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African leaders laud Mugabe at state funeral

African leaders laud Mugabe at state funeral

Zimbabwe gave former president Robert Mugabe a state funeral yesterday with African leaders paying tribute to a man lauded as a liberation hero but whose 37-year rule was defined by repression and economic turmoil.

Yemeni rebel attacks pose danger to Saudi infrastructure

Yemeni rebel attacks pose danger to Saudi infrastructure

Drone attacks launched by Yemeni rebels on Saudi oil facilities yesterday have exposed the threat to critical infrastructure in the kingdom.

Houthi drone strikes disrupt Saudi oil flows

Houthi drone strikes disrupt Saudi oil flows

Yemen's Houthi group on Saturday attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry, including the world's biggest petroleum processing facility, in a strike that three sources said ...

Houthi drones hit two Aramco plants, Saudis say fires contained

Houthi drones hit two Aramco plants, Saudis say fires contained

Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi group on Saturday attacked two Saudi Aramco plants, including the world's biggest oil processing facility, sparking fires in the latest flare up of violence in the Gulf.

Tunisians prepare as unpredictable election looms

Tunisians prepare as unpredictable election looms

Tunisia’s presidential election tomorrow is the most unpredictable in its short experience of democracy, a contest with no overwhelming front-runner at a time of economic angst.

Tunisia gears up for presidential poll steeped in uncertainty

Tunisia gears up for presidential poll steeped in uncertainty

Tunisia will hold on Sunday its second free presidential election by universal suffrage since the 2011 uprising that toppled an autocratic regime, with growing uncertainty over who will reach the next round.

Jailed Tunisian presidential hopeful goes on hunger strike

Jailed Tunisian presidential hopeful goes on hunger strike

Jailed Tunisian media mogul, Nabil Karoui, one of the front-runners in the country’s presidential polls this weekend, started a hunger strike yesterday to protest his imprisonment, a source in his campaign said.

Sudanese demand justice for slain protesters

Sudanese demand justice for slain protesters

Thousands of Sudanese protested yesterday outside the presidential palace in Khartoum, calling for the appointment of senior judicial officials and justice for demonstrators killed since December.

Sudanese demand justice for slain protesters

Sudanese demand justice for slain protesters

Thousands of Sudanese protested yesterday outside the presidential palace in Khartoum, calling for the appointment of senior judicial officials and justice for demonstrators killed since December.

Israel’s annexation plan faces criticism

Israel’s annexation plan faces criticism

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s pre-election pledge to annex the West Bank’s Jordan Valley drew praise from right-wing allies yesterday, but opponents called it a desperate bid to remain in office.

Sudan's ruling council, rebel leaders agree on peace talks roadmap

Sudan's ruling council, rebel leaders agree on peace talks roadmap

Sudan's ruling council and rebel leaders have agreed on a roadmap for peace talks that are expected to begin in October and last about two months

US senators ask Saudi to pay $750mn in Yemen aid

US senators ask Saudi to pay $750mn in Yemen aid

Republican and Democratic US senators revived an effort to pressure Saudi Arabia over human rights, by pushing the country to fulfill its commitment to provide $750mn this year to help the people of Yemen

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