Algeria closed its airspace to all Moroccan flights in September 2021, the month after it cut off diplomatic ties with its rival, accusing it of "hostile acts".
The Wikimedia Foundation disputed the claim by two digital rights groups saying "the Saudi government had infiltrated the highest ranks in Wikipedia's team in the region" due to "inaccuracies in the statement".
The militant group known to hold much sway in Lebanon’s internal and external affairs is willing to put aside land and ideological disputes with its avowed enemy Israel. But there is an elephant in the room.
An initial thorn in the side of European imperialism, Muslim pirates were seen through an orientalist lens because they posed an economic threat to the West.
A bizarre new list to categorise Muslims based on their countries of origin is at the heart of what critics call an attempt to further discriminate against the community.
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.
Along with the five people killed, several other civilians were wounded during the violent clashes that continued overnight.
Tunisia has been in the throes of a deep political crisis that aggravated the country's economic conditions since last year, when President Kais Saied ousted the government and dissolved parliament.
The announcement has raised fears that Sadr's supporters might escalate their protests, fuelling a new phase of instability in Iraq.
Children are among the fatalities in the strike, which targeted a part of Al Bab with heavy civilian presence.
The low voter turnout revealed that President Kais will face a major challenge in turning the public sentiment in his favour.
Dust storms are travelling thousands of kilometres, carrying pathogens such as meningitis or distributing fungi as well as causing acute or chronic respiratory complications.
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