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Burnley Embraces High-Stakes Showdown Against Tottenham: No Fear, Only Opportunity

Should Burnley lose at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, they face Premier League relegation with one game left. Vincent Kompany urges full-out effort in the Clarets' final two games to avoid the drop. The Clarets head into the crucial match against Tottenham in 19th place, desperate for a win to keep their hopes alive. A face-off against Nottingham Forest awaits them at the City Ground in the last game. To set up a decisive showdown with Nuno Espirito Santo's squad, Burnley must bag a victory over Spurs and hope that Forest…

For fear of food shortages, Algeria bans

The crisis in Ukraine raises concerns about the consequences on the African continent. Some states take the lead. This is the case with Algeria, which in the Council of Ministers on Sunday decided to ban the export of certain consumer products whose raw…

fear of a food crisis due to the war in

Following Covid-19, the Russian invasion of Ukraine poses a serious threat to the agricultural sector and the food supply of millions of people in Nigeria, especially in Lake Chad, which has been affected by the Boko Haram uprising for more than a decade. .…

residents of el-Kalakla in Khartoum fear

In Sudan, floods have already affected more than 50,000 people across the country. Floods in the Nile and heavy rain killed six people on Wednesday, August 18, in the state of the Nile north of the capital. More than 6,000 homes have already been destroyed, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Today, residents of el-Kalakla, a neighborhood south of…

Sudan: at Roseires dam, fear of

Tensions are rising between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia as the latter is determined to begin the second phase of filling the Great Renaissance Dam (GERD) upstream of the Blue Nile in July. In the absence of a binding agreement, Khartoum and Cairo sent a letter to the UN Security Council condemning a unilateral decision that would jeopardize "peace and stability in the region". Sudan, on the front lines,…

Tigrayans in Ethiopian capital worry for security after crackdown

NAIROBI, Kenya - Hundreds of Tigrayans have reportedly been detained in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, amid the conflict between the Tigrayan defense forces. and the federal government takes on a new dimension, probably at increasing levels. In a detailed report released by Reuters, police have been on the run, targeting innocent Tigray civilians, since the Ethiopian National Defense Forces lost Mekelle, the regional administrative capital of Tigray. The detentions in the Ethiopian capital are the third wave…

the fear of the Beni Muslim community

The curfew was decided on Sunday, June 27, initially for two days after three bombings in the city of Beni, finally maintained for the time being. In addition, activities from schools, markets and other companies that were originally banned are again allowed. Despite the measures announced by the authorities, concerns remain especially within the Islamic community of Beni, which has lost two imams who…

fear of a fourth wave of infection

The head of the Tunisian government, Hichem Mechichi, traveled to Geneva this Tuesday, June 8, for a two-day visit. He is accompanied by the Director of the Institut Pasteur in Tunis and the Chair of the Scientific Committee for the Fight against Coronavirus. The issue of getting vaccines for Tunisia is at the heart of the meetings that the Tunisian Prime Minister will hold in Geneva, including one on…

In Nigeria, the top of Ramadan arouses concern in a single

The military confirmed this Tuesday, Might 11, {that a} dozen devoted had been kidnapped within the Katsina area, northwest of the nation. In northeastern Nigeria, town of Maiduguri was focused for a Boko Haram assault on Tuesday night time. as reported from Lagos, Liza FabbianExcessive explosions and gunfire erupted Tuesday…

Somalia: Farmajo withdraws troops from areas for concern of imminent

Somalia: Farmajo withdraws troops from areas for concern of imminent battle MOGADISHU, Somalia - Outgoing Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has reportedly withdrawn troops from a number of elements of Somalia who're stated to be fully behind the opposition, at the same time as the nation struggles to revive order after Sunday's conflict in Mogadishu. A bunch of troopers…

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