Government And Politics

UN: Clashes in Sudan’s West Darfur force 11,000 into Chad

Jan 28, 2020

The U.N. refugee agency says tribal clashes in Sudan’s West Darfur province have forced more than 11,000 people to flee into neighboring Chad over the past month

Taliban assault on Afghan police base kills 11

Jan 28, 2020

Afghan officials say Taliban militants have attacked a police base, killing 11, possibly with help from at least one of the policemen inside

Sultan Qaboos bin Said, who modernized Oman, dies at 79

Jan 11, 2020

State media say Oman's ruler Sultan Qaboos bin Said has died at the age of 79

On streets of Tehran, relief for now at no wider conflict

Jan 9, 2020

Many Iranians say they are relieved that neither their country nor the United States appear primed right now for a more direct military confrontation

Sudanese military plane crashes in west Darfour, 16 killed

Jan 3, 2020

Sudan's military says one of its aircraft has crashed in the western Darfour region on Thursday evening, killing all 16 people on board

Soleimani, a general who became Iran icon by targeting US

Jan 3, 2020

For Iranians, Qassem Soleimani widely represented the most prominent figure outside its Shiite theocracy of national resilience in the face of four decades of U.S. pressure

Taliban council agrees to cease-fire in Afghanistan

Dec 29, 2019

The Taliban say they have agreed to a temporary cease-fire nationwide

India bans citizenship law protests, death toll rises to 14

Dec 20, 2019

Authorities in India now say 14 people have died and at least 4,000 have been detained amid growing protests against a new citizenship law that critics say marginalizes Muslims. Police banned public gatherings in parts of New Delhi and other cities for the third day in a row and cut internet services to try to stop the demonstrations

Egyptian officials say policeman, militant killed in Sinai

Dec 8, 2019

Egyptian officials say a militant attack has killed a police conscript in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula

Demonstrators besiege Pakistan newspaper 2nd time in a week

Dec 6, 2019

Dozens of protesters have briefly besieged the office of a well-known independent newspaper in Islamabad, chanting slogans against the editor and staff and setting fire to copies of the paper before fleeing

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