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Angolan Diplomats Sacked For Attending Jerusalem Embassy Opening.

Angolan Diplomats Sacked For Attending Jerusalem Embassy Opening.

Angolan Foreign Minister Manuel Augusto dismissed two senior diplomats on Wednesday for their participation in the the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem, according to African Media. Jao Diogo Fortunato, a senior official at the Angolan Embassy in Tel Aviv, was fired from his job for “failing to comply with procedures and harming Angola’s [&hellip

Saudi royal urges coup to depose King Salman, protect kingdom from harm.

Saudi royal urges coup to depose King Salman, protect kingdom from harm.

An exiled Saudi prince has called for a coup by his influential uncles to depose King Salman and prevent the current ruling structure led by his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, from doing more damage to the kingdom. Prince Khaled bin Farhan, who has been awarded asylum in Germany, made the call on Prince [&hellip

Ghana president orders arrest of football assoc. chief over corruption.

Ghana president orders arrest of football assoc. chief over corruption.

President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has ordered the immediate arrest of the country’s football association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi, several local media outlets have reported. The charge for Nyantakyi’s arrest order is said to be defrauding by false pretenses. The president’s order is for all security agencies to search and arrest the Ghana Football [&hellip

Al Shabaab suicide bomber hits Somalia military convoy.

Al Shabaab suicide bomber hits Somalia military convoy.

A suicide car bomber from Somalia’s Islamist group al Shabaab hit a military convoy outside Mogadishu on Tuesday, causing an unknown number of deaths, a police officer and the group’s spokesman told Reuters. The attack targeting a passing military convoy occurred in Afgoye, a district about 30 km northwest of Mogadishu, police officer Major Abdiqadir [&hellip

Thousands of Moroccans protest US embassy move, Gaza carnage.

Thousands of Moroccans protest US embassy move, Gaza carnage.

Thousands of Moroccans have held massive demonstrations to condemn Washington’s move to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds. More than 10,000 marchers poured onto the streets of Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and main port, on Sunday. The demonstrators condemned the relocation of the US embassy. They said the holly city would remain [&hellip

Mali: 12 civilians killed in army attack on market.

Mali: 12 civilians killed in army attack on market.

At least 12 civilians were killed in northern Mali in an attack on a market that also involved the shooting of a Malian soldier, military sources said on Sunday. The attack took place Saturday in the town of Boulekessi near the border with Burkina Faso. A military source from the joint force of soldiers from [&hellip

Tropical cyclone hits Somalia killing at least 15.

Tropical cyclone hits Somalia killing at least 15.

At least 15 people have died in Somaliland after heavy rains caused by tropical cyclone Sagar which landed in the Horn of Africa over the weekend. Situated at the northern tip of east Africa on the Gulf of Aden, Somaliland broke away from Somalia in 1991. “In the last 24 hours, heavy stormy rains killed [&hellip

World does not accept US deciding for all countries: Iran’s Rouhani.

World does not accept US deciding for all countries: Iran’s Rouhani.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the United States cannot make decisions for Iran and other independent countries after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo demanded broad changes in the course of the Islamic Republic’s foreign and domestic policy. “All world countries want independence in their decisions and perhaps Americans are able to advance their agenda [&hellip

Burundi vote results due this Monday.

Burundi vote results due this Monday.

The result of a referendum on constitutional reforms that could leave President Pierre Nkurunziza in power until 2034 will be declared this Monday, the electoral commission (Ceni) said Sunday. “Announcement of provisional referendum results Monday May 21 … start of ceremonies 16.00 (1400 GMT) precisely,” said Ceni head Pierre-Claver Ndayicariye in a message to political [&hellip

Riyadh to release Saudi-Ethiopian tycoon detained in anti-graft swoop: Ethiopia PM.

Riyadh to release Saudi-Ethiopian tycoon detained in anti-graft swoop: Ethiopia PM.

Saudi Arabia will soon release Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi, an Ethiopian-born Saudi billionaire arrested in November during a crackdown on corruption, Ethiopia’s prime minister said. Abiy Ahmed made the remarks late on Saturday after arriving from the Gulf kingdom, where he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a two-day visit. Al Amoudi, a son [&hellip