The deal was signed on the sidelines of the COP27 climate conference in Sharm El Sheikh.
Users from the Middle East and North Africa received $566 billion in crypto from July 2021 to June 2022 – up 48 percent from the previous year.
Leaders from UAE, Jordan, Iraq, Bahrain and Egypt to discuss the dispute pitting Cairo and Khartoum against Ethiopia over its Nile dam, regional conflicts and Israel's assault on besieged Gaza, according to Egyptian media.
The referendum saw just 27.5 percent of 9.3 million registered voters cast ballots, with an overwhelming 92-93 percent supporting the new constitution.
The constitutional referendum, which is expected to pass amid boycott calls, will concentrate all powers in the hands of the president.
Violence broke out between protesters and security forces in Tanzania in recent weeks as the government moved in to implement a controversial plan for a game reserve.
Fire on dugout believed to be ignited by a cigarette leaves at least 14 people dead and injures 21 others, officials say.
The children lost contact following fierce fighting in Rutshuru territory between the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) and M23 rebels.
President Kais Saied appoints a constitutional professor to form a new constitution, leaving political parties out of the process.
A joint report by global monitors expects last year's record high of nearly 59.1 internally displaced people to be broken this year, fuelled by conflicts and the climate crisis.
Analysts say a divided Parliament will make it difficult for the crisis-hit country to form a government and solve Lebanon’s economic problems, but new faces bring some hope.
Police fired tear gas and used water cannon to disperse hundreds of protesters who came out on the streets in capital N'Djamena, accusing the former colonial power of supporting the country's military junta.
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