Air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition have killed at least three people in Yemen’s rebel-held capital Sanaa, the Houthi-affiliated Health Ministry said yesterday.
Sudanese police fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters planning to march on parliament yesterday, as President Omar al-Bashir insisted demonstrators who died in anti-government rallies were not killed by security forces.
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas on Sunday at several hundred protesters and chased them down side streets, a Reuters witness said, as anti-government protests entered their second month.
A key US senator Saturday said the Saudi crown prince was responsible for Jamal Khashoggi's murder and must be "dealt with", as he threatened new sanctions.
Syria now has a good opportunity to reach a political solution to its devastating eight-year war as ceasefires have brought calm to many areas of the country, Syria's chief opposition negotiator said on Saturday.
Some 117 migrants who left Libya in a rubber dinghy two days ago are unaccounted for, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said on Saturday, after three people were rescued from the vessel after it sank in the Mediterranean.
US Senator Lindsey Graham said on Saturday he hoped President Donald Trump would slow the US withdrawal from Syria until Islamic State is destroyed.
At least 23 people, including civilians, were killed yesterday when a US-led air alliance fighting Islamic State in Syria carried out air strikes on the last pockets occupied by the militant group in the east of the country, a war monitor reported.
Hundreds of mourners returning from the funeral of a protester and crowds of worshippers launched spontaneous anti-government rallies in Sudan Friday, witnesses said, a day after three demonstrators died in Khartoum.