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Mauritania confirms first coronavirus case

14 March, 2020

An expatriate man who had flown into Mauritania from Europe has tested positive for coronavirus.

UAE allocates $2 bn for investment in Mauritania

03 February, 2020

Mauritania will receive $2 billion in investments from the United Arab Emirates, state media said on Sunday.

Mauritania arrests 10 men after purported gay wedding

31 January, 2020

Ten men were arrested in Mauritania after a video of a birthday party was said to be the country's first gay marriage ceremony.

Dakar Rally opens dark new chapter in Saudi sportswashing

14 January, 2020

Comment: An 'open' Saudi Arabia has nothing to do with hosting sporting events, and everything to do with transparency and accountability, writes Anthony Harwood.

31 women killed in Burkina Faso extremist attack

25 December, 2019

Burkina Faso's president has declared two days of national mourning after one of the worst attacks in the west African nation's modern history.

'Turning point' reached in fight against African militants: Macron

23 December, 2019

France and five allied countries say they have reached a 'turning points' in battling Islamist militants.

Morocco redraws maritime boundaries through Western Saharan waters

17 December, 2019

Morocco's lower house has passed two bills which expand its sovereign territory - one which redraws its maritime boundaries and the other which defines its 'exclusive economic area'.

UNESCO recognises cultural heritage of Middle East's date palms

11 December, 2019

Date palm, and its traditions and practices, has made it on UNESCO's list of intangible cultural heritage.

US security agents helped UAE build 'secret spying unit'

10 December, 2019

The UAE’s DREAD programme was initially created in 2008 to track terrorist elements and had the blessing of the US, but the unit has since fallen under scrutiny.

Boat carrying migrants capsizes near Mauritania, killing 58

05 December, 2019

A boat carrying at least 150 Gambia migrants has capsized near Mauritania, after days of being stranded without fuel. At least 58 have died, with survivors swimming to shore

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