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Trump Aide Drew Plan on Napkin to Divide Libya!

Trump Aide Drew Plan on Napkin to Divide Libya!

Sebastian Gorka, a deputy assistant to Donald Trump under pressure over his past ties with Hungarian far-right groups, suggested the idea of partition in the weeks leading up to the US President’s inauguration, an official with knowledge of the matter ...

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Anti-Apartheid Icon Ahmed Kathrada Dies

Anti-Apartheid Icon Ahmed Kathrada Dies

Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada, who spent 26 years in jail – many of them alongside Nelson Mandela  – for acts of sabotage against South Africa’s white minority government, died in Johannesburg on Tuesday morning at the age of 87. He had been ...

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Famine Hits South Sudan as 100,000 Face Starvation: UN

Famine Hits South Sudan as 100,000 Face Starvation: UN

PARACH MACH JUBA (AA): Three years of civil war and a collapsing economy have left no fewer than 100,000 people starving in parts of violence-plagued South Sudan, according to United Nations agencies. A joint statement released Monday by the Food ...

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UN: 944,000 Children Face Acute Malnutrition in Somalia

UN: 944,000 Children Face Acute Malnutrition in Somalia

Magdalene Mukami Nairobi (AA): The United Nations has raised a red flag over a devastating drought that has gripped Somalia, with estimates showing that nearly a million children will be acutely malnourished this year as the situation worsens. In a ...

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OIC Hails Morocco’s Return to African Union

OIC Hails Morocco’s Return to African Union

Istanbul (AA): Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Secretary-General Yusuf Bin Ahmed al-Othaimeen hailed Morocco’s return to the African Union (AU) following a 33-year absence, according to a Tuesday statement. Al-Othaimeen expressed hope that the move would enhance the AU’s weight ...

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Incidents of Islamophobia Anger S. African Muslims

Incidents of Islamophobia Anger S. African Muslims

Hassan Isilow Johannesburg (AA): Muslims in South Africa have expressed concern at growing incidents of Islamophobia after a mosque was defaced Monday in Cape Town, three days after a pig’s snout was found at another mosque. Dr. Faisal Suleiman of ...

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