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Tehran 4 February _The United Nations (UN) envoy for Libya says the warring sides in the North African country have agreed in principle to transform a shaky truce into a permanent ceasefire.
News ID: 45068    Publish Date : 2020/02/04

TEHRAN, Jul 26 - Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrapped up his ‘fruitful diplomatic trip’ which included New York for a United Nations conference and then Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia and Senegal.
News ID: 42407    Publish Date : 2019/07/26

TEHRAN, May 22 - South African lawmakers were set to re-elect Cyril Ramaphosa as the nation's president on Wednesday, two weeks after the ANC returned to power in legislative elections.
News ID: 39722    Publish Date : 2019/05/22

TEHRAN, May 20 - Former South African president Jacob Zuma is in court facing charges of corruption, money laundering and racketeering.
News ID: 39599    Publish Date : 2019/05/20

TEHRAN, May 18 -Two guards were killed and four others were kidnapped early on Saturday in a suspected Daesh attack targeting Libya's Zella oilfield, a security source said.
News ID: 39512    Publish Date : 2019/05/18

TEHRAN, May 15 - South African President Cyril Ramaphosa pledged Wednesday to use his victory in last week's election to impose faster reforms to boost the economy and turn around Eskom, the state's ailing power company.
News ID: 39376    Publish Date : 2019/05/15

TEHRAN, May 05 - A row between British Prime minister Theresa May and her former defense chief Gavin Williamson has intensified with reports suggesting May blocked the sacked minister’s plans to send contingents of troops to Africa.
News ID: 38882    Publish Date : 2019/05/05

TEHRAN, May 01 -The African Union has extended the deadline for Sudan's military rulers to transfer power to civilians by further 60 days or face suspension.
News ID: 38718    Publish Date : 2019/05/01

Heavy rain has battered northern Mozambique as residents and relief workers confronted the widespread devastation wrought by Cyclone Kenneth, the strongest cyclone to ever hit Africa, which killed 38 people and destroyed thousands of homes.
News ID: 38639    Publish Date : 2019/04/29

TEHRAN, Apr 25 - Around 70 people have been killed in devastating floods in South Africa, an official said on Thursday, while 1,000 people have been forced from their homes.
News ID: 38448    Publish Date : 2019/04/25

TEHRAN, Apr 24 - There is expected to be a million-man march in Sudan on Thursday, according to protest leaders who demand a peaceful transition to civilian rule; and at the same time the military council has called for talks with the Alliance for Freedom and Change.
News ID: 38412    Publish Date : 2019/04/24

TEHRAN, Apr 23 - African leaders at an emergency summit in Cairo have called on Sudan's military rulers to effectively and peacefully carry out a democratic transition within three months.
News ID: 38355    Publish Date : 2019/04/23

TEHRAN, Apr 15 -Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged South African authorities to prosecute the perpetrators of deadly xenophobic violence that displaced some 300 Malawi migrants three weeks ago but has yielded no arrests.
News ID: 37921    Publish Date : 2019/04/15

TEHRAN, Apr 10 - Thousands of Algerians have taken to the streets of the capital Algiers to protest against the appointment of the speaker of the upper house of parliament, Abdelkader Bensalah, as interim president, whom they see as a leftover of the regime of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
News ID: 37731    Publish Date : 2019/04/10

TEHRAN, Apr 10 - Sudan’s Information Minister has cited a report by Khartoum police as saying that 11 people were killed during security incidents in the capital on Tuesday.
News ID: 37727    Publish Date : 2019/04/10

TEHRAN, Apr 05 -Thousands of Algerians have once again taken to the streets of the capital, Algiers, after the resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to demand the removal of the remnants of his regime.
News ID: 37457    Publish Date : 2019/04/05

TEHRAN, Mar 13 - At least 115 people were killed in Mozambique, Malawi and South Africa after heavy rains affected 843,000 people across southeast Africa, officials and the UN said, prompting calls for emergency aid.
News ID: 36774    Publish Date : 2019/03/13

TEHRAN, Mar 09 - A Turkish military ship has been moored near Port Sudan for a three-day stay in the African country purportedly aimed at boosting “security and safety” in the Red Sea region, as Sudan has been the scene of months of protests against President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule.
News ID: 36548    Publish Date : 2019/03/09

TEHRAN, Mar 04 - Less than a month after it was signed, the Central African Republic's peace agreement was under strain on Monday after two militia groups abandoned the deal and a third said it was quitting a new government designed to be the keystone of the accord.
News ID: 36276    Publish Date : 2019/03/04

TEHRAN, Feb 23 -Sudan's Defense Minister Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf has been appointed as the first vice president of the country.
News ID: 35846    Publish Date : 2019/02/24