World Bulletin / News Desk
Having been forced to leave Mali due to the French military operations against the rebels, Haddemin spoke to the Anadolu Agency (AA) at the Mauritanian border.
"We arrived here from Timbuktu. Malian troops take Arab and Tuareg peoples out of their homes and confiscate their property. Thank God, we were able to escape. We left our homes, belongings and animals there. There is no war in Mali. There is only a disbandment of the Arab and Tuareg peoples," Haddemin stated.
Another refugee from Timuktu, Hasen Ag Huseyino said that they left behind everything.
"Those white skinned individuals, and everyone of Arab and Tuareg races in big cities left the country," Huseyino also said.
Israel occupies Palestinian funerals after occupied Palestine land and detained Palestinian youths.. The Israeli authorities said only 70 people are allowed to receive the body..
The demonstrators were trying to move towards the center of the capital from the surrounding municipalities of Musaga, Nyakabiga, Mutakura and Cibitoke.
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge wins men's race in London Marathon
Kenya's Mary Keitany finished second with Ethopia's Tirfi Tsegaye third.
Burundi police and two government ministers forcefully entered a radio station on Sunday
NGOs say parliamentary motion on ‘genocide’ claims aims at slandering Turkey, not reconciliation between Turks and Armenians.
Police in the Burundian capital fired teargas on Sunday to disperse protesters who had gathered to demonstrate against President Pierre Nkurunziza seeking a third term in office, witnesses said.
The opposition vows to take to the streets to challenge Pierre Nkurunziza's candidacy for the June 26 election.
In a statement, the ministry said Acting High Commissioner in Pretoria Martin Cobham and Deputy High Commissioner in Johannesburg Uche Ajulu-Okeke have been asked to return to Nigeria.
Javad Zarif to meet US secretary of state and EU foreign affairs chief
"Some 30 world leaders will take part in the event, which will present an opportunity for Abbas to discuss the plight of our people to an international crowd"
No casualties were reported, but the attack left two fishing boats with partial damage
Justin McCarthy, a historian and demographer at Louisville University, shed light on massacre and exile of Muslims in Balkans, Caucasus and Anatolia from 1821-1922.
At least 12 arrested after smaller group of protestors split from main group and attacked police, vandalized property.
Sunday's run off vote sees incumbent Dervis Eroglu face independent candidate Mustafa Akinci