Egypt has warned foreign journalists about the consequences of the “non-professional” coverage of the presidential election in the North African country, where incumbent Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is headed toward a landslide victory in what has been effectively a one-man show.
Egypt government warns foreign journalists over election coverage
Tunisians on Saturday demonstrated in solidarity with Palestine as part of that country's Land Day commemorations.
Tunisians demonstrate in solidarity with Palestine
Sierra Leone's electoral staff prepared polling stations in Freetown early on Saturday morning as voters queued for a presidential run-off which was delayed by claims of electoral fraud.
Sierra Leone begins voting in presidential run-off
Member of Kenya special economic zones Laban Onditi Rao called for taking advantage of Iran's potentials and experiences in agriculture and modern technology fields.
Kenya calls for using Iran technology potentials
Thousands of people protested in Ghana’s capital Accra on Wednesday against the expansion of its defense cooperation with the United States, in a rare public display of opposition to the growing foreign military presence in West Africa.
Ghanaians protest over expanded military co-operation deal with U.S.
Australian academics could help unlock mysteries around ancient Egypt after discovering that a 2,500-year old coffin might contain the remains of a prestigious mummy.
'poorly preserved' mummy may offer cues into ancient Egypt
Egypt began the second of a three-day presidential election on Tuesday with President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi set for an easy victory, after authorities urged people to cast their ballots to provide a strong mandate for the former military commander.
Egypt begins second day of voting as Sisi coasts toward victory
A key figure in charge of South Africa's economy has hinted at his appetite for privatizing the country's ailing state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
South Africa's economic chief hints at privatization drive
Egyptians begin voting in a highly-contentious presidential election, with incumbent Abel Fattah el-Sisi almost certain to glide to victory after his military-backed administration either jailed or scared off all serious contenders.
Egyptians head to polls; Sisi, facing little contest, urges big turnout
Around 25,000 have rallied in Tel Aviv to protest the Israeli regime’s forcible expulsion of African asylum seekers.
Migrants rally in Tel Aviv after 'monkeys' slur by rabbi

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