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Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa says he was 'inches' from Bulawayo explosion Zimbabwe president 'inches' from explosion

Video footage from White City Stadium shows an explosion happening close to Mr Mnangagwa as he leaves the stage after addressing supporters


Women all set to legally drive cars in Saudi Arabia from June 24
Women all set to legally drive cars in Saudi Arabia from June 24

Saudi General Traffic Directorate last week started issuing licenses to women, after King Salman last year issued an order to allow women for driving


Clash leave 6 militants, 2 soldiers dead in Pakistan Clash leave 6 militants, 2 soldiers dead in Pakistan

Mohammad Khurasani, spokesman for Pakistani Taliban militants, claims his group attacked the troops in South Waziristan.


Corbyn: Labour government would quickly recognize Palestine Corbyn: Labour government would quickly recognize Palestine

Labour under Corbyn gained parliament seats, but narrowly lost to Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party in 2017 snap elections


Gaza officials: 20 Palestinians wounded at Israeli border 20 Palestinians wounded at Israeli border

The Islamic militant group Hamas that rules Gaza has led three months of protests that turned violent


Trump hosts victims of illegal migrants Trump hosts victims of illegal migrants

Trump has hosted the relatives of victims killed by illegal immigrants amid outrage over the separation of migrant families


Ex-S Korean premier Kim Jong-pil, spy agency founder, dies South Korea spy agency founder dies

Kim was declared dead on arrival at Seoul's Soonchunhyang University Hospital from his home on Saturday


6 killed in landslide in Myanmar’s northernmost state 6 killed in Myanmar landslide

The landslide occurs near Pantin Bridge, Maw-wan Ward on Friday as heavy rainfall inundated the ground


Trump says North Korea still 'extraordinary threat' N Korea still poses major threat – Trump

The move comes as the US and South Korea cancelled two more training exercises


Explosion at large Ethiopia rally for new PM Explosion at large Ethiopia rally for new PM

The explosion occurs shortly after Abiy finished speaking and was waving to the crowd


Hundreds of women march in Rio to demand legal abortion Hundreds of women march in Rio to demand legal abortion

The march follows a breakthrough for abortion supporters in neighboring Argentina, where the lower house of congress approved a bill this month


New Zealand leader to spend 3rd night in hospital with baby New Zealand leader to spend 3rd night in hospital with baby

Many hope the 37-year-old will become a role model for combining motherhood with political leadership


Brexit: Campaigners to demand new vote in London march Anti-Brexit march to demand new vote

The London march comes on the two year anniversary of the 2016 vote to leave


Iraqis fill the Mosul airwaves after IS radio silence Iraqis fill the Mosul airwaves after IS radio silence

One budding presenter is Nour Tai, who at 16 years old faces the microphone with a confident tone and a professional style


Musharraf resigns as APML chairman Musharraf resigns as APML chairman

Musharraf resigns from APML chairmanship, and also sends his resignation to the Election Commission of Pakistan


Fatal fight sets off anti-India protests, clashes in Kashmir Fatal fight sets off anti-India protests over Kashmir

India and Pakistan have fought two wars over Kashmir, which is divided between the neighbors but claimed by both in entirety


South Sudan peace deal attempt fails as Kiir rejects Machar South Sudan peace deal attempt fails

President Salva Kiir rejects working again with rival Riek Machar after their first face-to-face meeting in almost two years


Indonesian Islamic State cleric gets death sentence for Jakarta attack Indonesian cleric gets death sentence

The cleric, who had declared his support for the Islamic State (IS), is also the spiritual leader of a local extremist network


Italy to seize NGO rescue ships as migrant row deepens Italy to seize NGO ships amid migrant row

Two German NGO ships carrying migrants "will be seized" to determine their legal status


Migrant children: Pentagon asked to house migrant minors US military asked to house child migrants

The moves follow President Donald Trump's reversal of the controversial separation policy


US states sue Washington over immigrant separation US states sue Washington over immigrant separation

Nearly all of the arriving families, and many others, have officially requested asylum, citing the incessant violence in their home countries


Suu Kyi says outside hate narratives driving Myanmar tension Suu Kyi says outside hate narratives driving Myanmar tension

Suu Kyi makes the comment in a discussion with Christine Schraner Burgener, special envoy of the United Nations secretary-general for Myanmar


Melania wears 'I really don't care do u?' coat on migrant visit Melania wears 'I really don't care' coat

US President Donald Trump later tweeted that his wife's coat "refers to the Fake News Media"


EU tariffs on US goods come into force EU tariffs on US goods come into force

Tariffs have been imposed on products such as bourbon whiskey, motorcycles and orange juice


Israeli PM’s wife Sara Netanyahu charged with fraud Israeli PM’s wife charged with fraud

The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was charged with fraud and breach of trust Thursday…


US migrant battle moves to Congress US migrant battle moves to Congress

The House of Representatives will vote on broader immigration bills that would fund President Trump's proposed border wall and reduce legal migration


Yoga powerful unifying force in strife-torn world: PM Modi Yoga powerful unifying force in strife-torn world: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday performed Yoga with over 50,000 enthusiasts at the Forest Research Institute campus at Dehradun


Iraqi court endorses manual recount for May election Iraqi court endorses manual recount for May election

The court ruling on Thursday concerned a law passed by parliament after widespread allegations of fraud


Turkey's Erdogan seeks new term with greater powers Erdogan seeks new term with greater powers

The most powerful and polarizing leader in Turkish history, Erdogan, 64, is standing for re-election in a presidential vote on Sunday


Venezuela sends ‘coup plotters’ to jail Venezuela sends ‘coup plotters’ to jail

Maduro has ordered the release of more than 120 prisoners since the beginning of June


Bombay High Court refuses to grant relief to Zakir Naik India court refuses to grant relief to Zakir Naik

Naik is facing a probe by the NIA and the ED after his sermons on his Peace TV were cited as a reason by Bangladesh for an attack in Dhaka in 2016


Afghan official says Taliban kill 8 police Afghan official says Taliban kill 8 police

The Taliban have seized several districts across the country in recent years, and carry out near-daily attacks, mainly targeting security forces


New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern gives birth

New Zealand leader Jacinda gives birth

The 37-year-old has become just the second elected world leader in modern times gave birth while in office, after the late Pakistan PM Benazir Bhutto


PM Modi is not unmarried, he married me, says Jashodaben Modi not unmarried, he married me, says Jashodaben

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s estranged wife on Wednesday expresses her shock over Madhya Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel’s statement


Charlottesville organiser plans Washington DC rally Washington DC far-right rally planned

Jason Kessler's application for a "white civil rights rally" has been approved for 11-12 August by the National Park Service


US envoy Nikki Haley berates human rights groups US envoy Haley berates rights groups

In a letter, Ms Haley says groups worked "opposite the United States" and were partially to blame for the US withdrawal from the body


Medecins Sans Frontieres staff 'used local prostitutes' MSF aid workers 'used local prostitutes'

The use of prostitutes is banned by MSF under its strict code of conduct.


Hundreds wait at Indonesia lake as search for bodies resumes Indonesia ferry sinking: Hundreds wait for bodies resumes

Only 18 passengers were rescued and four confirmed dead since the overcrowded ferry sank early Monday evening in waters


Trudeau: Canada to legalize marijuana on October 17 Trudeau: Canada to legalize marijuana on October 17

Canadian marijuana stocks have rallied in anticipation of legalization and jumped again on Wednesday

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