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A report by U.S. Republicans on Monday revealed that a preponderance of evidence proved that the virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic from 2020 till date, leaked from a Chinese research facility. The report

Monsoon floods and landslides have cut off more than 300,000 people in villages across southeast Bangladesh and killed at least 20 people including six Rohingya refugees, officials said Friday. The region along the Bangladesh-Myanmar

Fifteen soldiers have been killed and six more are missing after a “terrorist” attack in southwest Niger, near the border with Burkina Faso, the defence ministry announced Sunday. The soldiers were first ambushed and

The Ocean Viking on Saturday rescued 196 migrants off Libya, the humanitarian ship’s operator said. It first picked up 57 people in an inflatable dinghy struggling in international waters off the North African country,

An Egyptian court on Thursday sentenced 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death for the killing of police officers in two separate cases, a judicial source said. The Damanhour Criminal Court, north of the capital

Flash floods caused by torrential rains claimed at least 40 lives in Afghanistan's mountainous eastern Nuristan province, officials confirmed on Thursday. Provincial Governor Hafiz Abdul Qayyum told Anadolu Agency the torrential floods in Mirdish

Eighteen migrant labourers sleeping on a highway in northern India after their bus broke down died when a truck rammed into the vehicle, police said Wednesday. At least 19 others were injured in the accident in

American actress, Issa Rae, has married her longtime boyfriend, Louis Diame, in a private wedding ceremony held in the South of France. Rae teasingly confirmed this on her Instagram page, as she shared pictures

Rwanda’s main genocide survivor group on Tuesday welcomed the extradition of a top fugitive to stand trial over the 1994 killings as a “step in the right direction” for justice. Prosecutors in Kigali said

Haitian police said Monday they had arrested the head of Jovenel Moise’s security as part of the ongoing investigation into the president’s July 7 assassination.  Security chief Jean Laguel Civil is suspected of involvement

Armed men on motorbikes killed 14 civilians in an attack on a village in western Niger, near the restive border with Mali, the government said on Monday. The attack on Sunday “targeted civilians, killing

At least 57 migrants drowned after their boat sank off Libya, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said Monday, the latest tragedy on the dangerous Mediterranean Sea crossing to Europe. “Horrified by yet another painful

President Joe Biden opened talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi on Monday saying relations were in a “new phase” that would include the end of US combat operations in the country. With Kadhemi

A man, Stephen Harmon, who ridiculed COVID-19 vaccines on his social media platforms has died from the disease.  The Californian passed on following a month of battle with the virus. Stephen was a critic

A man accused of trying to kill Mali’s military strongman Assimi Goita, the figure behind two coups in less than a year, has died in custody, the government said on Sunday. The suspect, whose identity

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