White Zimbabwean farmers dispute $134m compensation payments

Evicted farmers say they’ve received nothing but Harare claims it paid them millions, as Mugabe threaten the country’s remaining white farmers

Trump eyes Wall Street man as communications chief

He is also overhauling his legal team, seeking to limit or undercut the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller’s into collusion with Russia

Fading hopes of finding a cure to HIV is changing the focus of AIDS research

Today’s research is about finding ways to keep the HIV/AIDS virus dormant with as few drugs and side-effects as possible

Judge refuses to revisit Trump’s sanctuary cities order

The order, which threatens federal funding to so-called sanctuary cities that give harbour to immigrants, is likely to succeed in being proved unconstitutional

Americans barred from travelling to North Korea

Tour operators are notified of the ban by the Swedish embassy in Pyongyang, acting on the US’s behalf

Tanzania threatens to close down all gold mines

AngloGold Ashanti is among the companies seeking international arbitration in a tax dispute

Time runs out for rare inter-Korean talks after North remains silent

South’s defence military has conceded that it is ‘practically’ impossible for a meeting to take place as long as Pyongyang fails to respond ...

North Korea’s growth spurt is thanks in part to missile tests

Its southern neighbour estimates economic growth in the North in 2016 was the fastest this century — but that is not benefiting ordinary North Koreans ...

US is pursuing the man who destroyed SA’s rock lobster population

Arnold Bengis paid only a fraction of a $21m restitution agreement, and now the US is trying to extradite him from Israel

Senate’s top Democrat finds Trump’s pardon plan ‘extremely disturbing’

Senator Mark Warner reacts to a Washington Post article that said the president was asking ‘about his power to pardon aides’ in connection to the Russia ...

IMF gives in-principle approval for Greek loan

International Monetary Fund will not make any money available until it has received ‘specific and credible assurances’ from the country’s ...

AIDS treatment winning as deaths almost halve since 2005

Eastern and southern Africa are leading the way, reducing new HIV infections by nearly 30% since 2010, says Unaids agency

Defiant memorial for Chinese Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo

Supporters of the late democracy activist say they have been barred from leaving their homes or organising commemorative events

Gunmen in Ivory Coast loot base of rapid response unit

The raid is the latest outburst of violence after months of military mutinies

Jobless claims show US still creating jobs

Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fall to the lowest level since February

Prince arrested over Saudi assault

Saudi Arabian police say King Salman ordered the arrest to show ‘no one is above the law’

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