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End of the road for Mugabe

Had Robert Mugabe bought into the philosophy of Muhammadu Buhari regarding the place of the spouse of a serving political leader, he probably would have held on to his job until God decides to remove him. Were the place of Grace Mugabe to have been in the “kitchen and the other room”, just as that […]
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One of the problems for the Ukrainian infrastructure sector is the impossibility of adopting the required bills, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan has said.
On Sunday, the third impeachment march organized by Saakashvili’s party was held in Kiev
On December 17, Vladimir Putin thanked his US counterpart, Donald Trump, for the CIA tipoff that led to the capture of terrorists who had plotted bomb attacks in St. Petersburg
Theresa May is being urged not to resign until close to the next election amid fears a power struggle could spell the end of the Tory party. Conservatives worry a leadership battle woul
On Tuesday, December 19, at 10.00, the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency's press center will host a press conference devoted to the results of Ukraine's Investment Attractiveness Index for H2 2017 accordin
The Nigerian Army on Monday denied the killings of civilians in an attack coordinated by the Boko Haram insurgents against the World Food Programme trucks on Saturday. The Theatre Commander, Operation
Former Georgian president, now leader of the "Movement of New Forces" Party in Ukraine Mikheil Saakashvili has said he agrees to interrogation by the SBU Security Service of Ukraine rather t
The Super Eagles B have moved camp to the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja for the next phase of preparations for the 2018 African Nations Championship taking place in Morocco from 13th January 2018.
The 2018 presidential campaign started in Russia on Monday, signaling the start of months of preparation. All potential participants and their supporters are now to spring into action.
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office noted that there had been no information concerning the detention of other persons accused in the Khlebnikov murder case
The founder and director of Standpoint Research, Ronnie Moas, who foresaw bitcoin's incredible rise this year, says the price of the world’s leading cryptocurrency will reach $400,000
Estonia and Ukraine are interested in continuing cooperation in the field of training humanitarian explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) specialists, officials said at the conclusion of a course during wh
A family of raccoons has been spotted in the Netherlands for the first time since the animals appeared in the...
Russia’s presidential election is due on March 18, 2018
The value of the largest cryptocurrency bitcoin has fallen after breaking a record $20,000. On Sunday, futures in the cryptocurrency began trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CM
The U.S. is planning to spend more than $200 million to repair and build U.S. military structures and installations on air bases that dot much of Eastern Europe, part of an ongoing initiative to deter
The mayor of Libya’s third-largest city Misrata has been abducted and killed, a security source said on Monday. Mohamad Eshtewi’s body was found dumped in the street after he was kidnapped
Swimmer Ranomo Kromowidjojo has ended the year in flying form by taking five gold medals at the European short course...

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