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  • Dubai developer Emaar to float stake in its Egypt division

    The property developer behind the record-breaking Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai will float shares in its Egyptian subsidiary to raise cash for ongoing and future projects in the North African nation. Dubai-based Emaar Properties announced Wednesday...
  • Masses of Burundi refugees show up in Tanzania

    Cholera and severe diarrhea have broken out among tens of thousands of refugees from Burundi who are jammed into a village in Tanzania on the edge of Lake Tanganyika, with the Burundians overwhelming the health infrastructure and sanitation facilities,...
  • Libya sends special envoy to talk with EU about migrant plan

    Libya said Tuesday it has sent a special envoy to speak with the European Union about the EU's proposed military operation to destroy the boats of migrant smugglers who increasingly set off for Europe from the chaotic north African country. A statement...
  • Grandmother spearheads hospital project in Uganda

    Grandmother spearheads hospital project in Uganda
    Nearly seven years ago, Delray Beach resident Linda Greenberg had a near fatal automobile accident with an 18-wheeler that totaled her car and put her in Delray Medical Center with a serious brain injury. "Because of God, my sons Marc and Cory, and Dr....
  • Iran warships escort cargo vessel toward Yemen

    U.S. and allied officials are debating how they should handle an Iranian cargo ship that is flanked by two warships and heading toward a Yemen port, reportedly carrying humanitarian supplies for the war-wracked nation. The mission sets up a dilemma:...
  • Into Africa: Yemeni refugees wait out war in heat and dust of Djibouti

    Into Africa: Yemeni refugees wait out war in heat and dust of Djibouti
    They escaped snipers, aerial bombardment and shelling back home in Yemen, only to end up facing a new and bewildering struggle: Surviving as refugees in a rudimentary camp in Djibouti on a remote coastal stretch where shelter from a punishing sun is...
  • Tunisia: Can't confirm killing of journalists in Libya

    Two Tunisian journalists who disappeared in Libya could still be alive, Tunisia's foreign minister said Tuesday, calling into question reports that they were killed by the Islamic State. Journalists Sofiene Chourabi and Nadhir Ktari disappeared in...
  • Interpol: Islamic extremist rebel to be extradited to Uganda

    An Islamic extremist rebel leader recently arrested in Tanzania is set to be extradited to Uganda after Tanzanian authorities agreed to cooperate, the head of Interpol in Uganda said Tuesday. Jamil Mukulu, the Ugandan boss of the armed group Allied...
  • Gov't verifies claims Romanian kidnapped by IS-linked group

    Romania's foreign ministry says it is checking the authenticity of a tape that claims a Romanian security worker was kidnapped by a group with ties to the Islamic State group. Adnan Abu al-Walid al-Sahrawi, who describes himself as the leader of the...
  • Official: UN planning to act on its own against Congo rebels

    The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Congo is planning to go ahead and take action against a rebel group in eastern Congo even without the full cooperation of the Congo military, the U.N. peacekeeping chief said Thursday, as relations remain chilly with the...
  • 3 killed in further Burundi protests over presidency

    BUJUMBURA, Burundi Three people were killed in Burundi on Thursday as protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid to seek a third term in office persisted for a 12th day, medical workers, witnesses and media reports said. A protester was killed in...