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Military officers in Gabon staged an apparent coup early Monday morning, seizing the state radio station and declaring their dissatisfaction with President Ali Bongo, who is recovering from a stroke in Morocco. A New Year’s Eve...
French judges have dropped an investigation into the missile attack which sparked Rwanda's 1994 genocide, a probe which has poisoned relations between the countries for two decades. Juvenal Habyarimana, Rwanda's president at the time, was killed when...
The Kremlin says the Russian military has successfully tested a new hypersonic glide vehicle. It says Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw the test launch of the Avangard vehicle from the defence ministry’s control room.
A US judge on Monday ordered North Korea to pay US$501 million over the death of American Otto Warmbier, concluding that the university student likely suffered torture. The penalties, which North Korea is highly unlikely to...
Burundi declared the small central city of Gitega the country's new political capital on Saturday, in line with a presidential promise made a decade ago. A government spokesman named Gitega while also stating that the previous capital...
Donald Trump on Sunday announced he will replace defence secretary Jim Mattis with his deputy Patrick Shanahan, speeding up the Pentagon chief’s planned exit days after he quit, citing key policy differences with the US president. Mattis,...
Queen Elizabeth II will call for respect and civility in a Christmas message delivered with Britain badly divided over its impending exit from the EU. Tuesday’s annual television appearance gives the 92-year-old monarch a rare chance to share...
A Turkish policeman shot his Chief dead and wounded two fellow officers on Tuesday after his request for a transfer was turned down in the Black Sea province of Rize, state news agency, Anadolu, reported. The attacker, identified only by...
A Nebraska man who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife two decades ago admitted Monday to fatally shooting his parents and an 18-year-old niece last year. John Dalton Jr., 46, pleaded guilty to three counts of...
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Ukraine against any “reckless acts” on Tuesday after Kiev declared martial law in response to Moscow’s seizure of three of its navy vessels. The Ukrainian parliament late on Monday voted in favour of President Petro...
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