Clashes erupted in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, after police moved to evict around 700 squatter families in the east of the city, with Images from the scene showing molotov cocktail
The Intercontinental ballistic missile, Topol-M, has blasted off from the Plesetsk’s rocket site soaring through almost all of the country and successfully hitting its target over the K
The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) says it will be holding a Public Forum on the appointment of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), on Friday, January 20, 2017, commencing at 17
Former ‘Apprentice’ contestant Summer Zervos has filed a defamation lawsuit against president-elect Donald Trump three days before the inauguration. She’s accusing him of using his plat
On the Unity Day Jan. 22, a memorial plaque to Col. Yevhen Konovalets is to be opened in Kyiv, Ukrainian Institute of National Memory announced.
At least 52 people were killed and 120 wounded after a Nigerian military airstrike on a refugee camp in the country's north-east.
The link between Faro Airport and the Algarve’s existing railway line may go ahead if the hurdles put in its way by the current Planning and Infrastructure minister can be overcome.
The Tudor-style house where US president-elect Donald Trump lived as a toddler is being auctioned off by a fellow real estate investor.
Authorities are fighting sharks, tides and mangroves to save over a dozen false killer whales as a mass stranding has left more than 80 dead off the Florida coast. Read Full Article at
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has met with Prime Minister, Minister of State of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel
The Minister of State for Aviation, Mr. Hadi Sirika, says the Federal Government has addressed 95 per cent of the concerns raised by foreign airlines over the proposed closure of Nnamdi Azikiwe Intern
Ovie Okpare, Warri An unidentified militant group in the Niger Delta have blown up a crude oil trunkline in Ughelli, Delta State, barely 24 hours after Vice President Yemi Osinbajo led a Federal Gover
Ozioma Ubabukoh Nigeria and other African countries now have access to receive medical support through an Apple app called ‘Ada’. Our correspondent learnt that a team of medical doctors and scientist
Former astronaut was final person to leave footprints on lunar surface as commander of Apollo 17 in 1972.
Ukraine's leader dismissed talk that Donald Trump's presidency will damage U.S. backing for his nation and said he expects to receive the next slice of a $17.5 billion bailout within weeks, ac
Ninos Thabet has created miniature replicas of statues destroyed by militants when they overran the 3,000-year-old Assyrian city of Nimrud about two years ago in Erbil, Iraq on January 13. Thabet, 18-
Ozioma Ubabikoh Safi.ng, an online-based firm that will provide laundry services to Nigerians, has been launched. Chinook Capital, a Lagos-based technology-focused venture capital firm, incubated the
How can the ANC rebuke Maimane for romancing Israel when it’s done far worse? asks Azad Essa
Microsoft and local business leaders will be exploring ways to build technology that best supports African creators, as well as how companies can start breeding a data culture for success at NexTech A
Mértola is to host the 5th international conference on how to protect and get the most out of historic city centres. Specialists from various countries will debate and reflect on their own historic
The operators of the lottery business in Nigeria annually spend an average of N25bn to acquire, deploy and maintain appropriate technologies. Disclosing this in Lagos, the Managing Director and Chief
The joy of participants (Mavrodians) in MMM over the return of the scheme on January 13, a month after it froze their accounts, has turned out to be shortlived as they have been fed excuse after excus
His daughter Ivanka may be Donald Trump’s favorite child but the president-elect apparently doesn’t know her Twitter handle, mistaking her for a British woman from the seaside town of Brig
E-cigarettes may be a less harmful form of nicotine addiction than traditional cancer causing tobacco, but for one Idaho man his apparently healthier choice ended in a trip to the ICU.
The mother of two sisters who disappeared from Rhode Island in 1985 has been charged with abducting them after they were located in Houston.
The man accused of fatally shooting five people and wounding six others at a Florida airport has claimed his mind is controlled by the government and that he communicated with ISIS memb
Estonia and Lithuania have signed agreements with the US regulating the status and deployment framework of American soldiers and hardware on the territory of the two Baltics states. Rea
Esteban Santiago, the shooter who killed five people in the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on January 6, executed the attack on behalf of IS, according to a media report on Tuesday, S
Zdenka ?ebašek-Travnik, a former human rights ombudsman, has been elected president of the Medical Chamber, beating incumbent Andrej Možina in the second round of voting.
The ruling coalition indicated on Tuesday it would heed warnings over controversial changes to the aliens act and amend the government-sponsored bill accordingly, while the Council of Europe offered i
The Ministry of Education today said that the Mashramani float parade this year will travel along Brickdam to D’Urban Park as was the case last year.
Doctors Without Borders on Tuesday condemned an accidental air strike by the Nigerian military on a camp for people displaced by Boko Haram, saying it killed 52. “This large-scale attack on vuln
Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Department of State Service on Tuesday gave an account of its raid on the official residence of a judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Adeniyi Ademola, on October 7, 2016.
Prime Minister Miro Cerar has expressed the hope that parliament would pass the government-sponsored amendments to the aliens act in a form compliant with the international law, but said the bill coul