Tunisia’s president plans to omit ‘Islam’ from new constitution

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Tunisia’s president is planning to drop any reference to “Islam” in the country’s new constitution. The secularist Kais Saied is putting the constitution to a...

18 million in Africa’s Sahel region on ‘brink of starvation’

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The United Nations is warning that 18 million people in Africa’s Sahel region are facing severe hunger over the next three months. Food insecurity in...

Prominent Senegalese figures support Idrissa Gueye over LGBTQ stance

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Senegal's President Macky Sall and other prominent national figures have expressed their support for Paris Saint-Germain footballer Idrissa Gueye, who is facing homophobia accusations...

Egypt media personality causes uproar after ridiculing Prophet’s night journey

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The Egyptian parliament has proposed a draft law that bans "non-specialists" from discussing religion in mass media after a prominent presenter provocatively criticised the...

France to withdraw all troops from Mali after nine year military operation

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France has announced that it will begin a military withdrawal from Mali after more than nine years fighting anti-regime rebels. President Macron said French forces...

African Union suspends decision on Israel’s observer status

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The African Union (AU) has unanimously agreed to suspend the decision to grant observer status to Israel, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reports. The...

Moroccan boy Rayan passes away after being rescued from well

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An official Moroccan statement has confirmed that the five-year-old boy Rayan  who fell into a deep well in Morocco on Tuesday has passed away. The news...

Algerian players boycott football match due to participation of Israeli coach

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Three Algerian football players have announced their withdrawal from a “legends” football match in Qatar to protest against the participation of an Israeli coach,...

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s son to run for Libyan presidency

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The son of the late Libyan ruler, Muammar al-Gaddafi, has registered as a presidential candidate in the country’s elections next month. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, 49,...

Najla Bouden Romdhane becomes first female Prime Minister in Arab world

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Amid the ongoing political crisis in Tunisia, President Kais Saied has named Najla Bouden Romdhane, a little-known professor of geophysics, as Prime Minister -...
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