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Death Toll From Philippines Typhoon Hits 49

The death toll from Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines has reached 49 and also ripping a swathe of destruction through its agricultural heartland.

Mayor Of London Calls For Second Brexit Vote

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for a second European Union (EU) referendum, criticising the government's handling of Brexit negotiations with the EU.

Rwanda Releases Opposition Leader From Prison

Rwandan opposition leader, Victoire Ingabire, was freed from jail on Saturday after President Paul Kagame permitted her early release.

Buhari Sympathises With Govt Of U.S., Sudan Over Natural Disasters

Buhari has extended his sympathies to Donald Trump and Americans over the current disaster of Hurricane Florence ravaging some parts of the Country

Ex-President Mubarak’s Sons Arrested

The two sons of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Alaa and Gamal, have been apprehended for alleged stock market manipulation.

Gunmen Kill Three In Mexico City Plaza

Gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians killed three people and wounded seven others in a square in downtown Mexico City, police said.

U.S. Says Denuclearization Talks Ongoing With North Korea

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday, that talks with North Korea are ongoing over the country’s potential denuclearization.

Catholic Archbishop Prostrates For Sex Abuse Victims

The archbishop of Washington who was blamed for allegedly covering up pedophile priests in Pennsylvania prostrated to victims of abuse on Friday.

Trump Lampoons Ex-secretary Of State Kerry For Iran Meetings

President Donald Trump has criticised former Secretary of State John Kerry for his meetings with Iran’s foreign minister after the Obama-appointee had left office.

Hurricane Florence Hits North Carolina

The deadly Hurricane Florence has made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center said.

US To Reconsider Asylum For Separated Immigrant Families

Donald Trump's government reconsider the asylum claims of some 1,000 immigrant parents and children who were separated at the U.S. border.

Accused Skripal Poisoning Suspects Deny Murder Allegations

Two men accused by London of poisoning former Moscow spy, Sergei Skripal, have denied their involvement in the murder allegation.

US To Impose Severe Sanctions On Russia Over Spy Poisoning

The U.S is planning a new set of sanctions on Russia over the alleged attempt by Kremlin agents to kill a spy in Britain, a State Department official says.

Liberian Minister Arrested For Fighting, Insulting Lawmaker

Liberia's House of representatives has sentenced a serving Minister to two nights in jail for using vulgar language on two lawmakers.

Brazil’s Presidential Candidate Undergoes Surgery After Stabbing

Brazil’s far-right presidential frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday underwent surgery for complications from a stab wound he suffered while campaigning.

Netanyahu’s Spokesman Takes Leave After Sex Allegations

A spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister says he will take a leave of absence to clear his name after a series of sexual misconduct allegations against him.

Netanyahu’s Spokesman Keyes Accused Of Sexual Assault

Julia Salazar on Tuesday accused Isreali Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s spokesman David Keyes of sexual assault.

World Leaders Pay Last Respect To Kofi Annan

World leaders joined the family of Kofi Annan on Thursday, as the former United Nations secretary general's state funeral took place in Ghana.

Hurricane Florence: Georgia Declares State Of Emergency

Following the warning by forecasters about torrential rainfall in the southern part of the state, Georgia declared a state of emergency. this is coming after...

Trump Calls For Use Of Sanctions To Punish Election Interference

President Trump has signed an executive order calling for sanctions against foreign citizens or governments found to have interfered in U.S. elections.



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