Jewish human rights groups are denouncing Israel’s plans to deport almost 40,000 African asylum seekers, defending refugees whom Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls “infiltrators.”
On Sunday, Netanyahu’s 28-member executive cabinet voted unanimously to close the Holot detention center and give African asylum seekers three months to leave the
Kigali - Rwanda is willing to provide refuge to as many as 30 000 African migrants suffering abuse and slave-like conditions in Libya, the foreign minister told AFP Wednesday.
"Rwanda is currently under discussions
A terrorist attack on a mosque in Egypt’s troubled North Sinai region is the deadliest terrorist attack in Egypt’s modern history.
According to Egyptian state television, at least 235 people were killed and more than 109 injured after unidentified terrorists stormed Al-Rawda mosque with explosives and heavy
HARARE (Reuters) - New President Emmerson Mnangagwa laid out a grand vision on Friday to revitalize Zimbabwe’s ravaged economy and vowed to rule on behalf of all the country’s citizens.
Sworn in days after the overthrow of Robert Mugabe, the 75-year-old former security chief promised to
Canadian mining company has lost its bid to block a lawsuit accusing it of human rights abuses against miners in Eritrea after a ruling by an appeals court in British Columbia.
The decision, against Nevsun Resources, paves the way for a groundbreaking legal challenge that links the Vancouver
A selfie of Miss Israel and Miss Iraq taken in Las Vegas and posted by both contestants on Instagram has unleashed a digital diplomatic debate. Intended as a message of peace for the Middle East, it has drawn criticism.
Israel and Iraq may not have diplomatic
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe resigned on Tuesday, bringing to an end 37 years in power which he began as a hero of the struggle against white rule and ended as the man blamed for reducing his country to despotism and economic misery.
The streets of Harare
A plan by Israeli authorities to forcibly deport to third countries or jail African migrants will affect predominantly Eritrea and Sudanese migrants in the country.
Israel is looking to close its Holot detention center for African migrants within four months. The center is home to thousands
The ruling party of Zimbabwe has voted to sack Robert Mugabe as its leader and has appointed in his place the vice-president the veteran autocrat fired two weeks ago.
The vote by hundreds of senior Zanu-PF officials in Harare on Sunday significantly weakens the position of Mugabe, who
By Michael Abraha
Eritrea is again said to have jailed without trial more people since October 31, 2017 in an effort to extinguish the blazing spirit of the rebellious Islamic school, Al Diaa, in Asmara. How dare they refuse to stop teaching Islam in that school
Zimbabwe remains in political limbo a day-and-a-half after the military takeoverthat appears to have put an end to Robert Mugabe’s 37-year grip on power.
As talks between Mugabe - who has been confined to his residence in Harare by the army, and senior military officers – entered
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
On 31/10/2017 the students of Al Diaa Islamic School marched from Akria to the City Centre, angered by the decision of the regime to take ownership of the school and imprison the 92 years old Haji Musa Nur, the chairman of school board,
Robert Mugabe remains in detention at his home in Zimbabwe more than 12 hours after the military declared on national television that it had temporarily taken control of the country to “target criminals” around the head of state.
The move by the armed forces appears to have
14 November 2017 – The Security Council on Tuesday renewed until 15 November 2018 the partial lifting of the arms embargo on Somalia, authorization for maritime interdiction of illicit arms imports and charcoal exports, and the humanitarian exemption.
In the resolution adopted by 11 affirmative votes
The UN human rights chief says the European Union policy of helping Libyan authorities intercept migrants on the Mediterranean and return them to Libya is "inhuman."
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein decried "unimaginable horrors" faced by 19,900 migrants now detained in the North African country, more than 2½