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Manuel Rodrigues, a blind child rights activist from Guinea-Bissau, has been selected to receive The World’s Children’s Prize.
The OSCE monitored the border of Azerbaijan and Armenia on April 27, said Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry told APA.
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Customs and Border Protection officers in New York arrested not one, but two travelers arriving on the same flight attempting to transport illegal drugs into the United States. On April 19, Mr. Ariel
President Zuma has refused to urgently furnish the DA with documents, including the so-called intelligence report.
Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi has declared May 2 and May 3 as public holidays in Ebonyi to enable eligible voters to participate in the Continuous Voter Registration. Umahi made the declaration in Ab
The project of blocking militant and Russian TV and radio broadcasting in the Anti-Terrorist Operation zone is ready to be implemented, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukrain
The Lebo M Foundation law clinic had its first roadshow at a farmworkers’ imbizo in Ndwedwe, north of Durban this week.
Kenya's opposition alliance is expected to name veteran Raila Odinga as its presidential candidate at a rally.
Smoke grenades could be seen being thrown at a demonstration in Paris where hundreds of protesters are marching against second round candidates for the 2017 French presidential election
A huge blast which struck near Damascus airport early on Thursday was caused by Israeli missiles hitting a “military position”, Syria’s state SANA news agency reported. “A mili
On the eve of the May holidays, the Ukrainian military are planning to hold exercises in Kherson region, the press officer of the Operational Command South of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Ihor Biriukov
The mobile communications operator lifecell in January-March 2017 doubled its net loss, to UAH 137.9 million from UAH 67.6 million year-over-year, according to a financial report of Turkey's Turkcell
Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze has discussed with Permanent Secretary of the Defense Ministry of Denmark Thomas Ahrenkiel the im
Latvia’s flag carrying airline AirBaltic on April 26 launched flights between Riga and Kazan, the capital of the Russian constituent region of Tatarstan located in the middle reach of the Volga River.
Tedis Ukraine has paid UAH 300 million fine, and its top managers homes were raided by law enforcers, Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko has said.
Group appoints panel to assess its actions and announces plans to improve childminding in its Play Canyons
Azerbaijan is set to prohibit the use of water-based hookah in non-smoking places.
A Londoner who had been missing for two years has shown up in Turkey, having lived with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in their de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa alongside his Br
'Conservative estimates put the financial value of the formal South African waste sector at R15 billion.'
The current phase of ideological confrontation is sometimes worse than during the Cold War, Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service chief Sergey Naryshkin said at the Moscow Conference on International
The arrest comes amid an ongoing criminal case investigated by the general department of investigations of the Investigative Committee.
Undefeated Anthony Joshua has banned his mother, Yeta, from attending his world heavyweight title fight with Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley on Saturday. The 27-year-old, who said his 13 weeks of prepar
On Wednesday, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said that the samples obtained by the French intelligence services prove that sarin had been used in Khan Sheikhoun
Ukrainian OSINT community InformNapalm reports they have identified war criminals from a special forces battalion of the Russian 8th Mountain Motorized Rifle Brigade (the 8th MMRB) who participated in
An artificial womb filled with clear liquid, successfully tested on pre-natal lambs, could help extremely premature babies avoid death or life-long disability, researchers reported Tuesday. “It
Over half of consumers (55%) are willing to replace human doctors with artificial intelligence (AI) and robots that can answer health questions, perform tests, make a diagnosis and recommend treatme
Armenia’s minister of transportation, communication and IT Vahan Martirosyan held a meeting with Kuwaiti businessman Charles Heider.
A Russian Defense Ministry Tu-154 bound for Syria crashed on December 25, 2016, shortly after taking off from Sochi
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