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Media reports nine Chinese killed at Africa mine

BANGUI, Central African Republic: Authorities from the Central African Republic have said that nine Chinese nationals were killed and two ...

Will Uganda's Anti-Gay Bill Resonate Across Africa

WASHINGTON - Human rights activists say Uganda's passage of an anti-homosexuality bill could be the impetus for similar far-reaching legislation ...

Kenyan Economists Say Newly-Arrived Ukrainian Wheat Could Ease Hunger

Nairobi, Kenya - Kenyan economists say newly-arrived wheat imports from Ukraine could help ease hunger in drought-stricken areas and bring ...

Cyclone Freddy Increases Health Risks in Southern African Countries

geneva - The World Health Organization warns that Cyclone Freddy, which left a trail of death and destruction across southern ...

Navies of India, Mozambique conduct joint surveillance of Exclusive Economic Zone

Maputo [Mozambique], March 23 (ANI): The navies of India and Mozambique conducted joint Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) surveillance off the ...

Saudi Arabia refuses 'easy money' to Pakistan

Riyadh [Saudi Arabia], March 22 (ANI): Saudi Arabia is no longer willing to bail out Islamabad and refused to provide ...

TB kills 75,000 children in Africa every year: how this can stop

Tuberculosis (TB) is a preventable and curable disease. Half of the world's 30 highest TB burden countries are in Africa. ...

Mitchell Starc withdraws from Men's Hundred player draft

London [UK], March 23 (ANI): Australian pacer Mitchell Starc will miss this year's Men's Hundred tournament, as he withdrew his ...

Malawi President Seeks More Support for Cyclone Victims

Blantyre, Malawi - Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera is appealing for additional humanitarian assistance for thousands of Malawians displaced by Cyclone ...

MP: Two male cheetahs released in free-ranging area in Kuno National Park

Sheopur (Madhya Pradesh) [India], March 23 (ANI): Two male coalition cheetahs identified as Elton and Freddie have been released in ...

US nominee for World Bank President Ajay Banga heads to India for final stop on global tour

Washington [US], March 23 (ANI): The US nominee for World Bank President Ajay Banga will visit New Delhi, India on ...

How the bottled water industry is masking the global water crisis

Bottled water is one of the world's most popular beverages, and its industry is making the most of it. Since ...

Kane Williamson closing on Marnus Labuschagne in ICC Test Rankings

Wellington [New Zealand], March 22 (ANI): Kane Williamson is on a journey to restore himself as the number one ICC ...

Pacific nation expresses concern at China port deal

Samoa has cautioned that Beijing's contract with Solomon Islands may ?morph into something else?The awarding of a contract to a ...

Activists Call on Uganda's Museveni Not to Sign Anti-Gay Bill

Kampala, Uganda - Gay rights supporters are denouncing Ugandan lawmakers for voting to criminalize anyone who publicly identifies as a ...

Ethiopian Authorities Remove Terrorist Label from Tigrayan Party

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Ethiopian lawmakers voted in a special session Wednesday to remove the terrorist designation given to the ...

Lovlina Borgohain beats Rady Gramane to enter semis at IBA Women's World Boxing Championships

New Delhi [India], March 22 (ANI): Continuing her rich vein of form, Lovlina Borgohain (75kg) added a third World Championships ...

Ex-US Marine accused of helping China was lured to Australia

Sydney [Australia], March 22 (ANI): Former US Marine charged with training Chinese pilots may have been 'lured' from China to ...

You filled our 'jholi' with happiness, an emotional Padma awardee tells PM Modi

New Delhi [India], March 22 (ANI): The Padma awards ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Wednesday saw some touching moments with ...

Marburg Virus Spreads in Tanzania, Health Officials on High Alert

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - Tanzania's Ministry of Health has confirmed five people died in a first-ever Marburg virus outbreak ...

"Divorced, widowed people should not give up hope": Dalljiet Kaur pens inspiring note after second marriage

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 22 (ANI): Actor Dalljiet Kaur, who recently got married for the second time, has penned a ...

Indian NGO asks UN to add more provisions, budget for people with disability

Geneva [Switzerland], March 22 (ANI): An Indian NGO, Samarthanam International has asked the United Nations to add more provisions and ...

No signs of Russian oil production cut Bloomberg

Moscow had planned to reduce output by 500,000 barrels per day in MarchShipments of Russian seaborne crude declined last week ...

Uganda passes strict anti-homosexuality law, to criminalise those identifying as LGBTQ

Kampala [Uganda], March 22 (ANI): Uganda has passed strict legislation for homosexual relationships in the country which criminalises anyone identifying ...

Xi, Putin vow to deepen strategic partnership in fruitful talks

© Provided by Xinhua MOSCOW, March 21 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on ...

Nigeria's Obi, Atiku Challenge Presidential Election Results

Abuja, Nigeria - Nigeria's two main opposition leaders on Tuesday filed petitions seeking to cancel results from last month's disputed ...

UN: School Meal Programs More than Just a Plate of Food

New York - Nearly 420 million children benefited from free school meals last year, a new World Food Program report ...

Court revokes citizenship of gay couple's son

Namibia's Supreme Court ruled that a violation of the Citizenship Act made it unconstitutional to grant ?citizenship by descent?The Supreme ...

Multiple agreements crown historic Putin-Xi meeting

Deals between Russia and China aim to promote trade and multipolarityRussian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese guest Xi Jinping ...

Bird-brained? Climate change may affect intelligence in birds

Large brains are a hallmark of human evolution. Brains allow us to make sense of the world and to successfully ...

Major League Cricket: Finch, Hasaranga, Stoinis among international signings in inaugural player draft

Texas [USA], March 21 (ANI): The draft for the inaugural season of the Major Cricket League (MLC) saw international cricket ...

WPL: All-round Capsey powers Delhi Capitals into final, UP Warriorz to take on MI in eliminator after five-wicket loss

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 21 (ANI): An all-round show by Alice Capsey and quick knocks from skipper Meg Lanning and ...

Picking Up The Pieces

Just months before the Taliban was ousted from power in 2001, the hard-line Islamist group took a wrecking ball to ...

South Africans Stay Home to Protest Lack of Jobs, Electricity

JOHANNESBURG - Many South Africans stayed home from work Monday after the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party called for a ...

Kenyan Police Defend Response to Cost-of-Living Protests

Nairobi, Kenya - Human rights advocates in Kenya are condemning what they call 'barbaric acts' by police in their response ...

Ethiopia Rejects US Accusation of War Crimes as Inflammatory

adis ababa, ethiopia - Ethiopia's government has rejected a U.S. assertion that all sides in the two-year Tigray war committed ...

Chinese debt trap hurdles Zambia's progress: Report

Zambia [Africa], March 21 (ANI): Zambia is facing an unsustainable debt burden, and debt servicing is leaving little room for ...

Kareena Kapoor Khan bids adieu to Africa with a scenic picture

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 21 (ANI): Actor Kareena Kapoor Khan, on Tuesday, bid adieu to Africa, with a scenic picture. ...

Golf Glance: Final WGC-Match Play draws elite field

Field Level Media's Golf Glance provides weekly news and storylines from each of the major North American golf tours. PGA ...

Namibian court revokes citizenship of gay couple's son

The Supreme Court ruled that a violation of the Citizenship Act made it unconstitutional to grant ?citizenship by descent?The Supreme ...

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Following kidnapping, Frenchmen, US worker released in Africa

NIAMEY, Niger: Four weeks after US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Niger, an American aid worker and a French ...

Media reports nine Chinese killed at Africa mine

BANGUI, Central African Republic: Authorities from the Central African Republic have said that nine Chinese nationals were killed and two ...

Will Uganda's Anti-Gay Bill Resonate Across Africa

WASHINGTON - Human rights activists say Uganda's passage of an anti-homosexuality bill could be the impetus for similar far-reaching legislation ...

Kenyan Economists Say Newly-Arrived Ukrainian Wheat Could Ease Hunger

Nairobi, Kenya - Kenyan economists say newly-arrived wheat imports from Ukraine could help ease hunger in drought-stricken areas and bring ...

Cyclone Freddy Increases Health Risks in Southern African Countries

geneva - The World Health Organization warns that Cyclone Freddy, which left a trail of death and destruction across southern ...

Navies of India, Mozambique conduct joint surveillance of Exclusive Economic Zone

Maputo [Mozambique], March 23 (ANI): The navies of India and Mozambique conducted joint Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) surveillance off the ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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