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"Disputed territory": NYT slammed over "non-Ukrainian" Crimea

The American daily newspaper The New York Times has published a map where occupied Crimea is marked in the same color as the territory of Russia and is signed as "disputed," chess grandmaster, writer and political activist Garry Kasparov wrote on Twitter.
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Nigerian artiste, Damini Ogulu popularly known as ‘Burna Boy’, on Friday submitted himself to the Lagos State Police Command over his alleged role in a robbery attack on a fellow artiste, Mr. 2kay
Facing a wave of anti-Israeli protests, the German police have introduced additional measures to stop any outbreaks of anti-Semitism. They have even banned taking US and Israeli flags t
The parents of one of the children killed in a crash in the south of France were from the Vila Real de Santo António area of the Algarve. The school bus, full of children, was hit by a train on a ra
The Trump administration put new requirements in place on Friday for the 38 countries participating in the U.S. Visa Waiver Programme, including that they use U.S. counterterrorism data to screen trav
Newly declassified footage of US nuclear tests has been published online, showing dramatic fireballs and mushroom clouds from experiments conducted between 1945 and 1962. Read Full Arti
Albufeira council has turned its attention towards cultural heritage and architecture and has confirmed it has applied for European funds to renovate the old Igreja Matriz of Santa Maria and to trans
Kyle Walker has been told by Pep Guardiola he is physically one of the best full-backs in the world, but needs to improve his football brain to maintain his form into his thirties. The 27-year-old Man
Notable improvements have been made in social protection and labor markets in Azerbaijan
Flights to and from Dakar’s brand-new airport were cancelled on Friday after air traffic controllers went on strike just eight days after it opened. Controllers announced they would strike for
The Russian diplomat calls on the United States and South Korea to refrain from regular military drills near the Korean Peninsula
Just how much has America changed since Donald Trump’s election? Eminem, knee-deep in controversy a generation ago for misogyny and homophobia, is back as a self-styled moral conscience. The top
Azerbaijan’s nonhydrocarbon sector is expected to increase by 4 percent in 2018
The National Assembly unanimously endorsed on Friday an interim report on the EUR 1.4bn investment into a new generator at the Šoštanj thermal power station (TEŠ) which puts the blame on four minis
Emirates Airlines, on Friday returned to Abuja route with 95 passengers and 17 crew members on board its Boeing 777-300 from Dubai after it has closed the route for over a year. The News Agency of Nig
Authorities in Helsinki have denied a Muslim foundation permission to secure land for a grand mosque in the city, expressing concern about the funding of the project – which would hav
Chief Ike Ekweremadu, the Deputy President of the Senate, has advocated six-year single tenure for president,  governors, National Assembly and state assembly members “to stop the problem caused by
Cori Thomas, who says Dustin Hoffman exposed himself to her in a hotel room when she was 16, said she spent years in guilty silence.
Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Attorney-General of the Federation of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, has said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and Independent Corrup
An Italian woman who ordered her boyfriend’s murder in March through a website and paid a hitman in bitcoin digital currency has been sentenced to six years imprisonment. The 58-year-old woman was j

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