Gunmen kill Ghanaian journalist who helped expose soccer corruption

Ahmed Husein was part of an investigative team whose exposé lead to the resignation of the Ghana Football Association head and bans on dozens of refs and ...

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Zanu-PF youths implicated in Monday’s violence

Despite the ruling Zanu-PF government blaming the opposition party MDC Alliance for Monday’s violent demonstrations, seven of its members have appeared in ...

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Theresa May seeks Brexit fix in talks with rivals

The UK prime minister hopes to have a new strategy to exit the EU by Monday

Sniffer dogs and bomb experts comb through Kenya attack site

No people remain trapped inside the hotel or surrounding office buildings after the assault, during which about 700 civilians were rescued, police say.

Shutdown is starting to hurt Trump’s financial deregulation agenda

Administration’s plans to ease bank rules, overhaul corporate governance and boost financial innovation have are delayed

ICC halts release of Ivory Coast’s Laurent Gbagbo

Prosecutors filed a challenge to keep pair behind bars while ICC considers an overall appeal against acquittal

UN rights chief decries ‘excessive force’ against Sudan protesters

Michelle Bachelet slams government’s ‘repressive response’ to daily antigovernment demonstrations which started in December

Manuel Chang’s arrest in SA sparks ‘biggest crisis’ in Mozambique’s Frelimo

Chang was Mozambique's finance minister between 2005 and 2015 under former president Armando Guebuza

Canada warns that spiraling diplomatic feud is tainting China’s reputation

Three Canadians are in detention in China — one with a death sentence — which is ‘not good for the image of corporate China in the world’

December inflation rises to more than 42% in Zimbabwe

But there are big price discrepancies depending on whether goods are paid for electronically or with banknotes, casting doubt on the official figure

19 people still missing after deadly Nairobi attack leaves 21 dead

Al-Shabaab says the attack is ‘a response to the witless remarks of US President, Donald Trump’ and that it is targeting ‘Western and Zionist interests ...

Theresa May survives no-confidence vote but Brexit still in crisis

The British prime minister’s focus now turns to trying to find a way through the Brexit quagmire

Mnangagwa breaks his silence, says he has no immediate plans to come back home

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says on Twitter violence will not improve the economy and build the nation

Rohingya exodus from India to Bangladesh hits 1,300

New Delhi faces sharp criticism for turning members of the persecuted minority over to Myanmar

One in three Christians in Asia faces persecution, report shows

Watchdog says 50-million Christians in China have encountered persecution, the worst it has been in more than a decade

ECB warns of Brexit damage to eurozone economy, again

Until now, ECB officials said they were confident Brexit would have minimal consequences beyond the financial sector and posed little immediate risk for the ...

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