Tunisia rescues 1,335 undocumented immigrants over past 24 hours
Tunisia's maritime guards rescued 1,335 undocumented immigrants during the past 24 hours from sinking boats after they foiled 31 illegal immigration attempts
By Xinhua 13 days ago
Tunisia rescues 1,335 undocumented immigrants over past 24 hours
Hamas chief reaffirms commitment to ceasefire demands
Head of the Hamas Political Bureau Ismail Haniyeh affirmed on Wednesday the movement's commitment to its demands for a ceasefire in Gaza.
By Xinhua 14 days ago
Hamas chief reaffirms commitment to ceasefire demands
Rafah drowning in tears as Palestinians bid farewell to loved ones for survival
The sad parting scenes reoccur at the Rafah crossing as numerous Palestinians depart the Strip, fleeing the looming threat of death that has persisted in the region for the past six months.
By Xinhua 14 days ago
Rafah drowning in tears as Palestinians bid farewell to loved ones for survival
14 civil servants arrested on organized crime charges in Ecuador
At least 14 civil servants in Ecuador, including judges and police officers, were arrested on Wednesday in a nationwide operation against corruption within the legal system
By Xinhua 14 days ago
14 civil servants arrested on organized crime charges in Ecuador
Nigerians to pay more for electricity under new tariff plan
Nigerians will begin to pay more for electricity following a tariff hike announced by the government's regulatory body on Wednesday.
By Xinhua 14 days ago
Nigerians to pay more for electricity under new tariff plan
South African parliament speaker resigns amid corruption investigation
South African National Assembly Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula resigned Wednesday amid investigations into corruption allegations against her.
By Xinhua 14 days ago
South African parliament speaker resigns amid corruption investigation
Bodies of foreign aid workers transferred to Egypt from Gaza
Bodies of the six foreign aid workers, who were killed in an Israeli strike, have been transferred to Egypt via the Rafah crossing for repatriation
By Xinhua 14 days ago
Bodies of foreign aid workers transferred to Egypt from Gaza
Gang violence takes toll on Haiti health facilities
Health facilities in Port-au-Prince metropolitan areas continue to be impacted by the ongoing violence, further restricting access to life-saving care for people
By Xinhua 14 days ago
Gang violence takes toll on Haiti health facilities
UN: Global increase in blocked aid threatens children's lives
The United Nations raised alarms over the alarming global uptick in incidents where humanitarian aid for children is being obstructed, warning of dire consequences.
By Xinhua 14 days ago
UN: Global increase in blocked aid threatens children's lives
21 patients die since Gaza hospital comes under new siege, WHO says
Twenty-one patients have died since Israeli Defense Forces raided Al-Shifa, the largest hospital in Gaza, for a second time on March 18, WHO said on Sunday.
By Xinhua 17 days ago
21 patients die since Gaza hospital comes under new siege, WHO says
Malawi's viral conjunctivitis outbreak surges to 13,400 cases
Viral conjunctivitis continues to surge in Malawi, with over 13,400 confirmed cases since the first cases were reported in the northern border district of Karonga in mid-February.
By Xinhua 17 days ago
Malawi's viral conjunctivitis outbreak surges to 13,400 cases
Somalia receives 1.4 mln doses of oral cholera vaccine as cases surge
Somalia has received 1.4 million vials of the oral cholera vaccine worth 2.5 million U.S. dollars from UNICEF amid alarm over the increasing number of reported cases in the country.
By Xinhua 17 days ago
Somalia receives 1.4 mln doses of oral cholera vaccine as cases surge
Israel prepares attack on Rafah as truce talks resume in Egypt
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Sunday that Israel's military was preparing to launch an attack on Rafah, as truce negotiations resumed in Egypt.
By Xinhua 17 days ago
Israel prepares attack on Rafah as truce talks resume in Egypt
Bangladesh mulls to suspend services of Facebook, YouTube
A Bangladeshi minister on Sunday said that the country would temporarily suspend services on Facebook and YouTube if they don't obey government instructions to control 'disinformation'
By Xinhua 17 days ago
Bangladesh mulls to suspend services of Facebook, YouTube
Trkiye's opposition takes election lead in key cities
Turkiye's main opposition, the Republican People's Party (CHP), led in local elections in key cities, including the country's largest city Istanbul and the capital Ankara, on Sunday.
By Xinhua 17 days ago
Trkiye's opposition takes election lead in key cities
Dozens trapped in Gaza's Al-Shifa hospital under inhumane conditions
Dozens of patients and medical staffers are trapped in the Al-Shifa Medical Complex west of Gaza City due to an Israeli military operation, the Gaza-based health ministry said Saturday.
By Xinhua 18 days ago
Dozens trapped in Gaza's Al-Shifa hospital under inhumane conditions
UN continues aid deliveries despite Haiti gangs targeting schools, health centers
UN humanitarians said on Thursday they continue to deliver aid, with their partners, to Haitians despite the upsurge in deadly gang violence that even targets schools and health facilities.
By Xinhua 18 days ago
UN continues aid deliveries despite Haiti gangs targeting schools, health centers
Second shipment of aid for Gaza leaves Cyprus port
A shipment of about 875 tons of food aid for Gaza residents left port early on Saturday afternoon, semi-state Cyprus News Agency reported.
By Xinhua 18 days ago
Second shipment of aid for Gaza leaves Cyprus port
At least 12 killed by Israeli bombing on Gaza City
At least 12 Palestinians were killed and 30 injured by Israeli bombing on those who were responsible for securing aid in Gaza City on Saturday night, according to Palestine TV.
By Xinhua 18 days ago
At least 12 killed by Israeli bombing on Gaza City
U.S quietly signs off more bombs, fighter jets for Israel
The U.S. government has authorized the transfer of billions of U.S dollars worth of bombs and fighter jets to Israel, despite an increasing rift between the White House and Netanyahu's government
By Xinhua 18 days ago
U.S quietly signs off more bombs, fighter jets for Israel
Heavy rains leave over 1,600 people homeless in southern Tanzania
At least 1,660 people have been left homeless due to heavy rains that destroyed 699 houses in the Nachingwea district of the Lindi region in southern Tanzania
By Xinhua 18 days ago
Heavy rains leave over 1,600 people homeless in southern Tanzania
World Bank to boost resilience of 3 million Ethiopians in drought-prone regions
The World Bank said that it has scaled up efforts to boost the resilience of three million Ethiopians living in drought-prone lowlands.
By Xinhua 18 days ago
World Bank to boost resilience of 3 million Ethiopians in drought-prone regions
Egypt to receive 1st tranche of IMF loan next week: PM
Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly announced on Saturday that Egypt is set to receive the inaugural installment of an 8-billion-dollar expanded loan program from IMF.
By Xinhua 18 days ago
Egypt to receive 1st tranche of IMF loan next week: PM
Over 40 killed, one injured in South Africa bus crash
A total of 45 people were killed in a bus crash that occurred Thursday in South Africa's northeastern province of Limpopo, the country's Department of Transport said.
By Xinhua 20 days ago
Over 40 killed, one injured in South Africa bus crash
Humanitarians raise concern for Somalia cholera outbreak amid vaccine dose shortage
UN humanitarians said on Wednesday they are concerned about the spread of cholera in nearly half of the 72 Somalia districts amid a severe shortage in oral vaccine doses.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
Humanitarians raise concern for Somalia cholera outbreak amid vaccine dose shortage
UN: Israeli bombardment hits 212 schools in Gaza
The heavy bombardment against Gaza by Israel has resulted in "direct hits" on 212 schools within the enclave, according to analysis partnered with UN released on Wednesday.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
UN: Israeli bombardment hits 212 schools in Gaza
Two bodies recovered in vehicle from Baltimore bridge collapse
Officials said Wednesday that the bodies of two people were recovered in a pickup truck earlier in the day from the bridge collapse site in the U.S. city of Baltimore.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
Two bodies recovered in vehicle from Baltimore bridge collapse
Access to computers enhances experience of young Zambian learners
The introduction of technology studies in primary and secondary schools in Zambia has been a game-changer for young learners.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
Access to computers enhances experience of young Zambian learners
Lack of competition driving decline in Australian living standards, productivity
The living standards of Australians are under threat from a lack of competition in the private sector, a parliamentary inquiry has warned.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
Lack of competition driving decline in Australian living standards, productivity
Sudanese army capable of achieving victory against paramilitary forces, says army deputy chief
Deputy General Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces Shams-Edin Kabashi stressed the ability of the army to achieve victory against the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
Sudanese army capable of achieving victory against paramilitary forces, says army deputy chief
China emerges as leading source of foreign investment in Tanzania, officials
China has emerged as a leading source of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Tanzania, significantly contributing to the country's development, officials said Wednesday.
By Xinhua 21 days ago
China emerges as leading source of foreign investment in Tanzania, officials
Egyptian, Irish FMs discuss efforts to realize Gaza ceasefire
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held phone talks with his Irish counterpart Micheal Martin on efforts to implement an immediate ceasefire in the conflict-torn Gaza Strip.
By Xinhua 22 days ago
Egyptian, Irish FMs discuss efforts to realize Gaza ceasefire
Israel confirms killing of Hamas' deputy military commander
Israel confirmed Tuesday that Marwan Issa, the deputy military leader of Hamas, was killed in its airstrike on a tunnel in the Gaza Strip earlier in March.
By Xinhua 22 days ago
Israel confirms killing of Hamas' deputy military commander
Tunisia rescues 41 illegal immigrants off eastern coast
Tunisia's maritime guards on Tuesday rescued 41 undocumented immigrants from sinking boats and retrieved one body off the country's eastern coast.
By Xinhua 22 days ago
Tunisia rescues 41 illegal immigrants off eastern coast
Two rescued, 6 unaccounted for after Maryland bridge taken down by cargo ship
Two people have been rescued while six others are still unaccounted for following the collapse of Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.
By Xinhua 22 days ago
Two rescued, 6 unaccounted for after Maryland bridge taken down by cargo ship
More Chinese companies to explore investment opportunities in Tanzania
About 60 investment companies from China will participate in the China-Tanzania investment forum to be held in the port city of Dar es Salaam on March 27.
By Xinhua 28 days ago
More Chinese companies to explore investment opportunities in Tanzania
African experts meet in Kenya to advance green transition
More than 60 African climate change experts have begun a three-day meeting in Nairobi to discuss ways of influencing green policies in favor of the continent.
By Xinhua 28 days ago
African experts meet in Kenya to advance green transition
Humanitarian crisis worsens as Syria marks 13th anniversary of civil war
Spiraling prices, coupled with a depreciating currency, have rendered the cost of living unattainable for many. The economic fallout, experts warned, is not transient but rather persistent.
By Xinhua 1 month ago
Humanitarian crisis worsens as Syria marks 13th anniversary of civil war
Somali President vows to ramp up security operations to regain territories from al-Shabab
Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has vowed to intensify security operations across the country to reclaim territories from al-Shabab terrorists.
By Xinhua 1 month ago
Somali President vows to ramp up security operations to regain territories from al-Shabab
Houthi leader threatens to attack Israel-linked ships in Indian Ocean
The leader of Yemen's Houthis, Abdul Malik al-Houthi, issued a new threat vowing to prevent Israel-linked ships from transiting the Indian Ocean.
By Xinhua 1 month ago
Houthi leader threatens to attack Israel-linked ships in Indian Ocean
Ruto, Uhuru mourn CDF General Francis Ogolla
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