2021-2022 flood season reviewed a report on “the flood in …
The meeting dealt with the arrangements for reopening the Egyptian embassy in Tripoli, as well as the consulate in Benghazi.
Khatibzadeh made the remarks in his weekly press briefing, saying that Iran has not seen any new move but words from new US officials.
Death toll from devastating floods reaches 52
An Islamic State (IS) suicide bomber attacked on Sunday a security checkpoint belonging to the eastern-based army in the southeastern Libyan town Zalla, without causing any casualties. “An IS suicide bomber attacked the Zalla checkpoint with a car bomb, causing no human casualties,” the spokesman of the eastern-based army, Ahmad al-Mismari, posted on his …
Tunisia has witnessed a huge increase in the death toll from COVID-19 recently, which led to the emergence of large demonstrations against the government and parliament of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Ennahda Movement party.
Project includes nursery school attached to hospital
Arab League calls on international community to assume its responsibilities towards occupied city of Jerusalem and to provide international protection for Palestinian people
Fund warned that more than 71% of Lebanon’s population may not have access to water this summer
The collapse of the Afghan government at the hands of the Taliban gangs leading to the fall of Kabul reminded me of the fall of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, at the hands of US forces nearly 20 years ago. Both events were broadcast exclusively by the Qatari Al-Jazeera TV network, with no mention about how …
Egypt previously mediated ceasefire between Israel, Hamas ending 11-day assault on Gaza in May
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on Monday that he will not resign and will continue to assume his responsibilities until the end of his presidency period, said a statement by Lebanon’s Presidency. The statement came following remarks by citizens over the social media and TV outlets urging the president to resign to pave the …
Sudanese army resizes control of Al-Fashqa, which has been occupied by Ethiopian militias since 1994
Egyptian doctors arrived onboard plane carrying 1.5 tonnes of medical tools, supplies
“The local authorities deployed a number of security units in Aden and intensified intelligence operations to thwart imminent terror attacks against the state institutions in the city,” the local government source said on condition of anonymity.
This development is considered as an important step for implementing the ceasefire agreement, stabilising the country and unifying the military institutions.
Preparations are underway for urgent Egyptian medical aid to Lebanon
The new change covered five ministers in total, namely the ministers of information, social affairs, as well as internal trade, and two state ministers.
Ethiopia accuses Khartoum of interfering in Tigray crisis
It was not immediately clear what the government’s plans are, although units from different regions have moved towards Tigray in recent weeks to support the army
Lebanese government says Israeli strikes against Hezbollah as hostile act
The two sides also discussed the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Tigray region and reports of the re-entry of Eritrean forces to Ethiopia, with its repercussions on regional stability.