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Turkey arrests suspected UAE spies, probes Khashoggi link

Turkey arrests suspected UAE spies, probes Khashoggi link

Turkey has arrested two men suspected of spying for the United Arab Emirates and is investigating whether the suspects were linked to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to ...

Algerian protesters keep up pressure on old political guard

Algerian protesters keep up pressure on old political guard

Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets for a ninth successive Friday in Algeria to demand a complete political overhaul in the wake of former president Abdelaziz Bouteflika&#...

Sudan protest leaders to unveil interim civilian council

Sudan protest leaders to unveil interim civilian council

Sudan’s protest leaders have announced plans to unveil a civilian body to take over from the country’s ruling military council as huge crowds of demonstrators continued their days-long sit...

A year into Nicaragua crisis: Women face ‘dramatic consequences’

A year into Nicaragua crisis: Women face ‘dramatic consequences’

Jinotepe, Nicaragua – Watching nervously for paramilitaries on motorcycles that stalk the street outside her door, Juana Lesage said she has lived “months of terror” since all three ...

Khashoggi probe to push for accountability: UN investigator

Khashoggi probe to push for accountability: UN investigator

United Nations – Inquiries into the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi should not end once her report on the killing is submitted in the coming weeks, United Nations investigator...

Libya death toll rises to 205 as Tripoli fighting continues: WHO

Libya death toll rises to 205 as Tripoli fighting continues: WHO

At least 205 people have been killed in the battle for control of the Libyan capital Tripoli, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday, as the United Nations-recognised government said it ...

The women trying to solve Lagos’ waste problem

The women trying to solve Lagos’ waste problem

Lagos, Nigeria – For Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola, the inspiration came early.  As a child growing up in the 1980s and 90s, she watched her engineer mother lead teams at Nigeria’s now clos...

Bells of French cathedrals ring in solemn tribute to Notre Dame

Bells of French cathedrals ring in solemn tribute to Notre Dame

Paris, France – As soon as clocks struck 6:50pm on Friday, more than 100 cathedrals across France rang their bells to mark the exact moment that Notre Dame, one of the country’s most iconi...

Trucking and the Indians hoping to cross the US-Mexico border

Trucking and the Indians hoping to cross the US-Mexico border

San Francisco, California – For decades, Indian nationals have been making long journeys to reach the US-Mexico border. In some detention facilities in California, up to 40 percent of the people...

The vote’s (not quite) in the bag: Indonesia poll, West Papua way

The vote’s (not quite) in the bag: Indonesia poll, West Papua way

Yahukimo, West Papua, Indonesia – It was late on Tuesday afternoon, just hours before Indonesia was due to go to the polls, and the ballots had still not arrived in Mugi, a villag...

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