Indignation over "malicious intoxication" of the Polisario Front
The Socialist MEP Juan Fernando López Aguilar denounced "the lies and false accusations of the Polisario" in an attempt to discredit and prevent the holding of the first Conference for Peace and Security in the Sahara, organised by the Movement Saharawi for Peace (MSP), in Las Palmas.
Vladimir Putin mobilises Russia's space industry too
President Vladimir Putin's decree of 21 September has placed in the hands of the Minister of Defence, General Sergei Shoigu, the legal tool to mobilise some 300,000 reservists from the Russian Armed Forces.
The cradle of Moroccan diplomacy becomes a museum
The cradle of Moroccan diplomacy, the historic Dar al Niyaba building in Tangier's medina, is from today a museum exhibiting works by painters who left their mark on the city's memory, such as the Spaniard Antonio Fuentes and the Frenchman Eugène Delacroix.
Retired military officers attempt to force their way into Lebanon's Parliament

The Lebanese parliament on Monday held the third and final parliamentary session required to approve the 2022 general

Non-oil trade between Oman and the UAE reaches record highs

The growth in non-oil trade relations between the UAE and Oman is close to a 100% increase over last

Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Yusef al-Qaradawi dies

Yusef al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian-born cleric based in Qatar, considered one of the most influe

Japanese agency JCR upgrades CAF's credit rating to AA+
The Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) raised the credit rating of CAF -development bank of Latin America- from AA to AA+ with a stable outlook, the highest rating for a Latin American issuer. This rating action will allow CAF to consolidate the Institution's track record and financial management and provide better conditions for all its shareholders, contributing to the development and integration of its member countries.
Sudan's stability, Egypt's priority

Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, head of the Sudanese army and self-proclaimed president of the Sovereign Council, visited Egy

Russia says BRICS have already started working on enlargement of the alliance
The countries of the BRICS group (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) have begun work to expand the alliance of emerging countries, after Argentina and 14 other states showed interest in joining the organisation, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Riabkov said on Monday.
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