The World Health Organization warned Monday of a growing cholera risk in the makeshift refugee camps in Bangladesh where more than 435,000 Rohingya Muslims have sought shelter from unrest in Myanmar
The shooter, identified as Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, walked into Nashville's Burnette Chapel Church of Christ wearing a ski mask and opened fire, Metropolitan Nashville Police spokesman Don Aaron tol
Former U.S. President Barack Obama personally urged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to counter the rise of fake news on the social network during a meeting held shortly after last year's election, th
A Russian lieutenant general died in Deir Ez Zor in Syria in a munitions shootout by Islamic state militants, the Russian Ministry of Defense said.
"The senior commander of the Military Advocates Grou
Pep Guardiola has urged Manchester City’s free-scoring forwards to stay hungry for goals and says there are many ways in which the Premier League leaders can improve despite their ominous early-
Chief imam in the commercial hub of Lago since 2000, Sheikh Garba Akinola-Ibrahim died after a protracted illness
The US authorities have expanded the list of countries for whose citizens restrictions on access to US territory are introduced. Reports Sega.
A White House proclamation signed by President Donald Tr
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Most schools in Mexico City remained closed on Monday after last week's deadly earthquake, but children outside the capital were set to return to their classrooms, although aft
Nationalists lay out their plans after winning nearly 13% of the vote, weakening Chancellor Merkel.
Four children were among the seven people killed when a bakkie went into a dam in Maphumulo, on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast at the weekend.
A student took advantage of an “unclear” instruction by the lecturer to bring in everything he needed to pass a test on a large poster. When Professor Reb Beatty of Maryland’s Anne Arundel
ERBIL/SULAIMANIYA, Iraq (Reuters) - Voting began in northern Iraq on Monday in an independence referendum organized by Kurdish authorities, ignoring pressure from Baghdad, threats from neighboring Tur
Australia has announced it will create its own space agency to increase its share of the billion-dollar space economy.
Shin Shin gave birth at Tokyo's Ueno zoo on June 12, when Xiang Xiang weighed a fragile 100 grams and was tiny enough to fit into a human palm.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House intelligence panel will interview two of President Donald Trump’s associates behind closed doors this week as congressional committees step up their investigations i
Five shops were destroyed after a fire broke out at a shopping centre in Thohoyandou, Limpopo police said on Monday.
Dense hyacinth on the Hartbeespoort Dam proved to be more of an obstacle than two boaters had anticipated.
The 90-day travel ban, which covered Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, ran until Sunday. The 120-day refugee ban expires on Oct 24.
Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City’s devastating earthquake have dwindled to virtually nothing, nearly a week after the seismic jolt shook the mega-city, killing more than 300 peo
Afeez Hanafi The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, the state House of Assembly Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa, and the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, on Su
Adeniyi Olugbemi, Sokoto The Sokoto State Government has built 50 new secondary schools based on demands by their respective host communities, according to Dr. Jabbi Kilgori, the Commissioner for Basi
Samuel Awoyinfa and Tony Okafor As Nigeria marks 57th year of nationhood next week, Archbishop of Lagos Ecclesiastical Province (Anglican Communion), Dr. Michael Olusina Fape, and the Catholic Bishop
Angela Merkel has won a fourth term as German Chancellor, but with her party’s lead in parliament cut and the country facing a surge in support for the far right. Exit polls predicted the hard-right A
Leke Baiyewu, Abuja A former Majority Leader of the Senate, Ali Ndume, will resume from suspension on Tuesday as the National Assembly reconvenes after its two-month annual recess. Ndume’s resumption
French lorry drivers have organised blockades on roads and near fuel depots across the country in protest at President Emmanuel Macron's changes to labour laws.
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Monday denied allegations that National Treasury intends to use funds from the PIC to bail out ailing SOEs.
Some critics say Abe has risked creating a political vacuum at a time when geo-political tensions over N Korea are rising
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top Republicans are adding money to their staggering effort to repeal the Obama health care law and say they’re pushing toward a climactic Senate faceoff this week. Yet their
BEIJING (Reuters) - In his baseball cap and baggy yellow t-shirt, the rap star Li Yijie - better known by his stage name "Pissy" - is an unlikely face of China's strait-laced ruling Communist Party.
The labour department order took effect on Sunday as the government took up the cudgels for long-suffering shopping mall clerks, hotel receptionists and flight attendants.
More than 300 journalists attend the Media Co-operation Forum on the Belt And Road in China
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Nearly 17,000 flood insurance claims connected with Hurricane Irma have been filed, and more are expected in the coming weeks. The Sun-Sentinel reports that of 16,786 flo
NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Hurricane Irma mangled Florida’s national and state parks, turning places meant to be enjoyed into disaster zones that could take weeks or longer to reopen. South Florida Na