War-torn South Sudan struggles to rebuildOct 27, 2019 | by Admin
The United Nations Security Council is due to visit South Sudan for the second time since it gained independence in 2011.The visit comes three weeks ahead of the planned formation of a transitional government and as the country tries to recover from nearly six years of war.Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the capital, Juba.
Several killed in Iraq as anti-government protests continuePosted On Oct 27, 2019 8
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Pakistan's opposition joins hands, seeks PM Khan's resignationPosted On Oct 27, 2019 13
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