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A professor with terminal cancer says Turkish authorities have cancelled his passport, stopping him from going abroad for alternative treatment.
Sudan's military council agrees to form joint body with opposition
Hundreds more protesters join demonstrations in the Sudananese capital Khartoum. They 'piled on' the roof of a train on their way to the sit-in demonstrations outside the Defence Ministry headquarters, leaving from the birthplace of the uprising that toppled Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir.
Protesters continued to call for civilian rule on Friday as they held a rally in front of the Defence Ministry complex
Thousands of Sudanese demonstrators gathered outside the defence ministry in Khartoum on Friday (April 12) to push for a civilian government after the military overthrew Omar al-Bashir after 30 years of autocratic rule.
“We have guys, paramilitaries, who are ready to intervene,” said Christophe Chalencon, a key figure in the "yellow vests" movement. “Because they too want to topple the power."
Euronews looks into the background of Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim president
The Venezuelan government and the opposition are measuring their support on the streets of Venezuela this Wednesday after a few days on the edge of the abyss
Venezuela's President Maduro calls on Colombia and the U.S. to extradite those behind an alleged assassination attempt at the weekend
Many first time voters queued at the polling stations, without Robert Mugabe being on the ballot paper for the first time. An EU Chief Observer says voting polls were "very smooth" at some but it was "totally disorganised" in others
Congolese ex-Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba is acquitted of five counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. It's a huge blow to prosecutors and this was the first ICC case with a major focus on the use of rape as a weapon of war, according to the Open Society Justice Initiative
Robert Mugabe, sacked by his ruling ZANU-PF party after 37 years in power, has addressed the nation
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party is calling for President Robert Mugabe to resign, the latest sign that his authority has collapsed.
"One way or another, his power has obviously come to an end."
Photos have been released of the meeting but the veteran leader is reportedly resisting pressure to step down following the military takeover.
Is it time for democracy? What role can South Africa and other neighbouring states play?
Zimbabwe's military seizes power but denies claims of a coup
Violent clashes have broken out in Chile’s capital Santiago during a protest to mark the anniversary of country’s 1973 coup.
Police used water
Her lawyer says she was absent because of an ear problem, but sources close to Yingluck Sinawatra say that she has already fled the country.
Turkey is holding its largest trial ever over the July 2016 coup attempt
On July 15 2016, Turkey underwent an attempted coup against its government. The coup was prevented but repercussions are felt in every quarter of
A year ago, the Armed Forces attempted a coup in Turkey. Hundreds died, it lasted less than a day, and many face lengthy prison sentences as a result.
Tensions are rising in Venezuela after the country's judiciary moved to assume the functions of the opposition-led National Assembly. Critics are calling it a 'coup'.
The pro-government Supreme Court has taken over functions of the opposition-led National Assembly
Greece’s Supreme Court has postponed a final decision on whether or not to extradite eight Turkish soliders who fled to the country in July.
A court in Athens has ruled that three of eight Turkish officers said to be implicated in July’s failed coup attempt in Turkey should be extradited back to their home…