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Holocaust survivors urge Netanyahu not to expel African migrants

27 January, 2018

Activists have published a public letter urging Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu not to go ahead with plans to expel 38,000 migrants.

GCC crisis: Unresolved tensions plague Turkey-UAE relations

26 January, 2018

Comment: As the US loses influence in the region, both Ankara and Abu Dhabi are seeking to fill the void with assertive foreign policies, write Theodore Karasik and Giorgio Cafiero.

Kidnapped Sudanese migrants freed after Libya busts people-smuggling ring

24 January, 2018

Social media footage released on Monday had shown a group of Sudanese men being choked, detained and tortured by human trafficking gangs in Libya.

Sudan frees journalists detained covering protests

22 January, 2018

Sporadic protests have erupted across Sudan after prices of food surged following a jump in the cost of flour due to a shortage of wheat.

UN employee abducted in Yemen's capital Sanaa

21 January, 2018

UN employee Hisham Abdel-Rahman Bagash was abducted by a masked man in Yemen's capital Sanaa as the war rages on.

Sudan detains AFP, Reuters journalists covering Khartoum protests

20 January, 2018

Sudanese authorities have targeted journalists as protests anti-austerity protests continue in the country's capital.

Germany stops weapons sales to countries fighting in Yemen

19 January, 2018

Germany's government said on Friday it would "immediately" stop weapons sales to countries involved in the Yemen conflict, including major customer Saudi Arabia.

Israeli rabbis plan to 'hide' African migrants facing deportation

18 January, 2018

A group of rabbis in Israel have begun a campaign to physically hide African migrants Anne Frank-style in their homes to stop authorities from deporting them under a controversial scheme.

Ethiopian PM arrives in Egypt for talks on Nile

18 January, 2018

Ethiopia’s prime minister arrived in Cairo on Wednesday for a two-day visit to discuss a massive dam that Egypt fears will cut into its share of the Nile

Egypt vows to protect 'water rights' amid Nile-basin tensions

16 January, 2018

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Monday vowed to protect Egypt's water supply while striving to maintain peace between the Nile upstream countries of Sudan and Ethiopia.

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