Police detain a student during an anti-government protest in Algiers. Reuters
An Algerian court sentenced two former prime ministers to long jail terms on Tuesday in the first of a series of high-profile corruption trials launched after longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned in the face of mass protests in April.
Thousands of protesters gathered in central Algiers on Friday, piling pressure on President Abdel Aziz Bouteflika to resign days after the country's powerful military called for his removal.
Algerians flooded the streets of the capital on Friday to demand the overhaul of the political establishment and reject army-backed calls for presidential polls in December.
The meeting in the city of Yevlakh, more than 200 kilometres (125 miles) west of the capital Baku, comes as the UN Security Council holds an emergency session on the fighting which broke out this week.
Blasts were heard in Kyiv and the surrounding region after an air raid alert, Reuters witnesses said. Authorities reported sending rescue teams to several locations in the capital.
In this context, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed held bilateral meetings with Rashad Al-Alimi, the President of Yemen and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, His Excellency Elmedin Konaković.
Set to be held from 26-27 September 2023, the region’s largest gathering for media professionals will focus on the influence of artificial intelligence on the media and the broader creative landscape and the critical need for the world to commit to sustainability.