Russian PM endorses production of ebola vaccine for DRC, others at Novosibirsk facility

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday gave the go-ahead to begin the production of an…

Boris Johnson Under Fire For Not Shaking The Hands Of Black

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been criticised on social media for not shaking the hands…

British finance minister Sajid Javid caught in fake news storm

British finance minister, Sajid Javid was caught in the maelstrom of fake news on Sunday after…

Impeachment probe: Chief of staff Mulvaney disobeys Trump

Mick Mulvaney, the chief of staff to US President Donald Trump appears to have broken ranks…

Biden brings confidence to New Hampshire, as 2020 rivals close in

Democrat Joe Biden strode into New Hampshire’s statehouse Friday like he owned the place, back-slapping officials…

Anger at out-of-touch elite stoking Chile protests

They send their children to the same schools, vacation in the same lakeside resorts, and marry…

Hong Kong lawmakers arrested

Three members of the Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region were arrested for…

Lula ex-Brazilian leader walks out of jail

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has left the federal police building in Curitiba…

White House race: Biden not bothered about Bloomberg entry

Front runner Joe Biden put a brave face Friday on the prospect of billionaire Michael Bloomberg…

Hundreds Arrested Ahead Of Verdict On Indian Holy Site

Indian police have arrested more than 500 people ahead of a Supreme Court ruling on a…

Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg Preparing Presidential Run

Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is preparing to enter the crowded race to become the…

NY Judge Orders Trump To pay $2mn In Damages To Charities

A New York judge on Thursday ordered Donald Trump to pay $2 million for using his…

Congo warlord, Ntaganda sentenced to 30 years imprisonment

Trial Chamber VI of the International Criminal Court, ICC, unanimously, sentenced DRC warlord, Bosco Ntaganda to…

Meghan Markle visits Westminster Abbey’s Field of Remembrance

Britain’s Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, made her first visit to Westminster Abbey’s Field of Remembrance…

Rwanda gets new foreign, internal security ministers, in shake up

Rwandan President Paul Kagame on Monday evening reshuffled the cabinet, appointing a new foreign minister and…

Abu Bakr Al-baghdadi’s Sister Captured In Turkey

Turkey captured the sister of dead Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi on Monday in the…

Donald Trump loses battle to keep tax papers secret

President Donald Trump’s longtime accounting firm must hand over eight years of his tax returns to…

83 militants killed in Egypt’s restive Sinai region

Eighty-three militants were killed in recent anti-terrorism operations in Egypt’s restive Sinai region, the military said…

Trump threatens to withhold emergency aid from fire-hit California

US President Donald Trump threatened once again Sunday to withhold federal aid from California after its…

Bolivia leader warns of bloodshed as opponents vow to oust him

Bolivia’s government accused its rivals Sunday of plotting deadly violence against it after an opposition figure…

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Hairdresser Stabbed To Death In A Swiss Hotel Room

A CELEBRITY hairdresser dubbed “Cristiano Ronaldo’s crimper” has been stabbed to death in a Swiss hotel…

250 journalists jailed worldwide in 2018 -US

The United States Government on Saturday said 250 journalists were jailed around the world in 2018,…

Russian air strike kills six civilians in Syria

An air strike Saturday by key Damascus ally Russia killed six civilians including a child in…

2020 Democrats: Biden slips, Beto quits, Warren answers critics

Joe Biden’s standing in the Democratic presidential nomination battle has slipped in Iowa against top rivals…

South Africa’s credit rating close to junk status

Ratings agency Moody’s followed S&P Global and Fitch in spelling bad news for Africa’s second biggest…

Shale gas: Britain imposes moratorium on fracking

Britain will impose an immediate moratorium on fracking, the government announced on Saturday, saying the industry…

US Congress Formalizes Impeachment Proceedings Against Trump

The lower chamber of the United States of America’s legislative body on Thursday voted to move…

South African firm dumps Starbucks, Domino’s Pizza outlets

South Africa’s Taste Holdings, owner of Starbucks and Domino’s Pizza franchises in South Africa, said on…

Angela Merkel arrives India for 2-day visit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in New Delhi on Thursday night for a two-day visit, during…

Over 65 Persons Killed After Gas Cylinder Explodes On Train

At least 65 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a…

Trump To Announce New Location For US-China Trade Deal

President Donald Trump said Thursday that an alternative location for his signing of a US-China trade…

EU chief, Juncker to undergo surgery soon

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is to have an operation to treat an aneurysm on November…

One dead as police, ‘okada’ riders clash in Kinshasa

A clash Monday between motorbike taxi drivers and police left one dead and three injured in…

Trump Impeachment: US House to hold first formal impeachment process vote

The US House of Representatives will hold its first formal vote Thursday on the impeachment inquiry…

China Trade Deal Will Help Farmers, Says Trump

President Donald Trump again Monday said a trade deal is imminent with Beijing which will help…

UK Tragedy: Driver Remanded In Prison Over 39 Dead Migrants

A UK court on Monday remanded in custody a truck driver over the deaths of 39…

“African countries not being led into debt trap” – Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday refuted allegations that a number of countries in Africa are being…

Saudi Arabia Says Baghdadi ‘Distorted’ Image Of Islam, Praises Killing

Saudi Arabia said Monday that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had distorted the image of…

15 Killed In Fresh Burkina Faso Attack

Gunmen killed 15 civilians in northern Burkina Faso over the weekend, security and local sources said…

Macron vows to push pension reform ‘to the end’ despite strikes

French President Emmanuel Macron vowed no let-up in his drive to implement far-reaching pension reforms despite…

Bolivia president Morales says rivals preparing ‘coup’

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales claimed on Sunday his political rivals were preparing to overthrow him next…

German diplomacy in chaos over Syria blue-helmet proposal

While the conflict has raged in Syria, a vaguely-worded German proposal for a UN-led security zone…

Uruguayans vote on security reform in general election

Polls opened in Uruguay Sunday with voters electing a successor to leftist President Tabare Vazquez and…

10 Facts to know about ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi

As the world awaits an official statement from U.S. President Donald Trump over the widely reported…

Pope Francis demands ‘predators’ stop plundering the Earth

Pope Francis said Sunday it was time for “predators” to stop plundering the Earth for financial…

Mass blackout begins amid California wildfires

As wildfires continue to rage in Calofornia, a state of emergency has been declared in Los…

Botswana’s new president vows to reform economy

Botswana’s newly-elected president Mokgweetsi Masisi vowed Saturday to make the economy his top priority in the…

Spain’s far-right Vox rallies thousands in central Madrid

Thousands of people joined a rally called by Spain’s Vox in Madrid on Saturday, with leader…

Trump takes swipe at Apple for ditching iPhone home button

President Donald Trump took a swipe at Apple chief Tim Cook with a Tweet lamenting the…

Second Vietnamese family fears son among 39 UK truck dead

Another Vietnamese citizen is feared among 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain this…

Crunch time for married priests as Vatican assembly votes

Catholic bishops gathered at a special Vatican assembly will vote Saturday on whether to recommend Pope…

Turkey’s Erdogan sues French magazine over ‘eradicator’ cover

Recep Tayyip Erdogan has launched legal proceedings against a French magazine which branded Turkey’s president “The…

2 Dead as Iraq anti-government protests resume

At least two demonstrators were killed in renewed anti-government rallies in the Iraqi capital on Friday,…

Botswana’s President Masisi wins hotly-contested election

Incumbent president Mokgweetsi Masisi on Friday won a five-year term in Botswana’s elections which saw his…

Spain Reburies Ex-Dictator Franco In Discreet Tomb

Spain exhumed the body of Francisco Franco from a grandiose state mausoleum on Thursday, reburying it…

Support surges for Trump’s impeachment, removal

Support for the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s dealings in Ukraine and his removal from…

39 people found dead inside truck container

Police in the UK have launched a murder investigation in southeast England after 39 people were…

Botswana begins voting in test of a stable democracy

Voting opened on Wednesday in Botswana for a hotly contested general election that could test the…

157 dead in Iraq protests: new official toll

The death toll from week-long anti-government protests that erupted in the Iraqi capital and other cities…

Britain’s Johnson Faces Brexit Deadline

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two crucial Brexit votes Tuesday that could decide if he…