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Rwanda announces capture of rebel group leader

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KIGALI. — Rwanda has detained Callixte Nsabimana alias Sankara, who claims to be the head of Rwanda rebel group National Liberation Force (NLF), Rwanda...

Trump seeks to designate Muslim Brotherhood a terror group: NYT

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WASHINGTON. – The Trump administration is reportedly seeking to issue an order that would designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a “foreign terrorist organisation”, the...

JUST IN: SA pledges three bridges

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Sydney Kawadza Mash West Bureau ChiefThe South African government has pledged to rebuild three bridges in areas ravaged by Cyclone Idai in March this...

Venezuela’s Guaidó accused of coup attempt by government

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BBC NEWS Venezuelan authorities say they are putting down a small coup attempt after opposition leader Juan Guaidó announced he was in the “final phase”...

Sri Lanka bans face veils following Easter bombings

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COLOMBO. – Sri Lanka has imposed a ban on women wearing face coverings in public in the wake of the Easter Sunday terror atrocities. The ruling...

Britons opt for non-EU holidays in face of Brexit impasse: Thomas Cook

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LONDON. – British holidaymakers are favouring destinations outside the European Union after repeated delays to Brexit discouraged travelers from booking early and prompted them to...

Voting proceeds in India’s election as fourth round begins

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NEW DELHI. – Billionaires and Bollywood stars took their turn with Mumbai’s slum dwellers on Monday to vote in India’s marathon election as Prime...

S. Sudan says its oil is flowing freely despite port strike

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PORT SUDAN. – South Sudan’s oil minister said on Monday that the country’s oil was flowing smoothly and problems with importing chemicals for drilling,...

S. Sudan rebel group says no return to war

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JUBA. — South Sudan’s main rebel group Sudan People’s Liberation Army-in Opposition (SPLA-IO) said Monday that they have no intention to return to war...

Tanzania not to ban use of artificial nails, eyelashes: minister

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DAR ES SALAAM. — Tanzanian authorities said on Monday they will not impose a ban on the use of artificial nails and eyelashes after...
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