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An armed gang killed at least 18 people in the northwest Nigerian state of Katsina, police and residents said on Wednesday, as unrest spreads across the region and into the president's home state.
A BBC manager has told colleagues she turned down promotion after finding out she would be paid £12,000 less than a man in the same role.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday, about an hour before a White House meeting with him, that Trump is engaged in a "cover-up."
A US jury has found that a former Uber driver living in Virginia committed acts of torture during Somalia's civil war in the late 1980s.
Inside a Chicago-area hospital, a baby fights for his life.
Anna Nimiriano Nunu Siya, Editor-in-Chief of Juba Monitor, a South Sudan based newspaper has been ranked 8th on 50 World’s Greatest Leaders for 2019.
A squash championship in northern Spain has sparked a debate about sexism in sport after female participants were awarded a vibrator, wax and a kit to remove foot calluses.
The White House has directed one of its former legal advisers not to testify to a congressional committee about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Egyptian police are inspecting the damage caused by the explosion of a tourist bus near the famous pyramids of Giza where 17 people were seriously injured on Sunday.
The Kenyan government has threatened to deport foreigners found to be running illegal betting businesses.
A helpless anger pervades the Dalit community in the remote Indian village of Kot.
Seven people have been confirmed dead and dozens more are missing after a boat capsized in western Uganda on Sunday.
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