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Four Pupils Killed In Car Crash In Tanzania

Four pupils were killed on Monday when a vehicle ran over them in Tanzania’s north-west district of Nyang’hwale in Geita region, according to police.Henry Mwaibambe,

U.S Whistleblower Snowden Seeks Russian Citizenship With Pregnant Wife

U.S government contractor turned whistleblower, Edward Snowden, announced on Monday that he and his pregnant wife, also from the United States, were seeking Russian citizenship.The

Trump Blames Media As Coronavirus Cases Skyrocket

UNITED States (U.S.) President Donald Trump posted a slew of tweets yesterday, accusing the media of intentionally whipping up a frenzy over the rising Coronavirus

Alpha Conde Re-Elected For Third Term As Guinea President

Guinea’s President Alpha Conde won a disputed national election, the country’s electoral authority said Saturday, setting the stage for a controversial third term.The announcement followed

Angola Police Tear-Gas, Beat Up Protesters

Angolan anti-riot police, some mounted on horseback, fired teargas and beat up protesters as dozens took to the streets of the capital Luanda in anti-government

Obama Lambasts Trump, Says COVID-19 Response A ‘Screw’ Up

Former US President Barack Obama slammed Donald Trump’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic as he hit the campaign trail on Saturday for his former vice

Eight Children Killed In Cameroon School Attack - UN

At least eight children were killed Saturday and a dozen wounded in an attack on a school in Kumba, southwestern Cameroon, the United Nations said. An

18 Killed, 57 Wounded In ISIS Attack On Afghan Education Centre

A suicide bomber struck near an education centre in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 18 people in an attack claimed by

US Election: Trump Votes In Florida

President Donald Trump cast an early ballot Saturday in the US election as he geared for another grueling day of campaigning.Trump voted at a library

Zimbabwe Launches Dollar-Denominated Stock Exchange

Zimbabwe has launched a second stock exchange to trade solely in foreign currency, state media reported Saturday, in a move aimed at luring external investors