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Jay Deshmukh

Jay Deshmukh

    African leaders create 'Cape to Cairo' free-trade zone
    African leaders create 'Cape to Cairo' free-trade zone
    African leaders have signed a historic agreement to create the continent's largest common market, encompassing 26 countries.
    Africans negotiate 'one trade regime' for common market
    Africans negotiate 'one trade regime' for common market
    Officials of three African economic blocs held talks on a "one trade regime" that would forge a common market spanning the continent.
    Egypt gays live in fear under Sisi regime
    Egypt gays live in fear under Sisi regime
    "There is a constant fear and anxiety. I never had this kind of feeling in my life. Now you are afraid in your own home," says a gay man in Egypt.
    Egypt's Sisi 'has not learned lesson of Arab Spring'
    Egypt's Sisi 'has not learned lesson of Arab Spring'
    Egypt's presidential frontrunner Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has said it will take up to 25 years for Egypt to achieve "true democracy".
    Egypt's PM calls Muslim Brotherhood 'terrorist' group
    Egypt's PM calls Muslim Brotherhood 'terrorist' group
    After a car bomb killed 14 people in Mansoura, Egypt's prime minister has labelled the Islamist party, the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist group.
    Egypt police hunt for church wedding shooters
    Egypt police hunt for church wedding shooters
    Cairo police are now searching for two men on a motorbike who opened fire on guests at a church wedding, killing four including an eight-year-old.
    Tripoli militia clash with Misrata fighters
    Tripoli militia clash with Misrata fighters
    A gun fight erupted in central Tripoli, killing four, as a group of former rebels from Libya's third biggest city, Misrata, clashed with ex-fighters.
    After the Arab Spring, dreams of democracy
    After the Arab Spring, dreams of democracy
    Millions of Arabs dream of attaining democracy in 2012, aiming to build on gains from the deadly protests that ousted two dictators.
    Libya's rulers to bury the hatchet with Gaddafi's army
    Libya's rulers to bury the hatchet with Gaddafi's army
    Libya's new rulers have said that they are ready to forgive the forces of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
    Saif al-Islam just a 'helpless criminal' waiting for trial
    Saif al-Islam just a 'helpless criminal' waiting for trial
    Officials say Muammar Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam is just a "helpless criminal" in the Libyan town of Zintan where he can stay until his trial.
    Medical emergency fears as Libyan exodus continues
    Medical emergency fears as Libyan exodus continues
    Streams of civilians have fled Sirte in Libya while the Red Cross warns of a medical emergency and battles continue.