Thousands of supporters of Yemen’s Houthis rallied in the capital Sanaa yesterday to celebrate the seventh anniversary of the ousting of the government, as the group’s fighters pushed through frontlines in oil-producing regions of the country.
Iran’s new president yesterday voiced support for renewed nuclear negotiations in his international debut even as he hailed what he termed the decline of US hegemony.
Sudanese authorities have contained a failed coup attempt and the situation has been brought under control, a member of the country's ruling council told Reuters on Tuesday.
Dozens of demonstrators in Sudan have blocked key roads and a crucial port in the country’s east in protest at parts of a peace deal with rebel groups, a protest leader said yesterday.
Palestinian artist Abeer Jebril’s dark-coloured paintings show ballerinas chained in barbed wire, dancing on rocks, or facing barricades to mirror what she calls the “ticking bomb” reality of women in Gaza.
Iran’s new atomic energy chief Mohamed Eslami yesterday called on the United States to “rectify their wrong policies” and lift sanctions, at the opening of the UN nuclear watchdog’s annual conference.
Former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, ousted in 2019 after mass protests, was given a state funeral yesterday attended by senior officials but received little of the attention given to such occasions in the past.
Several hundred demonstrators gathered in Tunis yesterday to protest against Tunisian President Kais Saied’s seizure of governing powers in July, which triggered a constitutional crisis and prompted accusations of a coup.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who ruled Algeria for two decades before resigning in 2019 under pressure from huge street protests, has died aged 84, leaving behind mixed reactions.
Iran will not allow the Islamic State group to establish a presence on the country's border with Afghanistan, President Ebrahim Raisi warned on Saturday