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A Turkmen news broadcaster on Friday was killed by "Daesh gunmen" in Iraq’s northern city of Kirkuk, a local official said, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
Fifty-three people were killed and nearly 300 injured on Friday when a packed passenger train traveling between Cameroon's two largest cities derailed and overturned, the transportation minister said,
Dyn, the internet performance management company, is warning its customers that for the the third time Friday, a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack is underway.
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Russia's gypsum manufacturer Volma Corporation has expressed interest in cooperating with Azerbaijani counterparts, the company`s manager Sergei Kovalchuk told AzerTag.
A planet, believed to be the ninth in our solar system, but which has remained mysteriously elusive to astronomers could be causing the “wobble” in our solar system that causes planets
The Russian Federation refused to transfer to Ukraine the Ukrainian activist, Oleksandr Kolchenko, who had been illegally sentenced to a prison term in Russia, according to Deputy Minister of Justice
A small batch of emails dating back to Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state has been made public. The release is part of approximately 15,000 previously undisclosed Clinton em
A shocking video has emerged of a policeman violently slapping a female journalist during a scuffle at a government office in Karachi.
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A lot of Americans resent being governed by educated experts and professionals like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, writes Bill Schneider.
At least 53 people have been killed and nearly 300 others injured after a passenger train traveling between Cameroon’s capital, Yaounde, and the city of Douala was derailed, the country
Protesters took their demands for a minimum wage of R10 000 a month to the Gauteng Department of Health, the Department of Basic Education and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.
President Jacob Zuma has declared a Special Provincial Official Funeral for anti-apartheid activist Mr Mewallal Ramgobin.
EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the crisis in Georgia Herbert Salber who is on official visit to Armenia, met with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan.
The growth of Ukraine’s industrial output in September year-over-year slowed down from 3.4% a month earlier to 2%, as reported on the website of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine.
Julie Patz, whose son Etan vanished on his way to school in 1979, testified about the “total horror” of hearing that her son was missing.
A presentation of film “Young Voices, Ancient Song” dedicated to refugee children from Azerbaijan’s Karabakh region has been held in Baku, AzerTag reports.
Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The National Judicial Council on Friday rejected the suggestion by the Nigerian Bar Association to suspend serving judges who were among the seven arrested by the Department of St
More reports of militants shooting at and torturing people trying to leave the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo have emerged, as locals waiting for their relatives by humanitarian corrido
Lionel Messi was named in Argentina’s squad for their heavyweight World Cup clash against bitter rivals Brazil on Friday having missed the last three fixtures through injury. Messi had been side
Two people were arrested in Pasadena, Maryland, and charged with multiple possession and reckless endangerment charges after authorities found drugs and drug paraphernalia at a home lic
A fellow #FeesMustFall activist claims former Wits SRC president Mcebo Dlamini is on hunger strike in prison, where he has been remanded until his next court date.
’Femi Asu Nigeria, Africa’s biggest economy, was dwarfed by Ghana and 13 other countries on the continent in a global survey of opportunities for young people, a new report by the Commonwealth has rev
Police say they are investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting of a male juvenile, who allegedly committed a crime of Simple Larceny, in the compound of Republic Bank Limited at Waterloo
Latvian border guards have detained Ella Taranova, a chief producer for Russia’s Rossiya Segodnya international information agency, who arrived for the Baltic Forum in Riga. According t
The National Legal Adviser, Alliance for Democracy, Mr. Kehinde Aworele, on Friday said the party’s National Executive Committee did not recognise Chief Olusola Oke as its governorship candidate in th
Former Nigerian Minister of Finance, Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has been appointed a member of the international advisory panel of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. The AIIB Senior Communication Off
London's ambulance service treated 26 people for breathing difficulties at London City Airport after an apparent chemical incident.
The decision to deploy in Donbas the armed police mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe should be taken by the organization’s Permanent Council, that’s accordi
Apple has sued a company that makes "genuine" chargers for Apple products that have been bought on Amazon.com with Apple's marketing images. The alleged counterfeit products "haven't be
Below is a roundup of major events on Friday, 21 October:
While agreeing with President Barack Obama that the US election system is too big to hack, officials in his administration are now suggested that any evidence of voting impropriety may
Major internet services including Twitter, Spotify and Amazon suffered service interruptions and outages on Friday as a US internet provider came under sustained cyber attack. The internet service com
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja The police have paraded a father, his son and two others for alleged involvement in the kidnap and murder of a Port Harcourt lawyer and activist, Mr. Ken Atsuete. The lawyer wa