With border guards, clean-up crews and hospitals, Iraqi protesters have created a mini-state in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square, offering the kinds of services they say their government has failed to provide.
A Sudanese court on Saturday convicted former president Omar al-Bashir on corruption charges and sentenced him to two years of detention in a reform facility, the first ruling against the ex-leader ousted by mass unrest
A third anti-government activist has been murdered in Iraq in less than 10 days, police and medics said yesterday, as the United Nations accused militias of killing and abducting demonstrators.
The United States on Wednesday imposed new sanctions on Iran's biggest airline and its shipping industry
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed collected the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo yesterday, appealing for unity as ethnic violence flares in his country and reconciliation efforts with neighbouring former foe Eritrea have stalled.
Iraq’s south saw further protests and explosions, as demonstrations against the government and its Iranian sponsor that erupted on October 1 persist unabated, according to security sources.
Scores of Lebanese anti-government protesters yesterday threw garbage outside the houses of politicians in the northern port city of Tripoli to show their dismay at their perceived failure in doing their jobs.
Iraqis turned out yesterday to mourn a prominent activist gunned down the previous evening, the latest violent episode in anti-government demonstrations in which more than 450 people have died.
Two Palestinians were injured by a shrapnel of missiles fired by Israeli warplanes on sites in Gaza City and in the town of Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip, yesterday. According to the Palestinian news agency, two Palestinians were injured by shrapnel from a missile fired by an Israeli