The designation effectively outlaws the activities of six leading groups, subjecting their members to raids and arrest.
Greece appears to be testing the limits of international laws with refugee detentions, Al Jazeera investigation finds.
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The WHO estimates up to 180,000 health workers have died from COVID since January 2020.
Taper time: US Fed chief says bank should reduce asset purchases
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell also added that the US central bank was not yet ready to raise interest rates.
UN says Syrian constitution negotiations a ‘big disappointment’
Syrian delegations have failed to agree on new constitution provisions, and no new date is set for the next talks.
US intel warns China could dominate AI, gain military edge
Beijing’s ambitions in advanced technologies could give it an upper hand in vital US sectors, US intel warned Friday.
Ethiopia hits Tigray in fourth day of air raids
Gov’t says attack targeted training site used by Tigrayan forces, but TPLF says attack hit Mekelle University.
Nigerian official says new leader of ISIL-linked group killed
Nigeria’s national security adviser says Malam Bako, leader of the Isalmic State in West Africa Province, ‘taken out’.
Pain at the pump: Turks brace for double-digit gas as lira tanks
The lira fell as much as 1.5 percent to a record low of 9.6625 per dollar on Friday.