Tunisian President sacks Ambassador to the United States, Governor of Sfax | Tunisia News

No explanation is given for the new wave of dismissals of President Kais Saied who has reigned by decree since the end of July. President Kais Saied has sacked Tunisia’s…

China seals city as its worst virus outbreak in a year grows

BEIJING (AP) – The worst coronavirus outbreak in China since the pandemic began a year and a half ago escalated on Wednesday with dozens of additional cases across the country,…

Still a Regional Cold War?

My recent visit to Moldova on behalf of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and ODIHR/OSCE allowed me to indulge interests first sparked by reading Zoran Nicolic’s Atlas of…

The African Union, Israel and the futility of appeasement | African Union

For decades, African countries have supported the Palestinian liberation struggle against Israel, seeing parallels in it with their own anti-colonial movements. Likewise, the African Union has not hesitated to criticize…

Belarusian sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya becomes unlikely dissident

She sparked the biggest political crisis of the Tokyo Olympics, but Kristina Timanovskaya did not want to be a symbol of repression in her native Belarus. She just wanted to…

Armed men attack the house of the Afghan defense minister in Kabul

“There are dead bodies on the roads. We don’t know if they are civilians or Taliban,” said a resident, who was not appointed for security reasons, in the Afghan service…

Afghan families flee their homes in south amid Taliban advance: Live | Taliban news

Dozens of people flee as the Afghan army launches a counterattack against the Taliban in the southern town of Lashkar Gah, residents say. There has been intense fighting in Afghanistan…

Simone Biles wins bronze on beam at Tokyo Olympics

Simone Biles won a bronze medal on Tuesday in the gymnastics balance beam final, her first event since retiring from several competitions due to mental health concerns. Last Tuesday, Biles…

As COVID-19 explodes in Tunisia, oxygen is scarce

KAIROUAN, Tunisia (AP) – As Tunisia faces a wave of COVID-19 cases, the demand for vital oxygen has increased more than the supply, leaving desperate patients and their family members…

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