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French forces leave Mali’s Timbuktu after nearly nine years

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French forces have left the city of Timbuktu, the latest sign the former colonial power is scaling down its presence in northern Mali nearly nine years after a military...
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Tigray forces in reatreat

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During the counterattacks by the Ethiopian federal forces led by Abiy Ahmed, the important cities of Dessie Kombulcha, Kemise, Shewa Robit, Lalibela and many other areas and villages in...

Sudan says 6 soldiers killed in Ethiopia border fighting

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Sudan’s armed forces said on Sunday that six of its forces were killed in fighting in the country’s border region with Ethiopia. It came a day after the military claimed...
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Sudan forces disperse anti-coup protesters, arrest dozens

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Sudan’s security forces dispersed demonstrators and rounded up more than 100 people Sunday in the capital of Khartoum, in the latest crackdown on pro-democracy protesters after last month’s military...
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QSD militant killed in an attack in al-Jalamidah village, Deir Ezzor countryside

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Deir Ezzor, SANA- A militant of the US occupation-backed QSD militia was killed in an attack launched by the popular factions in al-Jalamidah village, Deir Ezzor western countryside.A group...
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Ethiopia’s rival Tigray forces claim to take strategic city

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Tigray forces said Saturday they have taken control of a key city on the route to Ethiopia’s capital, while Ethiopia’s government denied it and the United States urged the...
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Lalibela: Ethiopia’s Tigray rebels take Unesco world heritage town

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Rebels from Ethiopia's northern Tigray region have taken control of the town of Lalibela, a Unesco world heritage site in neighbouring Amhara region. Lalibela, home to 13th Century churches hewn...
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Egypt receives fourth German S-44 submarine at Alexandria base

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Egypt received the fourth German-made S-44 submarine at its Alexandria naval base on Monday, the Egyptian Navy announced. The model 209/1400 mod 4 sub was shipped from the German...
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Deaths climb to 72 in South Africa riots after Zuma jailed

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The death toll climbed to 72 from rioting in South Africa on Tuesday, with many people trampled to death during looting at stores, as police and the military fired...
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Egypt warns Europe against illegal immigration amid Nile dam impasse

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Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Mohamed Abdel Aty, warned July 2 European countries against illegal immigration should the filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) be...
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JP Morgan: The Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of...

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The large American bank "JP Morgan" estimates that the Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of Western sanctions, and that...
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Greenpeace: United Kingdom imported more than $ 275 million in Russian oil during the...

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The British government has imported Russian oil worth 220 million pounds ($ 276 million) since Moscow declared war on Ukraine, according to a new...

The Hell of Volnovakha

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The battle for this strategically important place was fought for two weeks. With the fall of Volnovakha and the northbound frontline push, a railway...

Turns Out Ukrainian ‘Civilian’ Targets Aren’t Exactly Civilian After All (VIDEO)

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KIEV - In a sea of NATO and Ukrainian propaganda, disinformation and fake news, it is often nearly impossible to see through the fog...

The Ghosts, Soldiers of the Forgotten War

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Shocking testimonies from the frontline. A war documentary you will watch without a blink. The War in Donbas has been ongoing for eight years now....