Sudan’s military seized power from a transitional government yesterday and soldiers killed at least three people and wounded 80 as street protests broke out against the coup.
Funds needed to feed millions of people in war-ravaged Yemen could run out in a matter of weeks, a senior United Nations official warned, calling on donors to inject more cash to avert a large-scale famine.
Iran has reopened its doors to tourists vaccinated against Covid-19 after almost 20 months of closure due to the pandemic, media in the Islamic republic said Monday.
The Gaza Strip might be off-limits for foreign foodies but the coastal Palestinian enclave is brimming with seafood restaurants, many owned by one local family whose culinary hook is their matriarch’s spicy fish tajine.
The Palestinian foreign ministry criticised the international stances regarding “the terrorism of the Israeli occupation authorities against Palestinian civil society organisations, and the atrocity of its ongoing crimes against the Palestinian people.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday he instructed the foreign minister to declare 10 ambassadors persona non grata over their statement on the ongoing case of businessman Osman Kavala.
Prince Mohamed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister, who is also Chairman of the Supreme Committee for Green Saudi Arabia, launched the inaugural edition of the annual forum of the Saudi Green Initiative in Riyadh Saturday
Iran yesterday allowed people to attend prayers at the University of Tehran, the main weekly service in the capital, for the first time in nearly 20 months.