Cairo: Qatar’s Al Jazeera TV network said on Twitter on Sunday Sudanese security forces had raided the home of its Khartoum bureau chief, El Musalmi El Kabbashi, and arrested him.
The network did not provide further details.
Five protesters were killed on Saturday as huge crowds defied gunfire and tear gas in Sudan’s capital Khartoum and other cities to demonstrate against a military takeover, witnesses and medics said.
World Still ‘Knocking On The Door Of Climate Catastrophe’: UN Chief
Glasgow: UN chief Antonio Guterres said the world was still on the precipice of “catastrophe” after nations reached a global climate deal Saturday that fell short of what science says is needed to contain dangerous warming.
“Our fragile planet is hanging by a thread,” Guterres said in a statement that welcomed progress at the Glasgow summit, while stressing it was “not enough”.We are still knocking on the door of climate catastrophe,” he added.
COP26 ‘Kept Paris Targets Alive’: EU
Brussels: The European Commission on Saturday welcomed the COP26 deal hammered out in Glasgow, which it said meant the terms of the 2015 Paris climate agreement could still be met.
“COP26 resulted in the completion of the Paris Agreement rulebook and kept the Paris targets alive,” said a statement.