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Mali Spiderman Meets President Boubacar Keita

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The Malian migrant, who dramatically rescued a small boy dangling from a balcony in Paris, met with Mali's president Ibrahim Boubacarkeïta on Monday.  

Banda In Second Bid For Malawi’s Presidency

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Malawi's former president Joyce Banda, who returned home in April after four years of self-imposed exile, says she intends to contest next year's election if chosen by the opposition people's party.  

Malema In Race Row In South Africa

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South Africa’s economic freedom fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has found himself at the centre of a new race storm after he accused most Indians in the country of being racist.  

Laura Bush Condemns Trump’s Immigration Policy

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The former us first lady Laura bush has condemned a controversial policy that splits up families who illegally enter the country at the Mexican border.  

U.K Labour MP Says Trump Is An “Asteroid Of Awfulness ”

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Britain’s opposition labour frontbencher Emily Thornberry has indicated she would be happy to meet Donald Trump, despite describing him as an "Asteroid Of Awfulness".

Rescued Migrants Arrive Spain’s Port Of Valencia

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Migrants rescued from the Mediterranean and turned away by Italy and Malta have arrived in Spain's port of Valencia.

Nicaragua Violence Continues Despite Ceasefire

1 day ago /

Violence has continued in Nicaragua a day after the Government and opposition agreed a ceasefire to end nearly two months of unrest.

Chinese Media Mocks Trump Over Trade Tariffs

2 days ago /

Chinese media have mocked us president Donald Trump over the imposition of 25% tariffs on $50bn worth of Chinese goods, saying "wise men build bridges but fools build walls".  

U.S, China Trade War Escalates

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China says it 'doesn't want a trade war', but must 'fight back' after us slaps tariffs on $50bn in Chinese imports.

Nicaragua Opposition Ceasefire

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Reports say Nicaragua’s government and opposition groups have agreed a ceasefire after weeks of violence that has left about 170 people dead.

U.S. Justice Dept. Accuses Ex-FBI Director Comey Of Insubordination

3 days ago /

A highly anticipated US department of justice report accuses ex-FBI director James Comey of being "insubordinate" but not politically biased.

U.S., China Set For Trade War As U.S. Imposes Fresh Tariffs

3 days ago /

China says it will respond quickly to protect itself if the us hurts its interests with fresh trade tariffs

U.K. Seeks To Cement Foreign Policy, Security Ties With EU

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Britain wants to cement its foreign policy and security ties with the European union via the “closest possible cooperation agreement” and is open to participating in a European intervention force, a British minister said Britain was open to a close partnership with Europe on a crisis intervention force after it leaves the EU, depending on key details.

U.S., South Korea Discuss Future Of Joint War Games

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The defence ministers of South Korea and the US have discussed the future of their joint military drills after the US president said they would be ending.

Uganda’s Ex-Police Chief Denies Arrest

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Uganda’s former police chief kale kayihura has denied reports of his arrest amid conflicting - and confusing - reports.  

Italian Vessels To Evacuate Stranded Migrants To Spain

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A charity looking after 629 rescued migrants on a ship stranded off Malta says two Italian vessels will help take them to the Spanish port of Valencia.

Sexual Exploitation In Africa: UNHRC Urges African Leaders To Halt Trend

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African leaders have been told to do more to reduce the rising rate of sexual exploitation of the girl child on the continent.

North Korea Raises Hope Of New Relations With U.S.

1 week ago /

North Korean State Media have raised the possibility that the isolated country could "establish a new relationship" with the United States.

Europe Bound Migrants In The Mediterranean

1 week ago /

A rescue ship carrying 629 migrants is stranded in the Mediterranean after Italy’s new interior minister Matteo Salvini refused permission for it to dock.

Ethiopia Badme Town Protests Decision To Give It To Eritrea

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Thousands of people in Badme, the town at the heart of the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, are protesting against the Ethiopian ruling coalition's decision to give it to Eritrea.  


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