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The death toll from  protests in Sudan has risen to 29 as thousands of demonstrators continue to call on longtime ruler, Omar al-Bashir to step down. According to the spokesman for the Sudanese Investigatory...

Israelis head to the polls on Tuesday for a general election in which they will vote for a new Prime Minister. Current Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu who is running for his fifth term in office is...

History was made on Tuesday as 56-year-old Ms. Lori Lightfoot was elected to become the first black female Mayor of Chicago, replacing Rahm Emmanuel. Lightfoot also will be the city’s first openly gay...

Celebrations and protests have continued to trail Tuesday’s resignation of ailing Algerian President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika whose bid to seek a fifth term in February sparked mass protests in the country. Hundreds...

Sierra Leone’s Finance Ministry says over a billion dollars of state funds could not be accounted for in a technical audit into government transactions covering a three-year period, between 2015 and...

Britain is apparently nowhere near resolving the stalemate surrounding Brexit after the country’s parliament failed to find a majority for any of its own proposals as alternative to Prime Minister Theresa...

According to a report released by the United Nations on Tuesday, Yemen, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan and Syria were among the eight nations accounting for two-thirds of the total number...

The Burundian government has banned the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the Voice of America (VOA) for allegedly spreading what it described as fake news. The country’s media regulator...

The United States Department of Defense on Monday authorized the release of $1 billion to plan and build a 57-mile section of pedestrian fencing, roads and lighting along the border between the United...

 More deaths have been reported from the deadly cyclone and floods which have devastated many communities in south-eastern Africa. At least, 732 people have been killed and thousands are in desperate...

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday said he will cut short his trip to the United States after a rocket attack injured seven people in Mishmeret, near Tel Aviv. An Israeli Foreign Ministry...

  A Kenyan science teacher, Peter Tabichi on Sunday won the 2019 Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize in recognition of his efforts in turning lives around in a school with only one computer, poor...

At least 50 persons have been reportedly killed in an accident involving two public transport buses in Ghana’s middle belt region. A journalist with the privately-owned Multimedia Group, Anass Sabit...

Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the only man to lead the country since it emerged from the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s has resigned. In a televised address on Tuesday,...

No fewer than 100 people have died and hundreds of others are missing in Mozambique and neighbouring Zimbabwe after tropical cyclone Idai swept across the southern African nations with flash floods and...

At least 49 people have been killed in shootings at two mosques in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand. Reports say 41 persons were killed  at the Al Noor Mosque on Deans Avenue and nine at the Linwood...

Following weeks of peaceful protests across the country, Algerian President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika has postponed the  April 18  presidential elections and said he will not be seeking re-election for a...

Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash on Sunday has caused several airlines around the world to ground their Boeing 737 Max 8 planes. Investigators are yet to determine the cause of Sunday’s crash and...

The Gabonese government on Thursday dismissed festering rumours and media reports that the country’s ailing president, Ali Bongo Ondimba has been replaced by a clone. Reports had wildly spread that the...

  The Mauritanian government has sidelined more than seventy political parties from participating in the forthcoming presidential elections in the country for ‘being too small’. A decree issued...