Gunmen kill 20 people in attack in Burkina Faso By Aljazeera | Last Updated: 8th August, 2020, 17:53

Unidentified gunmen have killed about 20 people in an attack on a cattle market in eastern Burkina Faso

Gunmen kill  20 people in attack in Burkina Faso

US set to sign peace deal with Afghanistan's Taliban US set to sign peace deal with Afghanistan's Taliban

US is poised to sign a peace agreement with Taliban militants on Saturday aimed at bringing an end to 18 years of bloodshed in Afghanistan 


Coronavirus: Unexplained West Coast cases raise fears in US Coronavirus: Unexplained West Coast cases raise fears in US

The patients - in California, Oregon and Washington State - have no known connection to a badly hit country


Coronavirus Coronavirus "Once-in-a-Century" pathogen: Bill Gates

Philanthropist Bill Gates urged wealthy nations to help low and middle-income countries strengthen their health systems


On stage, Indian ministers eat chicken to dispel coronavirus fears Indian ministers eat chicken to dispel coronavirus fears

On the stage, Telangana minister KT Rama Rao is seen taking a quick bite and his colleagues Etela Rajender, Talasani Srinivas Yadav and others are also seen digging in


Malaysia's Mahathir out as PM as rival takes power Malaysia's Mahathir out as PM as rival takes power

Muhyiddin Yassin will be sworn in as the country's new prime minister on Sunday


Boiler blast inside chemical factory in India kills 4 Boiler blast inside chemical factory in India kills 4

At least four people were killed and 30 others injured in a boiler blast inside a chemical factory in the nortrn Indian


One killed in clash over CAA in Meghalaya, mobile internet services suspended in 6 districts One killed in clash over CAA in Meghalaya

The clashes between the Khasi Students Union members and non-tribals broke out during anti-CAA and pro-ILP meeting held in Ichamati area of the district on Friday


Coronavirus: India temporarily suspends visa on arrival for Japan, South Korea Coronavirus: India suspends visa for Japan, South Korea

The development comes a day after India evacuated 119 Indians and 5 foreigners who were on board the coronavirus-hit cruise ship, Diamond Princess, moored off the Japanese coast


3 labourers trapped in stone mine at UP’s Sonbhadra, rescue operation on 3 labourers trapped in stone mine in India’s Uttar Pradesh

Another labourer has been rescued in the wee hours of Saturday


Trump calls coronavirus Democrats' 'new hoax' Trump calls coronavirus Democrats' 'new hoax'

Trump accused Democrats of "politicising" the coronavirus threat


COVID-19 cases rise to 888 in Italy, 21 dead COVID-19 cases rise to 888 in Italy, 21 dead

The majority of the infections, or 531, are recorded in the northern Lombardy region, followed by the northern Veneto region (151 cases)


Death toll of coronavirus in China climbs to 2,835 with 47 more fatalities Death toll of coronavirus in China climbs to 2,835

One person died in Beijing and another in Henan province, while 45 died in Hubei


Malaysia's Mahathir says he has support to return as PM Mahathir says he has support to return as PM

The unlikely alliance between Mahathir and Anwar, longtime rivals, crumbls Monday after Mahathir's Bersatu party quit in a bid to form a new government with several opposition parties


John Ratcliffe: Trump picks lawmaker again for US spy boss Trump re-nominates Ratcliffe for US spy chief

President Trump first chose Mr Ratcliffe in July last year, but withdrew his nomination amid concerns that he was underqualified


US prepares to sign agreement with Taliban Saturday US prepares to sign agreement with Taliban Saturday

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is due to attend the signing in Qatar


Coronavirus: South Korea sees its largest rise in coronavirus cases Largest daily rise in S Korea coronavirus cases

The increase brings the total number of infections in South Korea to 2,931, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC)


Death toll of Pakistan's train-bus collision rises to 30: official Death toll of Pakistan's train-bus collision rises to 30

The speedy thrust of the train broke the bus into dozens of pieces that spread along the railway track


Coronavirus: At least 210 have died in Iran, say hospital sources At least 210 coronavirus death reported in Iran

It comes after a member of parliament for Qom accused the authorities of a cover-up and the US expressed concern that they may not be sharing information


Train, bus collision kills at least 18 in Pakistan: officials 18 killed in bus, train collision in Pakistan

The incident takes place in Sukkur district, where the incoming Pakistan Express -- on its way from Karachi to Lahore -- hit the bus, which is heading to Sargodha in central Punjab province


WHO raises global virus risk to maximum level WHO raises global virus risk to maximum level

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says the risk is being raised to "very high" because of the continued increase in cases and the number of new countries affected in recent days


Tehran Friday prayers fall victim to coronavirus Tehran Friday prayers fall victim to coronavirus

A decision on lower schools will be made the night of Feb 28. Education Minister Mohsen Haji Mirzani urges teachers to deliver their lessons online until schools reopen


Turkey raises death toll to 33 troops in Syrian airstrike Turkey raises death toll to 33 troops in Syrian airstrike

Turkey raised the death toll from a Syrian government airstrike on its forces in northwestern Syria the previous night


Virus outbreak in Iran sickens hundreds, including leaders Virus outbreak in Iran sickens hundreds, including leaders

 After facing sanctions and the risk of war amid tensions with the United States, Iran's Shiite theocracy now has an enemy


Mob slid down ropes, burnt Delhi school, used it as base for attacks Mob slid down ropes, burnt Delhi school, used it as base for attacks

The attackers used ropes - hung from an adjacent building (also a school) - to enter the school premises


Japan's Hokkaido declares state of emergency over virus Japan's Hokkaido declares state of emergency over virus

The Japanese island of Hokkaido is declaring a state of emergency over the rapid spread of the new virus 


Delhi riots: 'Hero cop' who braved a mob to save lives Delhi riots: 'Hero cop' who braved a mob to save lives

An Indian policeman is being hailed as a hero after he braved rioting mobs to save families during days of religious violence


Turkish reprisals kill 16 Syria troops: monitor Turkish reprisals kill 16 Syria troops: monitor

The latest casualties bring to 53 the number of Turkish soldiers killed in Syria this month alone


UN agency says 35 migrants rescued off Libyan coast UN agency says 35 migrants rescued off Libyan coast

A commercial ship has rescued 35 Europe-bound migrants off Libya's Mediterranean coast and returned them to the capital


Scars of violence haunt India's capital after deadly riots Scars of violence haunt India's capital after deadly riots

Tensions had been building over a new citizenship law that critics see as a threat to India's secular society and a way to further marginalize the country's 200 million Muslims


BP refinery worker sacked over Hitler parody wins job back BP refinery worker sacked over Hitler parody wins job back

He later lost an unfair dismissal case which ruled the video was offensive


COVID-19: New Zealand confirms first case COVID-19: New Zealand confirms first case

The patient — in their 60s — tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the day. The person is being treated in Auckland City


Switzerland suspends all major events to combat virus Switzerland suspends all major events to combat virus

The ban comes into immediate effect and will apply at least until 15 March


Jimmy Lai: Pro-democracy media tycoon arrested and charged Pro-democracy Hong Kong media mogul arrested

The illegal assembly charge relates to a banned anti-government march on 31 August, which Mr Lai is accused of attending


Delhi violence death toll climbs to 42 Delhi violence death toll climbs to 42

More than 300 others also injured in the violence


Iran's former ambassador to Vatican dies of coronavirus: media Iran's former ambassador to Vatican dies of coronavirus

Khosroshahi had been hospitalized in Tehran's Masih Daneshvari hospital


Trump praised India, PM Modi for 20 mins in his 28-min speech at Motera: BJP chief Nadda Trump praised India, PM in his 28-min speech at Motera: BJP chief Nadda

Donald Trump praises India and Modi for 20 minutes out of his 28-minute speech at the Motera cricket stadium in Gujarat


Coronavirus outbreak: 124 Indians evacuated from Japan Coronavirus: 124 Indians evacuated from Japan

Indians have been advised to avoid all non-essential travel to Singapore, Republic of Korea, Iran and Italy.


Coronavirus death toll surpasses 2,800 Coronavirus death toll surpasses 2,800

As of Thursday, the coronavirus — which causes a disease known as COVID-19 — has spread to every province and region in China as well at least 51 other countries


South Korea coronavirus cases pass 2,000: authorities South Korea coronavirus cases pass 2,000: authorities

South Korea’s total is expected to increase further after checks began onmore than 210,000 members of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus

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