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Libya’s prime minister says he has suspended his foreign minister Najla al-Mangoush after Israel announced that she had met her Israeli counterpart for talks in Rome last week.
Abdul Hamid Dbeibah said she would be subject to an administrative investigation. Here’s Youssef Taha.
This is a secret meeting that took place in the Italian capital last week.
The Libyan foreign minister Najla Mangoush said absolutely nothing about it.
No other official in Libya mentioned it until the Israeli foreign minister revealed the nature of that meeting and that it took place.
We first heard about it from the Palestinian medicine group Hamas condemning that meeting.
And then there was a report quoting the Israeli foreign minister Eli Cohen who said that he met Najla al-Mangoush, and he discussed with her the great potential of having ties with Libya.
France is to ban students from wearing a type of Muslim dress called abaya in state-run schools.
The education minister Gabriel Attal said the rule would come into force when schools returned at the beginning of September. Orlando Teal reports.
There has been months of debate in France over whether the abaya-a loose-fitting full length robe should be allowed in schools where the wearing of head scarfs is already banned.
Reports say an increasing number of students are wearing these dresses leading to tensions between teachers and parents.
Those on the right of French politics have been pushing for a ban while the left have said this would encroach on girls’ civil liberties.
Secularism is enshrined in the French constitution, and a law passed in 2004 prevents pupils wearing signs or outfits which show a religious affiliation.
The opposition leader in Zimbabwe Nelson Chamisa has accused president Emmerson Mnangagwa of carrying out a coup.
President Mnangagwa had dismissed international criticism of the poll calling the election fair and peaceful.
It's not a surprise that these elections have ended up in dispute.
Nelson Chamisa of the opposition Citizens Coalition for change got 44% of the vote.
At a press conference, he accused the electoral body of announcing false results. But he's yet to provide the evidence.
International observers also criticized the elections.
The governing ZANU-PF party has urged the opposition to take any dispute to court.
Mr. Chamisa has a week to do so, but he did not say whether his party would take the legal route.
He said there would be a change in Zimbabwe whether ZANU-PF wanted it or not.
Ukraine's president said he wants to make corruption during wartime a treasonable offense.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he hoped to put legislation before parliament this week.
There have been a series of high profile arrests in recent months with senior officials accused of using their positions for financial gain.
Tackling the problem is seen as essential for Ukraine to maintain the support of its allies in the war against Russia.
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