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A court in Kyiv has prolonged by one year the preliminary arrest of a relative of the late Uzbek President Islam Karimov who is wanted by Tashkent for alleged forgery and embezzlement of hundreds of m
Azerbaijani Army has destroyed long-term firing point of Armenian armed forces, APA reports.
Mike Pence’s support for Israel at the Republican Jewish Coalition in Las Vegas on Friday night backfired spectacularly, when a staffer posted numerous tweets from the Vice President’s
Norway skiers Martin Sundby and Finn Krogh won silver and bronze medals respectively
Omar Naber has won the Slovenian national selection, EMA, and will represent the country in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with the song On My Way.
The Azerbaijani armed forces destroyed an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and a pillbox belonging to the Armenian armed forces
President Francois Hollande fired back at Donald Trump after he remarked that a friend thought "Paris is no longer Paris" after attacks by Islamist militants.
The Azerbaijani armed forces destroyed an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and a pillbox belonging to the Armenian armed forces
Hiking experts have called on SANParks to beef up security and install better signage on Table Mountain following the death of an Icelandic teen.
The  President of the Senate,  Dr Bukola Saraki, on Saturday inaugurated an 80-bed capacity hospital built by Sen. Hassan Mohammed (PDP-Yobe) in Potiskum, Yobe State. Saraki, in a statement by his Chi
I’m not one to turn down a beer, let alone six pints paired with some Icelandic cuisine. ‘Cheers To Reykjavik’... The post Cheers To Reykjavík! A Boozy Tour Of Iceland’s Capital appeared first o
World’s oldest national leader, Robert Mugabe, has been honoured in a week-long extravaganza  to celebrate his 93rd birthday, with state media filled with tributes and praise. The party —
Brazil’s footballing legend, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, popularly called Pele’s son, Edinho has been jailed for money laundering and drug trafficking. Edinho, a former professional goalk
When asked if the US and Russia needed to discuss deconfliction more, the general said that an "increased dialogue" was needed
The police have filed charges of abuse of office, money laundering and fraud at Slovenia's biggest collective copyright management organisation SAZAS with the specialised prosecution, the daily D
Siti Aisyah, the Indonesian woman who is being held in Malaysia for poisoning Kim Jong-un’s half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, in Kuala Lumpur airport last week, says that she was paid $90 dol
A fierce blaze at a hotel in southeastern China killed 10 people, the official Xinhua news agency said in a post on its official microblog.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane believes opponents raise their game when facing the European champions after suffering a shock defeat to Valencia in midweek. Madrid spurned the chance to extend their
Sixteen Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in fighting in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, according to Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman for Anti-Terrorist Operation Andriy Lysenko.
The Speaker of the Edo House of Assembly, Mr Justin Okonoboh, on Friday evening escaped assassination attempt at Igueben Local Government Area of the state. Okonoboh (APC Igueben constituency), while
There is something wrong with a society where a dog leads a better life than some of the people it is protecting its owners from, writes Suraj Yengde
Some residents of Gombe and Kwami Local Government areas of Gombe state say they have lost confidence in Local Government Elections, as such voting in Saturdays’ election in the state, is not their pr
Director of the Baku International Policy and Security Network (Baku Network) Elkhan Alasgarov has been invited to take part in an international forum organized by Russia’s Valdai Discussion Club
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 93rd birthday with a lavish party on Saturday attended by thousands of loyalists outside the second city of Bulawayo. The ruling ZANU-PF party hosted
The eight-year-old marriage of Mrs Kofoworola Ajulo, 31-year-old LASTMA official, may soon hit the rocks as she wants to call it quits, alleging that her husband is kleptomania and ritualist. Kofoworo
Two refugee facilities located in separate parts of Germany caught fire throughout the course of one day, local media reported. In one case, an arson attack is suspected. Read Full Ar
Even if Siya Kolisi does not mind being referred to as “the first black African Stormers captain”, Ryland Fisher is sure he would prefer to be known as a very good rugby player.
Claudio Ranieri visited Leicester City’s training ground on Saturday to say farewell to his former players and staff after his shock sacking. Ranieri had visited the club’s Belvoir Drive h
Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo has commended the Federal Government for releasing $1.5m “Save a Million lives” intervention fund to the state. Obaseki gave the commendation when he received the Minist
Dr Tolulope Otuneye, a General Medical practitioner at the National Hospital, Abuja, has described bedwetting among adults as a “genetic medical sickness’’. Otuneye told the News Agency of Nigeria (NA
President Robert Mugabe brushed aside claims of corruption against senior officials, saying rumour-mongers were merely targeting "big fish" in his administration.
Aggressive policy of Armenia is aimed at elimination of the Turkic ethnos and creation of "Greater Armenia"
"We considered the good relations between our countries as well as the Russian experience in construction of nuclear power plants in Iran," head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization said
"We considered the good relations between our countries as well as the Russian experience in construction of nuclear power plants in Iran," head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization said

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