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Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry has survived an assassination attempt months after President Jovenel Moïse was killed by assassins in his residence. In an interview on Monday, he said that was targeted in the

Fallen US biotech star Elizabeth Holmes was convicted on Monday of defrauding investors in her blood-testing startup Theranos, in a high-profile case seen as an indictment of Silicon Valley culture. Holmes is a rare example of a

President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has provided the latest update on his health situation after he was taken to the Vila Nova Star hospital in the South of Sao Paulo on Monday. Recall that

South Africa said farewell on Saturday to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the last great hero of the struggle against apartheid, in a funeral stripped of pomp but freighted with glowing tributes and showered with rain. Tutu died last

President Joe Biden on Thursday warned his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin of a tough US response to any invasion of Ukraine, while the Kremlin leader said anti-Moscow sanctions would be a “colossal mistake.” After a 50-minute

Four Malian soldiers were killed and around a dozen others were wounded when they were attacked in the west of the county, the army said Thursday. Mali’s Armed Forces (FAMA) said the attack occurred

The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday condemned last week’s massacre in Myanmar of more than 30 people, including two Save the Children staff, that was blamed on junta troops. The killings took place

The parents of a 10-year-old girl in France are suing the authorities after their daughter received a Moderna Covid vaccine only allowed for adults over feared side effects, officials said Wednesday. “A complaint has

United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has appealed to countries across the globe to make recovery for people, the planet, and prosperity their resolution for 2022. He made the appeal in his New Year message,

The death toll from a shooting spree across multiple locations in Colorado, which ended when the gunman was himself shot dead, has risen to five, police said Tuesday. The trail of shooting began around

The Peruvian Government has reacted to the latest remix of ‘Peru’ Fireboy DML’s hit track. The remix which features Grammy award winner Ed Sheeran currently has over 7million views, four days after the video

France has ordered the closure of a mosque in the north of the country because of the radical nature of its imam’s preaching, regional authorities said on Tuesday. The mosque in Beauvais, a town

An Israeli airstrike hit Syria’s Latakia port on Tuesday, the second such attack on the key facility this month, according to Syrian state media. Since the outbreak of Syria’s civil war in 2011, Israel

Former US president Barack Obama, the nation’s first Black leader, on Sunday hailed late Archbishop Desmond Tutu as a towering figure and “moral compass” who fought against injustice in South Africa and elsewhere. Tutu,

Burkina Faso began two days of mourning on Sunday after 41 people died in the latest attack by suspected jihadists in the troubled and largely unprotected north. A bloody six-year-long jihadist campaign has claimed

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