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Former Tunisia's Ousted Ruler Has Died Aged 83

Africa News

Former Tunisia’s President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali has died in exile aged 83, his lawyer says. Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia after the 2011 revolution in Tunisia that began the Arab Spring and later spread to Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, and Syria.

Fresh Xenophobic Gang Violence Claims Four Lives In Cape Town

Africa News

South African Authorities had on Wednesday, 18th September 2019 reported that gang violence has claimed four more lives in Cape Town, a port city on South Africa’s southwestern coast.

Xenophobia: I Have No Apology For Nigeria – Mayor Of Johannesburg

Africa News

In what seemed to be a twist after the apology tendered by, Cyril Ramaphosa, the South African President to Nigeria, the Mayor of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba said apologizing to Nigeria was not necessary.

Tunisia's former autocratic president, Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali has on Thursday died in exile in Saudi Arabia at 83, Tunisian state news agency reports. Ben Ali ruled Tunisia for 23 years, delivering stability and economic growth. He, however, was ousted in 2011, after a series of mass street protest accusing him of suppressing political freedom and corruption.

Saudi Arabia Shows Proof Iran Backed Drone Attack

Middle East & Asia News

Saudi Arabia showed evidence on Wednesday linking regional rival Tehran to an unprecedented attack on its oil industry that Washington believes originated from Iran in a dangerous escalation of Middle East frictions.

Washington’s Maximum Pressure Campaign Against Iran Has Failed - Khamenei

Middle East & Asia News

Iranian government on Tuesday, said that Washington’s maximum pressure campaign against their nation had failed to achieve its goals.

Saudi Attack: There Are Many Options Including War – Trump Warns Iran

US & Canada News

U.S President Donald Trump has said that there are a variety of options available, including war as a response to Iran sponsored attack against Saudi Arabia.

Trump Fires NSA John Bolton

US & Canada News

United States' President Donald Trump has on Wednesday announced that he asked the National Security Adviser (NSA), John Bolton to resign after 17 months of appointment, saying he disagreed with Bolton's suggestions.

North Korea Ready To Resume Talks With U.S

US & Canada News

North Korea has disclosed that it is willing to resume nuclear talks with the United States later this month with the condition that Washington takes a new approach.

Britain’s Supreme Court To Commence Hearing Against Suspension Of Parliament

Europe News

Britain’s Supreme Court is to begin hearing legal arguments on Tuesday against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament, a move that may come down to Queen Elizabeth II to pick aside.

Boris Johnson Reverse Theresa May's Student Visa Rules

Europe News

Theresa May, when she was the home secretary in 2012, brought in rules that force international students to leave the UK four months after completing their degree. But the Boris Johnson government has decided to extend the period to two years after graduating.

British Airways Grounds Planes In 48 Hour Pilot Strike

Europe News

UK’s flag carrier airline, British Airways pilots on Monday commenced a 48-hour strike, causing the airline to cancel most of its flights as well as disrupting travellers’ plans over a payment dispute.