Mubarak ordered back to prison Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been ordered back to prison from military hospital. Mr Mubarak's retrial will open on 11 May, a Cairo appeals court says. More
African growth 'to outpace world' Sub-Saharan Africa's economic growth is set to outpace the global average over the next three years, according to the World Bank. Higher commodities, increasing investment and a general pick-up in the world economy should all boost the continent's growth to more than 5%. More
Rio 2016 Olympics The hitch in the transfer of funds is being blamed on currency conversions via various bank ... a marathoner from Ethiopia and five middle-distance runners from South Sudan. They were selected by the IOC from among 43 athletes nominated for the team. 10/14/2016 - 12:13 am | View Link
The political gridlock of Dr. Lam Akol and Dr. Riek Machar in South Sudan I don’t think there must be a successful politician in South Sudan politics if we don’t change gears and realize for sure without ... With big head/knowledge, and short sight of struggle, both doctors blamed Garang fighting the Khartoum for regime ... 09/28/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
UN says 300 South Sudan opposition supporters now in Congo Trump's campaign has blamed her for North Korea's latest nuclear weapons test Islamic State twin suicide bombings at Baghdad mall kill 12 (UPDATE) Twelve people were killed late on Friday in two suicide bombings claimed by Islamic State at a shopping mall ... 09/8/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Machar should not return to previous position in South Sudan Continuing instability and violence in the African country, which gained independence from Sudan in 2011, has angered US lawmakers. During the hearing, several US lawmakers called for international sanctions to be imposed on individuals blamed for the ... 09/7/2016 - 4:07 pm | View Link
Machar should not return to previous position in South Sudan -U.S. official Continuing instability and violence in the African country, which gained independence from Sudan in 2011, has angered U.S. lawmakers. Several called during the hearing for international sanctions to be imposed on individuals blamed for the ongoing violence. 09/7/2016 - 3:12 am | View Link
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A terracotta head added to a vandalized statue of baby Jesus in Canada has sparked ridicule, with some likening the replacement to Maggie Simpson.
A white stone statue of Mary and baby Jesus outside Ste. Anne des Pins Catholic church in Sudbury, northern Ontario, has been the victim of vandals for close to a decade.
The good news is that Africa has people who want to work. In fact, according to the International Monetary Fund, by 2035 the number of people reaching working age in Africa will exceed the number in the rest of the world combined. But Africa is not where the jobs are.
The long-awaited attack on the ISIS-held city of Mosul brings together a motley coalition of Iraqi military forces numbering roughly 80,000. The attack force reflects both Iraq's diversity and its divisions. Here's a rundown of the major players.
It’s been nearly a year since Mauricio Macri became President of Argentina, having led a coalition known as Cambiemos (Let’s change). This is a country with promise that has long been plagued by a weak economy, a history of default, isolation from international credit markets and contentious, backward-looking populist politics.