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Sudan's former Prime Minister Sadiq Al-Mahdi dies of coronavirus

26 November, 2020

Sudan's former Prime Minister Sadiq Al-Mahdi, the country's last democratically elected prime minister, has died from Covid-19.

Algerians outraged by Macron’s statements of support for Tebboune

24 November, 2020

Statements of support by Emmanuel Macron for Algerian leader Abdelmadjid Tabboune have caused outrage in Algeria, with opposition leaders accusing the French president of ‘imperialist’ interference.

Dealings possible with US despite 'crimes', Iran says

22 November, 2020

Iran's foreign ministry spokesman said the US has "committed repeated crimes against the Iranian people".

Walid al-Muallem: The legacy of Assad's Goebbelsian late FM

22 November, 2020

Comment: Sam Hamad reflects on the legacy of Walid al-Muallem, Assad's foreign minister who died this week, after he spent the past decade justifying Assad's crimes to the world.

Russia stops UN blacklisting of notorious Libya militia

21 November, 2020

Moscow reportedly said it wants more evidence of civilian killings before it agrees to the sanctions.

G20: World leaders will attend, but Riyadh shouldn't rejoice

20 November, 2020

Comment: Despite calls for boycotting the G20 summit hosted by Saudi Arabia this year, the world will send representatives. But this is not a favour to Riyadh, explains Courtney Freer

The Iraq Report: Mass execution sparks international concern

20 November, 2020

The execution of 21 men on terrorism-related charges, and warnings hundreds more risk the same fate, have raised fears that Iraq's counterterrorism laws are unfairly targeting Sunni citizens.

Evidence Australian troops 'unlawfully killed' 39 Afghans

19 November, 2020

Australia's top military officer admitted there was credible evidence his special forces unlawfully killed at least 39 Afghan civilians and prisoners.

How Minnesota's Somali community helped vote Trump out

18 November, 2020

In-depth: Amid large-scale grassroots campaigning and growing political influence, Minnesota's Somali community has become a key voting bloc in the swing state.

Libyan father seeks closure after son's forced disappearance

16 November, 2020

When armed men picked up the 20-year-old Haitham al-Magri for interrogation from his home, his father Mohamed never expected it would be the last time he saw him.

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