In Nigeria finding value in waste recycling

There is money in the trash: scrap metal at the Romco recycling plant in Lagos Lagos (AFP) - Heaps of garbage scattered along roads and...

Tunisian ‘hanging garden’ farms cling on despite drought

High in the hills of northwest Tunisia, farmers plant thousands of fig trees with a unique system of terraces that they hope will protect...

Ethiopia’s Tigray rebels say they are ready for African Union-led peace talks

Both sides accused each other of violating the armistice that has been in place since late March Nairobi (AFP) - Ethiopia's Tigray rebels said Sunday...

African Union condemns recent coup in Burkina Faso

Troops are still guarding the National Television Center after Burkina Faso's second coup this year Ouagadougou (AFP) - The African Union on Saturday condemned the...

Military coup in Burkina Faso as military officers overthrow the leader of the junta

In Ouagadougou, protesters demanded the departure of junta leader Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaugo Damiba. Ouagadougou (AFP) - Military officers have seized control of Burkina Faso, claiming...

Ethiopia: First UN food aid convoy to Tigray since ceasefire

Fifteen trucks entered this region on Wednesday, where 5.4 million people are in food distress according to the World Food Programme. A truck chartered by...

World Cup 2022: Morocco in turmoil before the semi-final

The Atlas Lions intend to extend their dream of victory against the Blues, Wednesday, December 14. Since Saturday and their historic qualification, a whole...

South Africa: when reserves sterilize lionesses to preserve the species

In South Africa, to save the lions whose population has been halved in 20 years, they sometimes have to be rendered sterile. Inbreeding can...

Migrants: Italian coastguard rescues more than 1,300 people

More than 1,300 migrants were rescued on Saturday March 11 by the Italian coast guard. These 47 migrants are desperately waiting for help. The boat...

UN Security Council Has Five New Members The Role of the UN Security Council

UN Security Council Has Five New Members Algeria, Guyana, South Korea, Sierra Leone, and Slovenia have been elected as new members for the United Nations...

A Deal with Tunisia: EU’s Migration Collaboration Sparks Controversy

A Deal - and Much Criticism The EU and Tunisia intend to collaborate in order to restrict migration across the Mediterranean. While conservative politicians welcome...

Many Dead in Forest Fires in Algeria

Forest fires are raging along Algeria's Mediterranean coast, with the death toll rising to 34, according to the government. Firefighters in neighboring Tunisia are...

Swedish Embassy in Baghdad Stormed

Swedish Embassy in Baghdad Stormed Angry Muslims in Baghdad have stormed the Swedish embassy and set it on fire following the announcement of another Quran...

Inferno Unleashed: Devastating Wildfires Engulf Cyprus, Algeria, Italy, and France

Fires, Heatwaves, and No Relief in Sight Firefighters in the Mediterranean region continue to battle intense wildfires. The situation remains particularly difficult in Rhodes and...

Voting in Zimbabwe General Election Plagued by Delayed Ballot Paper Distribution

Voting in Zimbabwe General Election Delayed by Lack of Ballot Papers Zimbabwe's general election has been marred by delays due to a lack of ballot...

Tutankhamun: 100 years of fascination and mysteries around the young pharaoh

Exactly 100 years ago, the British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered, on November 4, 1922, the tomb of Tutankhamun. A site that continues to fascinate.It...

The African Union Joins the G20: A Step Towards Inclusive Global Governance

The African Union Joins the G20: A Step Towards Inclusive Global Governance In a landmark decision, the African Union (AU) has been welcomed as a...

A Modern Reflection of Ancient Splendor: The Pool at the Baths...

A Modern Reflection of Ancient Splendor: The Pool at the Baths of Caracalla In the heart of Rome, where history intertwines with contemporary innovation, a...