Introduced in January 2021, the Lebanese "social safety net" program seeks to assist segments of the population severely affected by the crisis that struck the country two years ago, plunging them into extreme poverty.
The Public Prosecutor's Office has requested the Algiers Court of Appeal to uphold the conviction of journalist Ihsane El Kadi, who has been sentenced to five years in prison, three of which are non-suspended.
A new report published by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Program (WFP) has revealed that the situation of acute food insecurity is at risk of worsening both in terms of scale and severity in 18 hunger "hotspots" around the world, affecting a total of
A court in Libya has handed down death sentences to thirty-five jihadists convicted of fighting for the Islamic State (IS) group, according to a judicial source quoted by AFP. Thirteen others were sentenced to life imprisonment by the same court.