Protesters reportedly burnt tyres and blocked several roads in Ouargla after a court convicted blogger Ameur Guerrache who helped organise demonstrations against the marginalisation of the city’s inhabitants.
"We ask the United Nations to urgently fulfill its promises: that of ridding Western Sahara of colonisation, in accordance with its Charter and its resolutions," Polisario Front leader Brahim Ghali said in a speech at a refugee camp.
Supporters of Ennahda Party stage a demonstration on Saturday in the capital Tunis to strengthen national unity and for giving a message of the necessity of dialogue.
The new interim government and future ministers are replacing Libya’s two rival administrations as part of a UN-backed transitional roadmap, which envisages holding elections in the war-torn country in December.
At least 41 refugees and migrants have drowned with more than 70 others rescued by a commercial vessel that took them to Sicilian port town Porto Empedocle.
Algeria’s president has made token gestures to appease protestors and promised new elections, while being confronted with a popular movement that is a shadow of its former self.
Some 7,000 people, who fled two separate escalating conflicts in western Ethiopia, have been living among Sudanese host communities in dire conditions, says the UN refugee agency.
“My goal is to use music to help treat corona patients that are in a bad psychological condition, suffering loneliness – which is their first enemy,” said Dr. Siala, who plays the violin and is also a member of a group called the “Pepper Band."
Fathi Bashagha didn’t suffer any injury during the attack in which, his convoy was targeted by gunmen, two of them have been arrested and the third one was killed, the Libyan interior ministry said.
Sunday's move, seen as the boldest economic measure taken by the joint military-civilian government, could provoke a popular backlash as the price of goods and services rise in response to the fall of the pound’s value.
Algeria is facing political and economic crises, with the coronavirus pandemic adding to the woes of an oil-dependent economy.
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announces a government reshuffle and orders the release of 60 detainees of a protest movement that forced his predecessor from power.
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