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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

North Africa

Egypt acquires equipment for Police force

Egypt's police have received a fleet of vehicles equipped with detention rooms and sophisticated technological equipment to apprehend extremists and criminals. The country's Interior Ministry...

Tunisia beach massacre case set for next month

The first public hearing into the June 2015 attack in the Tunisian resort of Sousse that killed 38 foreign tourists will begin next month. A...

Egypt moves to boost power generation, distribution

Electricity consumers in Egypt may soon have access to uninterrupted power supply as renewable energy takes attention. Minister of Investment, Sahar Nasr has already signed...

Italy sees U.S. supportive over Libya, denies Trump snub

Italian officials played down on Friday suggestions that U.S. President Donald Trump had snubbed efforts by Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni to get Washington more...

U.S. defense secretary looks to rebuild trust in Egypt visit

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Thursday he was optimistic about improving military ties with Egypt after talks in Cairo with President Abdel...

Mali returns interim authorities to last northern cities

TVC NEWS Mali succeeded in restoring interim authorities to its northern cities of Timbuktu and Menaka on Thursday, ending a standoff with armed Tuareg...

Egypt police kill gunman linked to attack near St. Catherine’s Monastery

Egyptian security forces have tracked down and killed a gunman suspected of involvement in an attack near St Catherine's Monastery in southern Sinai that...

W.H.O. foresees 50,000 cases of disease in Somalia

More than twenty five thousand people have been struck by Cholera or acute water Diarrhoea as a result of the extreme drought that has...

UNICEF to help combat outbreak of cholera, Diarrhoea in Somalia

The United Nations Children's Fund is scaling up its response in Somalia to combat a devastating outbreak of cholera and diarrhoea affecting the country...

Hundreds gather at attacked Egyptian church to mourn bombing dead

Hundreds of members of Egypt's Christian minority Copt community gathered at a church in the city of Tanta on Easter Sunday to mourn those...
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