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Mugabe's resignation letter in full

The speaker in Zimbabwe's parliament stopped impeachment proceedings to say they had received a letter from President Robert Mugabe. Here's what it said:
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Russian energy giant Rosneft has been awarded licenses to two offshore gas fields in Venezuela. The deal was signed as Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin met with Venezuelan President Nicolas Madu
The Chinese Ambassador has praised the Russia-China relationship as “the best in the world,” but analysts tell RT it falls short of a close economic or military alliance. This may c
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja  The Federal Government has appealed to the Petroleum and Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria to shelve its planned strike in the spirit of conciliation brokered between
Adolescent female macaques have been seen climbing on top of a sika deer then moving their pelvises as if thrusting or grinding.
A British diplomat was found strangled by the side of the road in Beirut and authorities are investigating whether she was also sexually assaulted.
Leke Baiyewu, Abuja Former President of the Senate, David Mark, has denied receiving over N2bn from the Peoples Democratic Party through a National Assembly account for distribution to senators. Mark,
Members of the Destitute Home at Okobaba area of Ebute Meta, Lagos State, were fêted by the Church of Faith Foundation in honour of Christmas. In these photographs by Rasheed Bisiriyu, food, food ite
Two suicide bombers struck a church in Pakistan, killing nine people and wounding more than 50 others, in an attack claimed by an Islamic State affiliate.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" netted around $220m in America on its opening weekend, a figure bettered only by 2015's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
Thousands of people supporting Mikhail Saakashvili, the fugitive ex-Georgian president turned Ukrainian opposition figure, have once again taken to the streets of Kiev to take a local c
One person was killed and another was injured when a truck and a car collided on Tonk Meter Drive near Springs in Gauteng.
Enyioha Opara, Minna The Niger State Police Command has arrested a 25-year-old man, Aliyu Mohammadu, for allegedly cutting off his cousin’s manhood. It was learnt that Mohammadu, from Babana Bor
Some local divers in Ikola-Ilumo, Agbado Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area of Lagos State, have killed a giant snake, which they also put on display. The divers are known to fish in the river tha
The so-called Peace Light from Bethlehem - the place of Jesus Christ's birth - has arrived in Germany where it will be used to light candles for peace
Portugal’s Communist Party is suspicious that the legislation put in place to monitor and control heavy shipping off the Algarve coast has not been enacted. The concern from the PCP’s parliamenta
Alexander Okere, Benin Popular Edo musician, Osayomore Joseph, who regained his freedom from kidnappers after one month in capacity, on Sunday described his experience as “horrifying.” Osa
A tip from US intelligence helped thwart a bombing plot against targets in St Petersburg including Kazan Cathedral, the Kremlin said.
Iran said Paris would soon lose its international credibility if it "blindly follows" US President Donald Trump.

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