Sunday, February 25, 2018

World Report

Syrian refugees ‘at risk of being pushed to return’

Aid agencies have warned that hundreds of thousands of Syrians are at risk of being pushed to return in 2018, despite ongoing violence in...

Maldives army seals off parliament, arrests members of Parliament

The Maldives Supreme Court has hit back at President Abdulla Yameen's refusal to free his jailed opponents amid an escalating crisis that saw security...

Mexico intercepts 200 migrants hidden in cramped lorry

Nearly 200 undocumented migrants from Central America have been found hidden in a lorry without food or water in north-eastern Mexico. The men, women and...

Syria war: Turkey suffers deadliest day in Afrin offensive

The Turkish military has suffered the deadliest day in its offensive against Kurdish militias inside northern Syria, with seven soldiers killed. Five of the troops...

CHAN 2018: Sudan edge Libya on penalties to claim bronze

Sudan edged out Libya 4-2 via penalties to claim bronze in the third-place play-off match at the 2018 CAF African Nations Championship at Stade...

Nigerians make history as first African team to compete at Winter Olympics

Nigeria's women's bobsleigh team will make history in Pyeongchang this month as they become the first Nigerians - and the first African sled -...

US accuses Syria chemical weapons attack in East Ghouta

The United States has accused the Syrian government of using chemical weapons against its people. US State Department spokesman Heather Nauert said on Thursday that...

South Africa gold mine: All 955 trapped workers freed

All 955 workers from a gold mine in South Africa have been safely brought back to the surface. They had been trapped underground since a...

FBI clashes with white house over controversial Republican memo

The FBI has publicly challenged a push by Republican lawmakers to release a controversial memo which purports to show anti-Trump bias at the agency. "We...

Colombia suspends talks with ELN rebels over bomb attacks

Colombia’s government has suspended peace talks with ELN rebels, after a string of bombings killed seven police officers over the weekend. President Juan Manuel Santos...
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