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UK adds all Hezbollah to terrorists blacklist, freezing its assets
The Kenyan leader also nominated six new principal secretaries who will also undergo vetting by parliament before assuming their new responsibilities as stipulated in the constitution
The report urges donors to build on 2019 gains, sustain lifesaving response and support livelihoods early in 2020. ”
The timetable means that the House managers would ceremonially walk the articles of impeachment from the House chamber to the Senate well later in the day Wednesday, formally presenting them and prompting a trial to commence, said the report
Gholamhossein Esmaili, Iran’s judiciary spokesperson, said some of those accused of having a role in the plane crash had already been arrested, without revealing the suspects’ identities or number.
Mahamat further called on “all stakeholders to concentrate their efforts towards the continuation of the peace process.”
In remarks delivered when outgoing Sudanese Ambassador to Zambia Award Ali paid a courtesy call on him, the Zambian leader said his government remains committed to cooperating with all the regional bodies it was affiliated to in Africa
Gheit and Maas also touched upon the preparations for Berlin conference to be held later in January for reaching a comprehensive political settlement in Libya.
The registration move was aimed at getting rid of dishonest telephone line users, controlling cybercrime and protecting Tanzanians against those abusing the telecom sector
The Zambian envoy further revealed that plans were underway for the holding of a tourism expo in Brazil this year to market the country’s tourism potential
At least 27 cattle have since died from the disease in the two districts. The three human cases in Marondera were picked at a clinic in Chimbwanda small-scale farming area on Jan. 2 and confirmed at the Chinese-built Mahusekwa Hospital on Jan. 6, according to a memorandum from district veterinary office to the provincial veterinary office
Hezbollah warns of retaliation against US troops in region
Iran detains UK ambassador amid new waves of protests
‘Iran deeply regrets this disastrous mistake,’ says Rouhani
The Ukrainian embassy in Iran said, based on preliminary information, that the plane had suffered a malfunction in the engine, adding that the crash was not “terrorist act.”
Tehran threatens to target Haifa and Dubai, UAE calls for de-escalation, Israel warns the region
Top diplomats from Britain, Italy, Germany, France as well as the European Union said in a joint statement after the meeting that “there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis… An immediate cessation of hostilities is therefore crucial.”
Deadly stampede kills 35 Iranians at Soleimani’s burial
The Al-shabaab extremist militant group has launched an attack against a US military based in Kenya. The eastern Kenya military base is being used by Kenyan and US forces. The group claimed the destruction of seven aircraft and three military vehicles in its statement claiming responsibility. The group also claimed “intense fighting” with US personnel …
Iraqi parliament passed a law to expel US troops
Pentagon to deploy roughly 3,500 more troops to the Middle East after killing Quds Force commander
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei appointed on Friday Brigadier General Ghaani as the successor of Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s major general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, after being killed by an American drone strike.
World leaders call for de-escalation and self-restraint
Australia has a long history of bushfires, which are a common occurrence there since the “Black Thursday Bushfires” in 1851.
However, protesters started to withdraw from the embassy after calls from the PMF asking them to leave the area and away from the embassy out of respect for the Iraqi government’s orders.
Turkey announced it would send troops to Libya to support GNA, Egypt opposes
The raids were initiated in the capital Ankara to capture 50 foreign nationals over alleged ties to the Islamic State (IS) militant group, the agency said.
More than 760,000 voters in the West African country are expected to cast their ballots in 3,139 polling stations in the runoff, which began at 7 a.m. local time (0700 GMT).
Burkina Faso faces a declining security situation in the northern regions as frequent militant attacks sparked a wave of panic in the country.
Al-Sisi asserts Egypt’s support for Libya’s LAAF