Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court announced it was suspending its work indefinitely on Sunday, a day after Islamist protesters loyal to President Mohammed Morsi rallied outside its headquarters.
"These are people living on the very brink - many have nothing but wild fruits to eat"
Nearly 850,000 people in drought-hit southern Madagascar are experiencing "alarming" levels of hunger, and more ... [read more]
Egypt's Court of Cassation upheld on Saturday a 20 year sentence against former president Mohamed Mursi and 12 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders in case dubbed as presidential palace clashes.
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A German company which specialises in the printing of banknotes, Giesecke and Devrient, has rejected Zimbabwe's request to print bond notes for the cash-strapped Treasury, prompting the desperate ... [read more]
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