Harare, Zimbabwe – Hope is fading by the day for 40 informal gold miners trapped in a collapsed mine in Zimbabwe for more than 48 hours ago after rescue operations
Turkish prosecutors have launched an investigation after the crew of a German frigate searched a Turkish commercial freighter.
Turkey has protested the November 22 incident on the Mediterranean Sea, insisting
Erbil, Kurdish region of northern Iraq – Rights groups and charities have raised questions over the United States military coordinates of civilian harm in Iraq and Syria released last week
Thousands of angry farmers have entered the capital, New Delhi after walking for hundreds of kilometres and battling their way through police blockades, tear gas and water cannon.
New Delhi, India – “I wouldn’t have ventured out from home until this pandemic is over,” says 50-year-old Ishrat Hussain. “But I’ve to feed my family.”
Hussain, a father of
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has again ruled out dialogue with the leaders of the defiant Tigray region during a meeting with three African Union special envoys.
Abiy told the
French President Emmanuel Macron was “very shocked” by images purporting to show a Black music producer being beaten up and racially abused by Paris police, BFM TV reported, quoting comments
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Nigeria has received a “priceless” terracotta head believed to be at least 600 years old which was smuggled to the Netherlands, the information minister said.
It was taken from the
Asian shares stalled near record highs on Friday as investors weighed renewed doubts about a highly-anticipated coronavirus vaccine against hopes that some of the region’s economies will recover quicker than