Mosque attack in Burkina Faso kills many

An attack on a mosque in eastern Burkina Faso has claimed the lives of dozens of Muslims on the same day as another deadly attack on Catholics attending mass, local and security sources told AFP on Monday. “Armed individuals attacked a mosque in Natiaboani on Sunday around 5:00 am, resulting in several dozen being killed,”…

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Sudan’s Al-Burhan in Libya to deepen bilateral ties

Sudan’s army chief, general Al-Burhan, was hosted Monday (Feb.26) by the head of Libya’s presidential council. Mohamed al-Menfi leads an institution of the UN-backed government in western Libya.   The visit was officially about strengthening bilateral ties. Libya’s Al Menfi commended the Jeddah deal which gave a short-lived ceasefire at the start of the war…

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‘One Love’ receives more love at the box office, claiming No. 1 spot for second straight week

For a second straight week, biopic ” Bob Marley: One Love ” continues to exceed expectations by claiming the No. 1 spot at the box office, overcoming two debut films and Sony’s “Madame Web” that’s still producing subpar numbers. The Paramount film starring Kingsley Ben-Adir pulled in $13.5 million during its second week of release….

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Egypt’s foreign minister calls out ‘world’s double standards’ over Israel offensive in Gaza

The Egyptian foreign minister said “the world is witnessing the most heinous crimes” against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, adding that the war there has exposed double standards in the approach to crises around the world. Sameh Shoukry made the remarks at the session of Human Rights Council in Geneva, stressing the need for…

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