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Violence Trails Zimbabwe Elections

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Zimbabwean troops on Wednesday opened fire in the country’s capital, Harare after opposition mdc alliance supporters went on rampage.

103 Passengers Survive Plane Crash In Mexico

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A passenger plane carrying 103 passengers on board crashed in the Mexican state capital, of Durango, just moments after takeoff.

U.S. Court Blocks Release Of 3-D Firearms Print

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A US federal judge in Seattle has blocked the release of software that allows consumers to 3d-print firearms which was distributed about 5 days ago by the gun access advocacy group.

Sweden Crown Jewels Stolen From Cathedral

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Police in Sweden have launched a manhunt after thieves swiped some of the country's crown jewels from a cathedral and escaped by speedboat.

15 Tourists Injured In Peru Train Crash

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Local authorities in Machu Picchu in Peru say about 15 tourists have been injured near the area after two passenger trains collided.

President Trump Imposes Duty On Rwanda Clothes

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The US has formally locked out apparel products from Rwanda after the East African nation banned imports of second-hand clothes and shoes.

Vote Counting On-Going In Zimbabwe Election As Parties Claim Victory

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Zimbabwe’s President, Emmerson Mnagagwa and his main opponent Nelson Chamisa are claiming victory after peaceful voting in the first election since the end of Robert Mugabe’s 38 year rule.

Gunmen Take Dozens Hostage In Jalalabad, Afghanistan

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Gunmen stormed a government building in Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad on Tuesday, taking dozens of hostages after a suicide bomber blew himself up at the entrance gate, officials and witnesses said.

UK Supreme Court Approves Withdrawal Of Food For Patients In Vegetative State

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The United Kingdom Supreme Court has ruled that legal permission will no longer be required to end care for patients in a permanent vegetative state.

Hun Sen Declares Victory In Cambodia Election

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The party of Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen, who has been in power since 1985, says it has won a landslide victory in a general election that lacked any serious challenger.

India Strips 4 Million People Of Citizenship

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India has published a list which effectively strips some four million people in the north-eastern state of Assam of their citizenship.

California Fire Spreads

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Officials have warned that California’s deadliest current wildfire is spreading fast, despite thousands of firefighters battling it.

Doctors Recommend Transfer Of Jailed Former Pakistani Prime Minister To Hospital.

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Pakistani Government Officials said on Sunday that Doctors are concerned about the health of jailed former pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and have requested prison authorities in Rawalpindi to transfer him to A Hospital.

 

Civil Society Group Concerned About Free, Fair Zimbabwe Election

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A coalition of Civil Society Organisations in Zimbabwe have expressed fears that the intimidation of voters may impact on a transparent, free and fair Elections.

Venezuela Legislator Flees

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A venezuelan opposition legislator José Manuel Olivares has fled the country, accusing the government of threatening him and several family members.

UK Parliamentary Committee Warns Of “ Democratic Crisis” Over Fake News.

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A Parliamentary Committee has warned that the uk faces a "Democratic Crisis" with voters being targeted with "pernicious views" and data being manipulated.

California Wildfire Kills Five

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A raging wildfire in Northern California has killed two firefighters, a woman and her two grand children, and forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes.

Japan Typhoon Jongdari Hits Mainland Honshu

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Hundreds of Flights have been cancelled in Japan as the country braces for a powerful Typhoon, bringing winds of up to 180 kilometer, per hour.

Afghan Midwife Center Attacked

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An Afghan Midwife Training Centre has come under attack from Militants, on Saturday with at least three people Injured.

Pakistan Set To Assist Nigerian Education

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The Government of Pakistan is set to assist Nigerian students to further broaden their skills in the country’s key institutions.