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Confidence to the transitional government if presented appropriately, Libyan Parliament speaker Aguila Saleh warns

The new temporary unified government of Libya has not yet taken shape. Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba, the Prime Minister appointed by the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum

Middle East

Saudi Arabia “completely rejects” the US assessment of Khashoggi’s murder

Saudi Arabia “completely rejects” the US assessment of Khashoggi’s murder. The report notes that the de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, approved the


Somalia: Demonstrations against Farmajo’s despotic rule postponed after government apologises for Feb 19 crackdown

Friday’s demonstrations, planned against the incumbent President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo’s crackdown on protestors on 19 February, got postponed after the government authorities apologised for the


US raises concern over ICC Israeli-Palestinian war crime investigations, warns against conflict escalation

On Friday, the US administration took a tough stand against International Criminal Court (ICC) slamming its move to investigate war crimes on Palestinian land. Washington


Facebook returns news to Australia after deal with publishers

Facebook on Friday entered into preliminary agreements with three Australian publishers in order to restore news access for its users in the country. This development


Italian ambassador and a carabiniere killed in Congo, a bulletproof vest could have saved their lives

The Italian ambassador to Congo Luca Attanasio and the carabiniere Vittorio Iacovacci were killed in a firefight: therefore, it was not an execution. The first

Middle East

First Joe Biden’s airstrike kills 17 Iran-backed militiamen in Syria

On Thursday, the United States carried out an airstrike, the first since Joe Biden administration took office, against a facility linked to a pro-Iranian militia

Middle East

Jamal Khashoggi: Washington blames Saudi prince MBS for murder and publishes the CIA report

A phone call and the publication of a report hitherto kept secret, in two moves the White House closes the era of Mohammed Bin Salman’s


Tunisia releases the media magnate Nabil Karaoui upon payment of a $ 3.7 million bail

A Tunisian court has decided to release the media magnate and former presidential candidate, Nabil Karaoui, on bail of ten million Tunisian dinars (3.7 million


First batch of coronavirus vaccines to reach northwestern Syria next month, WHO says

The first batch of coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines will arrive in rebel-controlled areas in Northwestern Syria next month, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced Tuesday. A