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Alexei Navalny: US and EU demand ‘immediate release’ of Russian opposition leader

Written by on 18 January 2021

The United States and several European governments havedemanded the release of opposition politician Alexei Navalnyfrom Russian detention.Navalny was detained by police soon after his flight fromGermany landed in Moscow on Sunday.The 44-year-old activist was returning to the country fivemonths after he was almost killed in a nerve-agent attack heblamed on Russian authorities.President Vladimir Putin’s government […]

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Sudan’s Darfur region: ‘More than 48 killed’ in clashes

Written by on 18 January 2021

Clashes between different ethnic groups in Sudan’s WestDarfur state have left 48 people deadThe fighting in the state capital, El Geneina, began onSaturday after a row in which a man was stabbed to death.A state-wide curfew has been imposed and Prime MinisterAbdalla Hamdok has sent a delegation to investigate.A conflict in Darfur that began in […]

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Powerful Indonesia quake kills at least 34, topples buildings

Written by on 15 January 2021

A powerful earthquake rocked Indonesia’s Sulawesi island early Friday, killing at least 34 people, levelling a hospital and severely damaging other buildings. Authorities said hundreds more were injured when the 6.2-magnitude quake struck in the early hours, triggering panic among the terrified residents of the island, which was hit by a huge quake and tsunami […]

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President Museveni takes early lead in Ugandan election

Written by on 15 January 2021

Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has taken a significant early lead in the presidential race. According to preliminary results released by the electoral commission on Friday morning Museveni has garnered 1,536,205 votes (65.02 percent), while his main rival Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine, has 647,146 votes (27.39percent) from 8,310 polling stations. The country has […]

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COVID-19: Putin Says Russia To Start Mass Vaccinations Next Week

Written by on 14 January 2021

Russian President Vladimir Putin has tasked officials with launching mass coronavirus vaccinations from next week, touting Russia’s homemade jab as the world’s best. After being the first country to register a vaccine for use, Russia is looking to leap ahead of other countries in the race to inoculate its population of 146 million. Russia in […]

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US Reps impeach Trump over Capitol Hill invasion

Written by on 14 January 2021

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has been impeached just seven days to the inauguration of a new administration. With the development, Trump becomes the first US president to be impeached twice. The House of Representatives voted on Wednesday after a debate on the article of impeachment read by the Speaker, Nancy Pelosi. […]

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Three Ivorian UN Peacekeepers Killed In Mali Attack

Written by on 14 January 2021

The United Nations has said three Ivorian peacekeepers from the UN’s mission in Mali have been killed during an attack on a convoy near the centre of the war-torn Sahel state. The MINUSMA peacekeeping mission in a statement said that the convoy was travelling on a road linking the central town of Douentza to the […]

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Dr. Dre Accused Of Holding Gun To Wife’s Head

Written by on 13 January 2021

Dr. Dre who has been dealing with his marriage crash and his health has been newly accused of domestic violence by his wife, Nicole Young in a new divorce filing. According to court papers seen by newsmen Dre was accused of holding a gun to his wife’s head, punching her in the face, slamming her […]

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North Korea’s Kim pledges to strengthen nuclear arsenal

Written by on 13 January 2021

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has pledged to strengthen his country’s nuclear arsenal as he delivered his closing address to a top ruling party meeting, on Wednesday, days before Joe Biden takes office as US president. Kim is looking to grab the attention of the incoming Biden administration, analysts say, with his country more […]

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Greece Urges EU To Adopt Vaccine Certificate For Travel

Written by on 13 January 2021

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has urged the Eropean Union to adopt a standardised vaccination certificate to boost travel this year. Mitsotakis wrote to European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen in a letter released by his office that persons who have been vaccinated should be free to travel. Greece’s economy, which is heavily reliant […]

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