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Relations between Russia and Saudi Arabia are developing fairly successfully, Putin said
South Sudanese soldiers accused of a horrific attack on foreign aid workers during the country's civil war are facing trial almost a year later.
French President Emmanuel Macron said earlier that he was determined to keep an eye on the situation concerning the rights of LGBT people in Chechnya
Spokesperson of Romania's president Madalina Dobrovolschi stated on Tuesday that Parliament's vote on the request for the Social Democratic Party (PSD - ruling) deputy Eugen Bejinariu's criminal pros
A teenager who was celebrating his graduation was shot and killed when he tried to defend a female friend who was being cat-called by a group of three men. Irving Police said the 18-year-old Dallas, U
The Nigeria Army says no fewer than 1,400 suspected Boko Haram members arrested by the military are undergoing investigation at its detention facility. The outgoing Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya
Veteran BBC broadcaster David Dimbleby has hit out at the British media for failing to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn “fair” coverage in the run-up to the June 8 general election. Rea
A diplomat says the activities of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons concerning Syria’s chemical weapons issue raise questions
Gareth Bale is “desperate” to return from injury in time for a Champions League final homecoming against Juventus in Cardiff on Saturday, his Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane said on Tuesd
US golfer Tiger Woods has said an “unexpected reaction to prescribed medications” was the reason behind his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence in Florida on Monday. Read
A Federal High Court Lagos on Tuesday, further adjourned till June 29, the hearing in a suit by Sterling Bank against a former Aviation Minister, Sen. Stella Oduah, over alleged indebtedness. The bank
Danone Romania, the largest yogurt producer on the local market, on Tuesday said it ended 2016 with 1% lower revenue, of RON479 million, but 20% higher net profit, of RON16 million, compared with th
Police are looking for three women suspected of abducting a Pretoria man and keeping him locked up for two days while raping him repeatedly.
Premier Helen Zille and Minister of Social Development Albert Fritz kicked off Child Protection Week with a door-to-door visit in Mitchells Plain.
Nigeria’s Ambassador/Permanent Representative to the UN Office and Other International Organisations in Geneva, Amb. Audu Kadiri, has sought the assistance of the UN towards expeditious return of the
A law securing an investment by Canadian automotive giant Magna in the north-east of Slovenia will be tested against the Constitution for allowing the expropriation of landowners not willing to sell
Ukrainian writer Yurii Andrukhovych was declared on Tuesday the recipient of this year's Vilenica Prize, awarded each year in Slovenia to a writer from Central Europe. Poet Maja Vidmar has meanwh
Russia’s Severomorsk large anti-submarine destroyer is set to travel to the northeastern section of the Atlantic Ocean
Every day ten people die because of smoking in Slovenia, while the costs of treatment, reduced productivity and early tobacco-related deaths cost Slovenia 5% of GDP, heard a panel held by the Public H
Austrian-held real estate developer Immofinanz registered rental income of EUR12.2 million from its properties in Romania, in January-March 2017.
Borussia Dortmund’s head coach Thomas Tuchel has left the club, the Bundesliga side confirmed Tuesday, denying that the departure was sparked by a public spat with the club’s chief executi
Two persons were confirmed dead in a road accident involving a blue Toyota Corolla car and a Toyota picnic bus at Olodo area, on Abeokuta/Ibadan Expressway in Ogun State. The Public Relations Officer,
The Bayelsa State Police Command on Tuesday confirmed the killing of a Sergeant at a police station in Yenagoa. The spokesman of the command, Mr Asinim Butswat, who confirmed the killing in Yenagoa, d
A 30 percent decrease in trade between Russia and the U.S. points to the need to make serious efforts in order to give new impetus to economic ties, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said
New Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno says that, although he considers WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange a “hacker,” he will allow him to remain in his country’s London embassy. Read
The president is also scheduled to meet with permanent members of the Russian Security Council
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The newly-elected president of South Korea ordered a probe into why the country’s defense ministry failed to report to him the import of four more rocket launchers for the US anti-missi
As Islamic State-linked militants besiege a city in the southern Philippines, the local military says the terrorist group wants to establish a branch in the country and “inflict the kin
Foreign companies are increasingly keen to invest in Slovenia, a conference in Ljubljana heard on Tuesday with an Economy Ministry official announcing three to four new foreign investments by the end

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