Presidential candidate Kais Saied says he has stopped campaigning before Tunisia‘s runoff vote as it would have created an unfair advantage over his jailed opponent, media magnate Nabil Karoui.
Tunisians head to the polls on Sunday to elect their representatives at the popular assembly, in the second such vote since the 2011 revolution. The
Saudi Arabia and Iran have taken steps toward indirect talks to defuse tensions in the Middle East, with Riyadh requesting Iraq and Pakistan to speak
Athens, Greece – The United States and Greece have signed a revised mutual defence cooperation agreement that analysts say will elevate Athens’ strategic value and
Indigenous organisations and workers’ groups in Ecuador have vowed to continue protests against President Lenin Moreno’s scrapping of decades-long fuel subsidies. The pledge on Saturday
As clouds of white smoke billowed overhead, Showqi had no other option but to flee. Nearby, tens of others also scattered as they tried to outrun
Dozens of anti-government protesters took to the streets near Iraq’s oil ministry on Saturday, an AFP photographer said, as gunfire broke out in central Baghdad.
A French man who became quadriplegic after an accident four years ago has walked again with the aid of a revolutionary mind-controlled exoskeleton. Researchers at the University
Iran has faced increasing pressure to lift the ban on women attending men’s matches. Now, according to a state-run news agency, the Islamic Republic has
Saudi Arabia and Iran have taken steps toward indirect talks to defuse tensions in the Middle East, with Riyadh requesting Iraq and Pakistan’s leaders to