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Six Die In Private Plane Crash

Six people including two American missionaries were killed when a private airplane crashed southwest of Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince, local authorities said Saturday. The aircraft had taken off from the city's airport at 6:57 pm (2257...

Bill Cosby Released From Prison

US comedian Bill Cosby was freed from prison on Wednesday, in a blow to the #MeToo movement, after a US court overturned his conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman 15 years ago. The...

Court Sentences Ex-South African President Zuma To 15 Months Imprisonment

South Africa’s constitutional court on Tuesday, sentenced former president Jacob Zuma, to 15 months imprisonment for contempt of court after he failed to appear at a corruption inquiry earlier this year. Zuma failed to appear...

Over 2,000 People Get Fake COVID-19 Vaccine In Mumbai

The Indian police on Friday said that more than 2,000 people in Mumbai had been given fake COVID-19 vaccinations in unauthorised camps organised by fraudsters. Vishwas Nangre Patil, Mumbai joint commissioner of police, said the...

Israel Re-imposes Indoor Face Mask-wearing Obligation Amid New COVID-19 Outbreak

The Israeli Ministry of Health on Friday re-imposed the obligation to wear a face mask indoors amid new COVID-19 outbreak. Israel’s COVID-19 Project Manager, Nachman Ash,  at a media briefing said that the obligation will...

Zambia’s First President, Kenneth Kaunda, Is Dead

Zambia’s founding father, Kenneth Kaunda, has died aged 97. His death was officially announced in the country’s capital, Lusaka, on Thursday. READ ALSO: Woman Bags 6 Months Imprisonment For Burning Ex-Husband’s New Wife’s House Kaunda, also popularly known...

Myanmar’s Junta Burns Down Entire Village – Reports

At least two people were killed when Myanmar’s military junta set an entire village on fire, reducing it largely to rubble, according to reports and witnesses. The village of Kin Ma in the Pauk township...

Israel’s Parliament Ousts Netanyahu As Bennett Emerges New Prime Minister

A motley alliance of Israeli parties on Sunday ousted Benjamin Netanyahu, the country’s longest-serving prime minister, and formed a new government in a seismic shift in the country’s turbulent politics. Naftali Bennett, a right-wing Jewish...

UN Elects Ghana, 4 Others To Serve On Security Council

The 75th session of the UN General Assembly on Friday elected Ghana, Gabon, Albania, Brazil and United Arab Emirates (UAE) to serve as non-permanent members of the UN Security Council for the 2022-2023 term. According to...

7 Arrested After Paint, Smoke Grenades Found Near G7 Summit

Seven people were arrested after two vehicles travelling near the G7 summit were found to contain paint, smoke grenades and loud hailers, police said. Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed that officers carried out a vehicle...

Biden ‘Extremely Sympathetic’ In Harry Dunn Case – British PM

U.S. President Joe Biden is actively engaged and extremely sympathetic in the case of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn killed in an accident, UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has said. The leaders of the U.S. and...

G7 Summit Begins With Focus On Pandemic, Climate Change

Leaders of the Group of Major Industrialised Nations (G7) are meeting on Friday for a summit that is overshadowed by the Coronavirus pandemic. On the first day, leaders are due to discuss recovery from the...

Slap In The Face During Walkabout

France’s President Emmanuel Macron was on Tuesday dealt a slap in the face by a man among a crowd of onlookers, while on a walkabout in south-eastern France. In a swift response, the President’s security...

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