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Second Rwandan Genocide Fugitive Confirmed Dead

One of the last remaining fugitives sought by a UN tribunal over his alleged key role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide has been confirmed dead. Hence, the case against him has been closed, UN war...

EU Commission Grants Ukraine Additional €9bn Loan

European Commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, on Wednesday proposed to provide Ukraine with another 9 billion euros (9.5 billion dollars ) in loans until the end of 2022. “We will continue to be by...

Mexico’s 100,000 ‘Disappeared’ Is A Tragedy- UN Official

The news that more than 100,000 people in Mexico are now officially registered as “disappeared” is a tragedy, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms Michelle Bachelet, has said. A national database had listed all...

Biden Appoints 1st Black Woman White House Press Secretary

U.S. President Joe Biden, on Thursday, announced Karine Jean-Pierre as White House Press Secretary, making history as the first Black woman to hold the post. Jean-Pierre, 44-year-old daughter of Haitian immigrants, will replace Jen Psaki,...

Russian Talk Of World War III ‘Very Dangerous’ – U.S.

U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin expressed sharp criticism, on Tuesday, of a warning from Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov regarding a pending World War III and the possible use of nuclear weapons. “You’ve heard us say...

Iranian Attempts To Kill Pompeo, U.S. Officials Are ‘Real’ – Blinken

Iran’s attempts to assassinate former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are real and ongoing, his successor, Antony Blinken, told Congress on Tuesday. Testifying before a Senate panel, Blinken acknowledged details made public last month in...

Police Use Water Cannon To End fan celebration

Police used water cannon on Sunday to break up rowdy football fans celebrating FC Magdeburg’s move into Germany’s second league. Magdeburg on Sunday sealed the side’s return to the second level of the Bundesliga three...

France’s Macron Beats Le Pen To Win 2nd Term

French President Emmanuel Macron defeated his far-right rival Marine Le Pen on Sunday by a comfortable margin, securing a second term and heading off what would have been a political earthquake. Cheers of joy erupted...

U.S. Unveils New Round Of Sanctions Against Russia

The U.S. Treasury on Wednesday announced a new round of sanctions against Russia, singling out entities and individuals involved in attempts to evade previous sanctions imposed by the U.S. and its allies. “Today, the U.S....

British Court Approves Extradition Of Julian Assange To U.S.

Britain’s Westminster Magistrate’s Court issued a formal order on Wednesday to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States to face espionage charges. The decision on whether to approve the extradition now rests with...

Staff At Pharmaceutical Firm GSK Opt For Industrial Action Over Pa

British workers, Unite, at pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) have voted for industrial action in a dispute over pay. Unite said its members recorded an 86 per cent vote in favour of industrial action in response...

Canada Imposes Sanctions On Putin’s Daughters

Canada announced on Tuesday that it would place sanctions on 14 associates of the Russian government, including President Vladimir Putin’s two daughters. Mélanie Joly, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that they...

War In Ukraine Pushing Poverty Higher —World Bank

World Bank Group President, David Malpass has expressed concern over higher poverty rates in developing countries due to war in Ukraine and COVID-19 related shutdown. A statement issued on Monday by the Bank quoted Malpass...

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