Paris synagogue bombing case remains unsolved, 38 years onOn October 3, 1980, a bomb exploded in front of a Paris synagogue, killing four people and injuring dozens more. The attack sent shockwaves across the country. The sole suspect -…
Iraq holds first nationwide election since Islamic State group defeatIraq holds first nationwide election since Islamic State group defeat
Global calls for restraint amid fears of Iran-Israel conflictGlobal calls for restraint amid fears of Iran-Israel conflict
Ugandans concerned about planned social media taxDuring 2016 election campaign politicians blocked several social media sites.
Facebook's Zuckerberg admits errors over Cambridge Analytica data mining scandal2018-03-22 11:10 Facebook''s Zuckerberg admits errors over Cambridge Analytica data mining scandal
Nigerians condemn lawmakers' 'outrageous' monthly allowanceThe revelation by a Nigerian senator that lawmakers in the upper house of parliament receive about $37,500 each month for personal expenses has prompted anger in the west African…
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South Africa: Former president Zuma to face corruption chargesSouth Africa's chief prosecutor confirms that former president Jacob Zuma will face corruption charges relating to an arms deal in 1999. Also, the revelation that some MPs can…
Convoy delivers food to besieged Syrian enclaveShelling continues as convoy delivers food to besieged Syrian enclave
New UNESCO chief Azoulay says she aims to ''depoliticise'' the organisationThe US and Israel have recently left UNESCO.
At least 26 dead, 20 wounded in Texas church attackPolice say the attack stemmed from a family dispute.
Thousands join Togo's 'March of Anger' against ruling familyThousands of protesters turned out in the West African state on Thursday for the second day running, in an intensifying campaign aimed at forcing out the Gnassingbe family that…
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