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Al Manar
Al Manar
About 2 days ago

Boko Haram Commits Massacre, Kills at Least 43 Farm Workers in Nigeria

Boko Haram militants killed at least 43 farm workers and injured six in rice fields near the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri on Saturday, an anti-jihadist militia told AFP. The assailants tied up the agricultural workers and slit their throats in the village of Koshobe, the militia said. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari condemned the attack, saying: 'The entire country has been wounded by these senseless killings.' 'We have recovered 43 dead bodies, ...
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 3 days ago

Iran elected a member of Independent Islamic HR Commission

TEHRAN, Nov. 28 (MNA) – Representative of Islamic Republic of Iran was elected a member of Independent and Permanent Islamic Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) which is an independent institutions of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
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Mehr News
Mehr News
About 3 days ago

Intl. reactions to assassination of Iranian top scientist

TEHRAN, Nov. 28 (MNA) – The assassination of Iranian scientist Fakhrizadeh provoked many reactions in the region and the world but in the meantime, the silence of many human rights defenders in not condemning this assassination is debatable.
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 3 days ago

Ethiopian Forces to Take Tigray’s Capital ‘In A Few Days’ - Army

More from Africa :Abiy accused Tigrayan leaders of starting the war by attacking federal troops at a base in Tigray.
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 3 days ago

UN Flies Aid into Sudan for Ethiopian Refugees

More from Africa :Aid agencies are preparing for up to 200,000 refugees in total.
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 4 days ago

Ethiopians Flee Tigray Capital in Fear of Imminent Assault

More from Africa :Food and other supplies are running out in the Tigray region of 6 million people.
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Al Manar
Al Manar
About 5 days ago

Ethiopia PM Orders Final Offensive against Dissident Tigray Leaders

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmad on Thursday ordered Ethiopia's army to launch a final offensive against Tigray's dissident leaders in their regional capital Mekele, saying the deadline for surrender had expired. Abiy, the winner of last year's Nobel Peace Prize, late Sunday gave the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) 72 hours to lay down their arms. The ultimatum was rejected by the leaders of the region, whose forces have been fighting federal troops ...
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 5 days ago

Ethiopia PM Orders Final Offensive against Tigray Leaders in Mekele

More from Africa :Abiy announced that the Ethiopian Army have now been directed to conclude the final phase of operations in Mekele.
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Al Manar
Al Manar
About 6 days ago

Deadly Conflict in Ethiopia Escalates as Tigray Rejects PM's Ultimatum

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed gave the anti-government Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) 72 hours to surrender on Sunday. The head of the region Debretsion Gebremichael rejected the demands, saying that his people are 'ready to die' for their homeland. The UN and international organizations have urged the sides in the Ethiopian conflict to cease hostilities in a bid to prevent civilian casualties, as the deadline for the ultimatum approaches. 'The highly aggressive ...
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