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Russian energy minister, EU energy commissioner to hold talks later in October

A woman and her daughter died on Saturday in a building that collapsed at Abule-Egba, a Lagos suburb, according to the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency. LASEMA, however, said a five-year-old gi
Hungary will stand by Poland in a row with the European Union, the country’s prime minister Viktor Orban has said, blasting Brussels for its “inquisition offensive” against Poland which
Head of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine Viktor Nazarenko is undergoing treatment in the intensive care unit, however, doctors claim his health condition is satisfactory, agency’s press
As the probe into his administration’s alleged ties to Russia continues, US President Donald Trump has said that although he has the power to grant pardons, so far, the only crimes whic
Drone enthusiasts will face new restrictions in the UK after the British government announced plans to usher in a new series of regulations, including registration of any drone weighing
Kenyan police on Saturday arrested a lawmaker already accused of inciting violence after he urged people to take land away from white farmers, senior officers said. Opposition deputy Mathew Lempurkel
Below is a roundup of major events on Saturday, 22 July:
Romanian tennis player Irina Begu (WTA's 58th) on Saturday made a career breakthrough, advancing to the final of the BRD Bucharest Open featuring 226,750 US dollars in prize money, as she defeated se
To fight the wars to come, the transatlantic alliance is going to need to start spending more —not on tanks and fighter jets but on “non-kinetic defense,” Mark Galeotti wrote in his
A group, the Voters Awareness Initiative (VAI), has decried the low turnout of voters in the Saturday’s local council election in Lagos State, which it attributed to lack of voters awareness. Mr Wale
SBU Chief Vasyl Hrytsak called journalists July 22 to tell about the attempt to seize the public office of the prosecutor’s general office ten days before, UNN reports.
The Philippines Congress voted overwhelmingly in favor of extending martial law on the island of Mindanao Saturday as the battle against IS-affiliated fighters continues. So far, over 4
The remains of a couple, found on a receding glacier in the Swiss Alps 75 years after they had disappeared, were at long last buried on Saturday near their native village. Their two surviving daughter
A 27-year-old man is facing multiple charges after leading police on a dangerous high-speed chase down a Florida beach. Ryan Stiles broadcast his alcohol-fueled crime on Facebook Live b
Sputnik and RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan commented on the removal by Newsweek of false stories about Trump “conspiring with Russia,” saying it “deleted the lies about us, feari
A moment of Philippe Coutinho magic lifted Liverpool to a 2-1 preseason victory over Leicester City in the final of the Premier League Asia Trophy on Saturday. With Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp reje
Seventy Afghans were abducted Friday from their village along the main highway in the south of the country, and at least seven were killed, police said, accusing the Taliban of the kidnappings. Around
Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations Volodymyr Yelchenko has sent to the UN secretary general and head of the Security Council a letter by MFA Ukraine with a demand toward Russia
The Federal Government on Saturday received no fewer than 198 Nigerians illegally residing in Saudi Arabia at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport at about 10 am. This number was out of the 1,80
Chelsea forward Pedro was taken to hospital with a possible concussion after colliding with Arsenal’s goalkeeper during the Blues’ 3-0 preseason win over their London rivals in Beijing on
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin instructed his aides and intelligence services to achieve a "reset of the ruling regime in Ukraine," head of the SBU Security Service of Uk
A report released this week by the Elephant Action League reveals how China is home to the largest illegal market for rhino horn in the world.
More than 30 000 teachers in all of Gauteng’s 15 district schools have reportedly been absent from work since the beginning of this year.
Knysna, where devastating fires razed dozens of homes, is feeling the bite of capitalism as builders hike prices, cashing in on victims' misery.
Russian candies – from lobster necks to AlyonkaIn Russia the recipe for gusinye lapki was common in many families. However, it’s not the only dessert with this touching and unique name. In the se
The first half of the 1990s were late-20th century SA's bloodiest years and on July 25, 1993, a Kenilworth community felt it first hand
The son of Brazilian football legend, Pele, will return to prison after his appeal against a 13-year sentence for laundering drug-trafficking money was rejected, local authorities said on Saturday. Ed
Mother of Viktor Ageyev, the Russian contracted soldier earlier captured by Ukrainian forces in Luhansk region after a shootout with a sabotage recon group he was part of, has met her son, Novaya Gaze
Mother of Viktor Ageyev, the Russian contracted soldier earlier captured by Ukrainian forces in Luhansk region after a shootout with a sabotage recon group he was part of, has met her son, Novaya Gaze
Sen. Oluremi Tinubu on Saturday said that eligible voters in Lagos State who did not cast their votes in the local government elections would not be justified to complain against local councils. Olure
To stay alive on our roads you have to throw almost anything you might have learnt for your K53 out the window.
While German policy towards Turkey will change, it won’t affect Turkish nationals residing in the country, German FM Sigmar Gabriel said, as the rift between the two countries deepens.
Sorry, married couples. Looks like you’re no better off than sad singles. When it comes to health, a new study suggests that marriage no longer gives you much of an advantage. Previous research has su
The Department of Defence has distanced itself from a book titled "Mandela's Last Years" penned by former SANDF surgeon general Lt-Gen Vejay Ramlakan.

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