The global narcotics market is "thriving", with production of cocaine and opium substances soaring and opioids wreaking havoc, the UN crime and drugs agency said Thursday in a gloomy annual assessment
Brazilian President Michel Temer says he has built warm ties with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
The giant blaze broke out initially at Pedrogao Grande and spread to adjacent areas including Gois, Pampilhosa da Serra and Arganil.
"Because no one has introduced me to his legitimate successor," said the French president, who took office last month.
The magazine said it had seen documents showing that the intelligence service, the BND, had a list of some 4,000 so-called selector keywords for surveillance between 1998 and 2006.
A number of British tower blocks have combustible cladding, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday, citing the results of tests conducted after a fire killed at least 79 people in London.
European Union President Donald Tusk echoed rocker John Lennon's "Imagine" Thursday as he said he hoped Britain might still stay in the bloc.
South Africa's top court ruled on Thursday that the Speaker of Parliament can order a secret ballot for no-confidence motions, an outcome the opposition hopes would embolden ANC MPs to rebel and depos
South Africa's highest court says it is up to the speaker of parliament to decide whether a vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma can be done by secret ballot.
Although no date has been set for such a vote, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said the National Assembly speaker had the authority to order a secret ballot in a case brought by the country's oppositio
Twenty people were killed Thursday when a powerful car bomb struck a bank in Afghanistan's Lashkar Gah city as government employees were queuing to withdraw salaries, the latest bloody attack during t
Barely three months ago, Schulz, the new head of the Social Democratic Party (SPD), seemed to be the man most likely to topple Merkel, who is running for a fourth term.
Speaking ahead of an EU summit in Brussels where Prime Minister Theresa May was due to brief leaders on her Brexit plans, Tusk suggested the process could still be reversed.
Prince Philip, the 96-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II, left hospital on Thursday after two nights inside for treatment of an infection, Buckingham Palace said.
The main forest fires raging in Portugal since the weekend, which have killed more than 60 people, were brought under control on Thursday, the civil protection agency said.
Clashes erupted early on Thursday in Beni, a city in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with residents reporting the sound of gunshots and heavy weapons fire.
An Ikeja Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Thursday ordered the remand of a 19- year-old boy at the Kirikiri Prisons, Apapa for allegedly obstructing traffic, causing an accident and robbing the victims.
Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers has expressed worry that the gridlock being experienced by petroleum tankers and articulated vehicles on Apapa-Wharf Road may result to fuel scarcity
A Canadian soldier in Iraq has killed an ISIS militant from more than two miles away, shattering the world record for a confirmed sniper kill in military history.
The Western Cape Department of Agriculture wants assessment of the Philippi land while locals vow to protect it.
The family of missing Soshanguve teacher Philile Gumede have been living in anguish since she disappeared in April.
Speaker Baleka Mbete has indicated she did not have a problem allowing a secret ballot in the motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
Two countries remain in dispute over occupied Karabakh
Britain is testing the cladding on its tower blocks after the Grenfell blaze that killed at least 79 people.
City embarks on various small-scale augmentation schemes, which has water industry specialists weighing in on the matter.
Eniola Akinkuotu, Abuja A 68-year-old man, Mr. Deemua Increase, has been convicted by a Rivers State High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, for using forged documents to get himself enrolled on the Rive
LONDON (Reuters) - An estimated 600 buildings in England have cladding similar to that used at the Grenfell Tower block where a devastating blaze killed at least 79 people, a spokeswoman for Prime Min
Prince Philip, the 96-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II, left hospital on Thursday after two nights inside for treatment of an infection, Buckingham Palace said. The royal patriarch, who is to re
The work crew had been cutting grass at a public cemetery when the corrections officer who was guarding them collapsed in the heat.
Numbers have increased since hunting was banned after Nelson Mandela's prison was declared a museum.
The death of a fashion blogger reportedly hit by an exploding whipped cream canister is being investigated by French authorities.
LONDON - The head of the Church of England has said that the institution "colluded" with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one of ......
German prosecutors are investigating a teenager suspected of shooting from a toy gun at the King of Thailand who was cycling near Munich this month
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has vowed to investigate claims that untrained staff had been conducting post-mortems at Gauteng mortuaries.