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UN watchdog: 'Staggering' $36M embezzled in South Sudan

24 September, 2020

The UN commission and other watchdogs have long warned that officials are siphoning off millions of dollars from South Sudan's weak economy.

Lebanon on verge of another garbage crisis, warns HRW

24 September, 2020

Last month's explosion generated huge amounts of debris while causing serious damage to the Lebanon's waste management infrastructure

Iran to re-build Syrian air defences after Israeli strikes

24 September, 2020

The commander of Iran’s Aerospace Force said that Tehran was 'ready' to export arms as soon as a conventional arms embargo was lifted.

The battle to save Beirut's unique architectural heritage

24 September, 2020

In the aftermath of Beirut's explosion, citizens are fighting to protect the city's historic buildings.

Next normalisation deal 'coming in next day or two'

24 September, 2020

A third normalisation deal between Israel and a yet unnamed Arab state could be made public in the coming days, Ambassador Kelly Craft has said

Eastern Libyan forces claim IS leader killed in raid

24 September, 2020

The IS self-declared 'emirate' in Libya, fell to government forces in 2016.

Amnesty International slams abuse of refugees in Libya

24 September, 2020

Amnesty International has urged the EU to reconsider cooperation with Libya, saying that “appalling human rights abuses” were being committed against refugees and migrants in the country.

Saudi dissidents launch new opposition party amid repression

24 September, 2020

A group of Saudi dissidents exiled abroad have announced the launch of a new opposition party amid a continued crackdown on freedom of expression in the kingdom.

Three Egyptian police, four convicts killed in attempted prison-break

23 September, 2020

Three Egyptian policemen were killed when four convicts tried to escape the notorious Tora prison in Cairo. The convicts were later killed by security forces.

Coronavirus cases in Lebanon’s largest prison soar past 350

23 September, 2020

Tests have revealed that over 350 prisoners in Lebanon’s Roumieh prison, which lawyers have called a ‘humanitarian time bomb’, are suffering from coronavirus and some prisoners have threatened a mutiny.

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