The UN has thrown its weight behind new elections in Zimbabwe set for July, calling on the government to kickstart the African nation’s economy as an “urgent priority”.
Africa's only female president Ameenah Gurib-Fakim of Mauritius resigned on Saturday following allegations of financial impropriety, her lawyer said.
A boat ferrying about 20 people across the Aegean Sea has capsized, leading to the death of 14 people.
Donald Trump’s lawyer has filed a $20m suit on adult movie star Stormy Daniels over a violation of a nondisclosure agreement (NDA).
The Russian foreign ministry on Saturday announced the expulsion of 23 British diplomats in its diplomatic tit-for-tat response to London's expulsion of its diplomats.
US President Donald Trump has sacked Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Deputy Director Andrew McCabe two days short of retirement.
About 65,000 people have attended anti-government protests held in Slovakia for the third consecutive week following the killing of a journalist and his fiancée.
Civilians continue to flee Syria's Eastern Ghouta and Afrin in record numbers as Syrian and Turkish military operations continue against their respective foes.
Police in the United Kingdom on Friday launched a murder investigation following the death of Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov in south-west London.
Former South Africa president Jacob Zuma is to face trail for 18 charges of corruption, the director of public prosecutions confirmed on Friday.
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has reportedly slipped in a bathtub and fractured her hand during a tour of India.
President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., on Thursday in New York City, was served divorce papers by wife of twelve years, Vanessa Trump.
National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster might be the next high-profile White House exit as he might get the sack.
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe on Thursday gave his first TV interview since his ouster which he called a "coup d'etat".
At least four people are dead and 10 others are injured after a bridge collapsed near Florida International University in Miami, officials say.
The Saudi government has declared its intent to develop a nuclear weapon if Iran is allowed to build one.
President Salva Kiir of South Sudan on Thursday, appointed Garang Mabiordit as the country's Finance Minister to revive the nation's ailing economy.
The United Kingdom allies in the United States, Germany and France have issued a joint statement on the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, southwest England.
A man held hostage by Talibans in Afghanistan, has escaped by stealing a gun from his captors while they were praying, shooting seven of them with 18 injured.
A video of a top Israeli footballer performing sex acts on a woman who appears to be unconscious has gone viral.