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Fire likely cause of 2016 EgyptAir crash: French investigation

07 July, 2018

French investigators said a cockpit fire likely caused the 2016 EgyptAir MS804 crash, contradicting Egyptian authorities who said explosives traces were found on the victims' remains.

Italy calls for end to arms embargo on Libya

06 July, 2018

Italy's interior minister on Thursday called for the end of the international arms embargo on Libya, arguing weapons and migrant traffickers disregard it anyway.

Asylum processing centres would merely mask EU migration failings

02 July, 2018

Comment: So long as the testimonies of people on the move are ignored, the EU will continue to struggle with a crisis of its own making, writes Vicki Squire.

Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia 'considering joint World Cup 2030 bid'

02 July, 2018

A Maghrebi Mondial in 2030? Algeria's sports minister hints at a shared World Cup with North African neighbours Tunisia and Morocco

Iraq scraps school exam results after answers leaked online

23 June, 2018

Iraq has cancelled the results of a school exam after answers to questions were leaked online despite authorities shutting down the internet during the test to prevent cheating.

120 countries at UN condemn Israel over Gaza killings

13 June, 2018

The UN voted to condemn Israel for the killing of more than 100 Palestinians in Gaza and rejected a US bid to put the blame on Hamas on Wednesday.

Algerian ex-defence chief 'can face war crime charges'

06 June, 2018

Major General Khaled Nezzar may face trial in Switzerland for allegations of torture and arbitrary arrests during Algeria's bloody civil war in 1990-1994

Tunisia pop-star says Saudi 'ban' prevented her from pilgrimage

05 June, 2018

A Tunisian pop star has said Saudi authorities have banned her from entering the kingdom, preventing her from performing pilgrimage to Islam's holiest site Mecca.

'Stop protecting sexual abusers' demand Algerian women

04 June, 2018

Algerian women have rallied behind a fitness blogger whose sexual harassment complaint to police failed to spark action against her abuser.

Algeria complains to EU over journalist 'insulting' ailing leader

03 June, 2018

Algeria has complained to the European Union after a journalist of Algerian origins harshly criticised ageing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in a video shot at EU's Brussels headquarters.

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