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Hundreds of thousands of Iraqi women face inequalities in Iraq

Thousands of internally displaced Iraqi women who say they are facing discriminatory practices as Iraq seeks to recover from years of conflict. Hundreds of thousands...

Warnings of a new spike in infections in Iran

The COVID-19 respiratory disease has killed 6,640 people in Iran since the first two fatalities were reported in the city of Qom on February...

Al-Qaida-linked fighters attacked Syrian government positions

Syrian troops now control much of the country, with the help of Assad’s main backers Russia and Iran. The conflict, which began in March...

Thousands of shoppers in Pakistan prepare for Eid in spite second highest daily infection...

Despite Pakistan declaring its second highest daily infection toll, Pakistanis crowded markets on Saturday after a nationwide Coronavirus lockdown was eased. Prime Minister Imran Khan...

Expanded powers for Egyptian authorities amid virus outbreak

The Egyptian government has waged an unprecedented crackdown on dissent since 2013, when el-Sissi rose to power, and unauthorized protests have been banned for...

First reported Coronavirus death amid Yemen rebels

Stoking new fears of a major outbreak in the war-torn country, Yemen's Huthi rebels Tuesday announced the first Coronavirus death in the capital Sanaa,...

30 killed amid Arabs, non-Arabs Clashes in Sudan

At least 30 people dead and a dozen wounded following tribal clashes between Arabs and non-Arabs in the country's South Darfur province, Sudanese authorities...

Coronavirus death toll rises by 59 to 3,520 in Turkey

Health Ministry data showed on Tuesday that the number of people who have died from COVID-19 in Turkey has risen by 59 in the...

After almost a quarter of a century, Sudan appoints its first ambassador to the...

The U.S. government added Sudan to its list of state sponsors of terrorism in 1993 over allegations that Bashir’s Islamist government was supporting Islamist...

Nations calls for green recovery to revive virus-hit economies

With major economies drawing up enormous economic packages to cushion the shock of the Coronavirus pandemic, many investors, politicians and businesses see a unique...

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