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Greek police prepare criminal case on migrant smuggling
Police in Lesbos said on Monday the investigation had been ongoing for several months and was being carried out in cooperation with Greece's intelligence service and anti-terrorism task force. No charges have been brought and no suspects have been publicly identified.
Arab countries rush vaccines to stricken Tunisia 
No country in the region has responded with more vaccines than Saudi Arabia, which announced this past week that it would send 1 million doses to Tunisia, in addition to medical supplies. The United Arab Emirates, which started manufacturing vaccines earlier this year, has sent 500,000 doses, and Tunisia's neighbor Algeria has sent aid and 250,000 doses.
Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict deepens as cease-fire fails
The Tigray People's Liberation Front, which federal troops had initially overrun after fighting that started in November, recaptured the state capital, Mekelle, and have taken back control of more towns, including Mai Tsebri, Alamata and Korem.

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