Cairo (MEE) – Egyptian police have raided Turkish public news wire Anadolu Agency’s Cairo office and detained four employees, the agency said in a statement on Wednesday. Anadolu said that police took the employees, including a Turkish citizen, to an unknown place early on Wednesday. “They didn’t give any explanation or show any reason for the
Tripoly (MEE) – A decommissioned Irish naval patrol ship has become the property of Libyan militia leader Khalifa Haftar, the Irish Times reported, raising renewed concerns about violations of an arms embargo on Libya. The LÉ Aisling, now named Al Karama, was decommissioned and stripped of its weaponry, as well as defensive
New York (MEE) – Sudan’s first civilian prime minister in three decades has been using a trip to New York for the annual United Nations General Assembly summit as an opportunity to launch a charm offensive and tie up international deals. Speaking at the UN, Abdalla Hamdok praised the “new Sudan” that has emerged from
Khartoum (OPINION) – Since launching its military campaign against Yemen in March of 2015, the Saudi-led coalition has exploited Sudanese troops as cannon fodder on the front lines. The time is long past for Sudan to withdraw its troops from Yemen and help accelerate an end to the devastating war.
Moscow (PA) – President Vladimir Putin hosted the first-ever Russia-Africa summit Wednesday and Thursday in the latest display of Moscow’s efforts to restore its geopolitical foothold on the continent after the fall of the Soviet Union. Amid a deluge of memoranda of understanding and cooperation agreements, Russia clinched a series