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Wikileaks Founder Assange Loses Ecuadorian Citizenship

A court has revoked Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s Ecuadorian citizenship. Administrative errors were made when citizenship was granted to Australian-born Assange in 2017, newspaper El Comercio reported Tuesday, citing an administrative court in Ecuador’s capital...

Lebanon Names Billionaire Businessman PM To Tackle Economic Woes

Following consultations with the various parliamentary blocs on Monday, Lebanese President, Michel Aoun, designated a new premier to deal with the country’s economic hardships, the presidential palace said. Najib Mikati, 66, a billionaire businessman who...

Vaccinated White House Official Tests Positive For COVID

A vaccinated White House official has tested positive for COVID-19, a spokeswoman said Tuesday, adding that the person had not had contact with President Joe Biden or other top-level staff. “I want to confirm that...

Russia Expresses Commitment To Resuscitation Of Ajaokuta Steel Coylll

Russia has restated its commitment to the resuscitation of Nigeria’s Ajaokuta Steel Company. The Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Vershinin, disclosed this at a ceremony to receive copies D’Usage of his letters of...

South Africa Deploys Soldiers Amid Protests Against Zuma’s Sentence

The South African government said on Monday it was deploying soldiers in two provinces immediately as violent protests continued in response to the jailing of the former president. The government had also established a political...

U.S. Blacklists 34 Entities, Including 23 From China, 6 Russia

The U.S. blacklists 34 foreign entities, including 23 from China in connection to the situation in Xinjiang and six from Russia for purchase of military electronic components. This is according to the Commerce Department ruling...

17 Injured After Train Crashes Into River

On the last day of school before the holidays, a train with dozens of children and teenagers on board derailed and plunged into a river in Austria. According to the rescue commander, Anton Schilcher, 17...

15 Colombians, 2 Haitian Americans arrested over assassination of Haitian president

Haitian police arrested 15 Colombians and two Haitian Americans suspected in connection with the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, officials announced late Thursday. At least 28 people participated in the murder of the Haitian...

Former South African President Zuma Begins Prison Sentence

South Africa’s former president, Jacob Zuma, will on Thursday begin a court-ordered prison sentence in spite of days of protests by his supporters. The 79-year-old had long tried to resist, and veterans’ associations supporting him...

Exiled Turkish Journalist Critical Of Erdogan Attacked In Berlin

A Turkish journalist, critical of the government in his own country and who lives in exile in Germany has been attacked at his home in Berlin, police reported on Thursday. Erk Acarer was injured when...

Trump Sues Facebook, Twitter, Google

Former US President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday he is filing a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter and Google, escalating his years-long free speech battle with tech giants who he argues have wrongfully censored...

Zuma, Ex-South African President, Finally In Police Net

Former President Jacob Zuma of South Africa is currently in police custody. The Constitutional Court, the nation’s highest judicial body, had sentenced Zuma to 15 months in prison for failing to appear before a commission...

Biden Condemns Assassination Of Haitian President, Says Situation Is ‘Worrisome’

The U.S. President, Joe Biden, has condemned the “heinous’’ assassination of Haitian President, Jovenel Moise and offered Washington’s support to the crisis-torn Caribbean island. “We are shocked and saddened to hear of the horrific assassination...

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