On May 8, 1945, French colonial forces launched a wave of repression in Algeria that killed thousands - the same day Europeans celebrated the end of World War II.
The number of deaths from coronavirus pandemic across the African nations has exceeded 3,000, says Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
The patients and the attendants will go through Covid-19 PCR test or samples will be taken for the PCR test for a fee, when entering Turkey from the airports or border gates.
The world cannot allow France to consign its colonial-era massacres to the dustbin of history.
The global death toll from the Covid-19 has exceeded 200,000 with confirmed cases approaching three million. Here are the developments for April 26:
Global death toll from Covid-19 crosses 190,000 as confirmed cases worldwide exceed 2.7 million, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Here are the updates for April 24:
Libya's UN-recognised government forces seized control of a strategic town and city near the capital Tripoli from militias loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar.
Celebrations for oil production cuts may have come too soon and will mainly benefit a few rich countries and shareholders.
From digitising dissent in Lebanon to cultivating new networks in India, the pandemic is not killing anti-government protests, but giving them a new direction.
In a matter of days, African leaders have made multiple appeals for financial aid to combat the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The relentless attacks and revolving door of mercenaries widen Libyans' exposure to the pandemic.
High unemployment rates, oppressive regimes and a desire for better education are some of the reasons cited by Arabs who express a desire to leave their countries.
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