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The Libya Football Federation announces the first steps towards the lifting of a ban on its stadiums being used for international matches.

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Thousands of anti-government protesters took to the streets of Algeria's capital on Friday as the "Hirak" pro-democracy movement gathers renewed momentum after a year-long hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Vote expected to be split along party lines

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On February 11, 2011, after almost three decades in power, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned following 18 days of mass protests. But 10 years later, the ideals of the revolution have given way to another authoritarian military regime.

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No one has asserted responsibility for the latest attack in the country’s north.

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The streaming giant's original programming leads the industry in some areas of inclusion but falls short on many levels, a new study finds.

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No one has asserted responsibility for the latest attack in the country’s north.

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Gunmen raided the boarding school in the north-western state of Zamfara on Friday morning.

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Violations reportedly widespread and being perpetrated at an alarming rate as country enters its seventh year of civil war

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Report finds that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen and US resident

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Pentagon says strikes were retaliation for rocket attack in Iraq earlier this month that killed one civilian contractor and wounded US service member

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Blinken, Maas call on Russia to comply with international laws and end occupation of Crimea

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A teacher in the north-western Zamfara state tells the BBC at least 300 girls are unaccounted for.

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Bigots, insurrectionists and conspiracy theorists are on the agenda at the annual gathering of American conservatives, including former President Donald Trump.

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No one has asserted responsibility for the latest attack in the country’s north.

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Detainees have complained of memory loss and other health impacts from the devices in their cells

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It raises the prospect of further dividing the world along the lines of wealth and vaccine access

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An agreement to postpone anti-government protests did not yield a new election date.

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No one has asserted responsibility for the attack, the latest in a scourge plaguing the country’s north.

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A teacher in the north-western Zamfara state tells the BBC at least 300 girls are unaccounted for.

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World Bank says it will halt funds to Myanmar requested after Feb. 1 coup

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Several hundred girls are missing after a raid by suspected armed bandits on a school hostel in Zamfara, northwest Nigeria, a teacher and parent told AFP on Friday, in what would be the latest mass kidnapping in the troubled region.

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Chinese officials are bracing for conflict along the Sino-Vietnamese boundary partly because a disputed tract of sea lies beside it

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Its hydropower boom has altered the vital Mekong River

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