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H&M hires a ‘DIVERSITY leader’ after racist ad image featuring a black boy wearing...

H&M says it has appointed a 'diversity leader' after having been accused of racism over an ad showing a black boy dressed in a...

Facebook selfie helps convict killer who strangled her best friend

A selfie helped convict a killer who strangled her best friend to death - because it shows her wearing the belt she used in...

Trump: Obamacare is dead

President Donald Trump declared Monday that his predecessor Barack Obama’s signature reform and expansion of the US health insurance system is defunct, after he...

PHOTO: Netherlands Prime Minister rides bicycle to Royal Palace

A photo of a cycling Netherlands Prime Minister has gone viral on the Internet. Mark Rutte, who has led Netherlands since 2010, rode on his...

Liberia to hold Weah, Boakai runoff for presidency

Liberia’s electoral commission announced Sunday that a runoff vote for the presidency will be held between former footballer George Weah and incumbent Vice-President Joseph...

Weah, Boakai ahead in Liberia election partial results

Liberian presidential candidates George Weah and Vice-President Joseph Boakai dominated partial tallies released by the country’s electoral commission on Thursday, but the results showed...

California to allow autonomous cars without driver

California officials Wednesday unveiled new regulations that would allow autonomous vehicles to operate on state roads in test projects without a human operator. A revised...

Man stabs employer six times for refusing to pay September salary

A 30-year-old Mumbai man, Mosses Cardoza, is in police custody for stabbing his employer six times with a sickle for not paying his salary. Cardoza...

White House a ‘daycare centre’, senator lambasts Trump

US President Donald Trump and Republican senator Bob Corker engaged in an extraordinarily pointed back-and-forth on Sunday, with Trump saying the senator lacked “guts”...

Canadian doctors assist 2,000 to die

Nearly 2,000 people with incurable diseases were helped to die by Canadian doctors in the first year since the country legalised medically-assisted suicide. From the...

Spain’s king denounces Catalan independence bid

Spain’s King Felipe VI intervened dramatically Tuesday in the crisis over Catalan leaders’ bid for independence, accusing them of threatening the country’s stability and...

Meet Jonathan Smith, the man who saved 30 people during Las Vegas massacre before...

Jonathan Smith was in Las Vegas celebrating his brother's 43rd birthday when the gunman Stephen Paddock, 64, opened fire on concertgoers from his suite at...

Police seal off 1,300 polling stations in Catalonia, resistance continues

Police in Catalonia had already sealed over half of the 2,315 polling stations in the region mid-Saturday to stop an independence referendum from taking...

World’s richest woman is dead

L’Oreal heiress, Liliane Bettencourt, the world’s richest woman is dead. Bettencourt passed away in the early hours of Thursday after suffering from dementia at her...

Six die in Libya migrant hub clashes

At least six fighters have been killed and 48 wounded in four days of clashes between rival armed groups in Sabratha, a hub for...

Fear, As Hurricane Rolls Fiercely toward USA Again, May Wipe Out Rico, Others

Another Hurricane, Irma, regarded as one of the strongest storms ever seen in the Atlantic, is set to hit the United States at a...

Obama Slam Trump’s “Cruel” Decision To Deport 800,000 Migrant Children (Full Statement)

President Donald Trump has prompted anguish for about 800,000 people brought illegally to the US as children by deciding to end a program shielding...

Kate Middleton pregnant with third child, suffering from severe morning sickness

  Kate Middleton, Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge, and husband Prince William are expecting a third child, a statement from Kensington Palace disclosed on Monday. “Their royal...

North Korea nuclear test rocks parts of China

North Korea’s nuclear test Sunday was widely felt in northeast China and rocked some cities for as long as eight seconds, according to reports...

Petrol shortage hits America, fuel prices go up

United States has been hit by petrol or gasoline shortage as the effect of Tropical Storm Harvey and the flood it brought to Texas...

Another Nigerian Killed By South African Police

Kingsley Ikeri, a businessman from Imo state, has been killed in Vryheid town in Kwazulu Natal province, according to to the Nigeria union in...

Kenya Supreme Court annuls election of President Kenyatta

Kenya’s Supreme Court has nullified the result of the August 8 presidential election won by President Uhuru Kenyatta. In a ruling on Friday, the court...

93-year-old widow donates $22m to zoo

A 93-year-old widow from the United States has donated $22 million to the zoo in Cologne, Germany, saying she wanted to give back to...

Suicide bomber kills five in Kabul bank blast

A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a bank in the Afghan capital Kabul Tuesday, days ahead of the Eid holiday, killing five people...

Trump: There’s never been anything like it’

US President Donald Trump warned Monday that Texas faces a "long and difficult road" to recovery after floods triggered by an unprecedented rainstorm, saying...

Spanish police smashes Nigerian prostitution ring

About 24 members of a suspected prostitution ring making money out of young Nigerian women have been arrested by Spanish and Finnish police, with...

US comedy legend Jerry Lewis dies at 91

Veteran American entertainer Jerry Lewis, whose slapstick comedies like “The Nutty Professor” endeared him to millions, died on Sunday aged 91, Variety reported. One of...

Indian police hunt for Nigerian in N8.06m internet love scam

Indian authorities have begun the hunt for a Nigerian national and four others for allegedly duping a female teacher of Rs 14.25 lakh (about...

Pistorius’ prosecutor takes-up case against Mrs Mugabe

South African Oscar Pistorius’ prosecutor, Mr. Gerrie Nel, has offered legal services to Gabriella Engels, a 20-year-old model, allegedly assaulted by Zimbabwe’s First Lady...

Man ties teacher to tree, rapes her all night

32-year-old Bonface Nyambiya was brought before a Hwange Magistrates’ court in Zimbabwe for allegedly kidnapping and raping a school teacher. A school teacher (name withheld)...

Nigerian ‘strangled to death by South African policemen’

The Nigerian Union in South Africa on Thursday said Uchena Eloh had been killed by policemen in the Western Cape Province of the country. Kanayo...

Boy rapes five-year-old sister while playing hide and seek

A 13-year-old boy appeared before a Brighton court for raping his half- sister while they played hide and seek game then bribed her with a...

Trump sacks Ogunlesi, Nigerian adviser

Adebayo Ogunlesi, a Nigerian businessman based in the US, is among the advisers of US President Donald Trump affected by the dissolution of two business...

Stuntwoman dies in motorcycle crash on set of Deadpool 2

A Brooklyn stuntwoman, identified as Joi Harris, was killed in a motorcycle accident during stunt on the set of Deadpool 2 in Vancouver, Canada. Harris,...

Wife of president allegedly attacks, beats up son’s girlfriend

Grace Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s First Lady, has allegedly beaten up a girl who lives with her son at a hotel in Mzansi. The woman named...

Rush for bunkers in US, Japan over North Korea threats

More Americans and Japanese are paying for underground bunkers and bomb shelters  amid the growing tensions between USA  and North Korea,  US media have...

US approves 15,000 visas for temporary workers

The US government is going to issue 15,000 visas to temporary seasonal workers to provide labour for American businesses. In a statement issued on Monday,...

Naruto Monkey sues man who took his photograph

The photographer behind the now-infamous ‘monkey-selfie’ claims he has been left penniless after being sued by the primate in the photograph. British photographer David...

Trump to Putin: It’s an honour to be with you

US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin held their first face-to-face meeting Friday at the G20 summit in Hamburg, with a possibly...

Fans Bullies Ed Sheeran Off Twitter

British singer, Ed Sheeran, has been bullied out of popular social networking site, Twitter by trolls. The ‘Galway girl’ crooner said that the amount...

Trump offers to help Baby Charlie Gard

U.S. President Donald Trump offered help to a terminally ill-Baby Charle Gard in the United Kingdom in a Twitter post on Monday after his...

Trump: Patience with North Korea is over

President Donald Trump declared that the US had run out of patience with North Korea over its nuclear drive Friday as he welcomed South...

Top British singers release song for Grenfell Tower victims

Some of the big names in the British music scene, including rock band THE WHO and singers such as Stormzy and Robbie Williams, have  released...

Uber Chief Executive, Kalanick resigns

Chief Executive of Uber Travis Kalanick has resigned following pressure from shareholders and investors that he should step aside However, Mr Kalanick will remain on...

Saudi sacks Crown Prince

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef has been relieved of his post and replaced by Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Reuters reports that a...

Breaking: US student freed by North Korea in a coma has died at 22

Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma last week, died Monday afternoon. He was 22. The...

Finsbury Park attack being handled as a terror attack, suspect identified as Darren Osborn

It was shortly after midnight close to Muslim Welfare House on Seven Sisters Road, which is also a community center. Several people were injured as...

Trump under investigation for obstruction of justice

Special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the investigation into Russian election meddling, is probing possible obstruction of justice by US President Donald Trump,...

White House now a crime scene

The American White House, the seat of power, which was revered as a symbol of leadership, democracy and power was now being regarded as...

ICC orders immediate arrest of Gaddafi’s son

The International Criminal Court chief’s prosecutor Wednesday called for the “immediate arrest and surrender” of Moamer Kadhafi’s son Seif al-Islam, who was reportedly set...

50 in hospital, after London’s Grenfell tower fire

The fire that engulfed the 27-storey Grenfell Tower in central London on Wednesday, killed some people and injured at least 50 more. The dead were trapped...

Ethiopia launches Online visa for 39 countries

Ethiopia government has launched an Online Entry Visa Application and Issuance (E-Visa) for citizens of 39 countries. Ethiopian Airlines said that the policy was launched...

Mary J Blige to pay ex-husband $30k per month in spousal support

A court has ordered  American singer and songwriter , Mary J Blige, to pay her ex-husband temporary spousal support of $30,000 per month. According to...

British PM loses majority, faces pressure to resign

British Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to resign on Friday after losing her parliamentary majority, plunging the country into uncertainty as Brexit...

Comey gives damning testimony against Trump

Former FBI director James Comey has accused President Donald Trump of firing him to undermine FBI’s investigation into possible collusion by his campaign team...

Beauty queen dies in auto crash, four days after winning pageant

Rattana Ramchatu, who had won the Miss Grand Uthai Thani 2017–a local pageant in Bangkok, had died on June 1, just four days after...

Muhammad Ali’s son cries for help

The late world boxer, Muhammad Ali's only biological son, Muhammad Ali Jnr, has said that he is broke and facing homelessness just a year after...

Mugabe 93, begins nationwide election campaign

Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe, has launched a nationwide 10-venue speaking tour aimed at getting support ahead of elections next year when he plans to...

Bill Cosby’s trial to begin Monday

America’s most famous comedian, Bill Cosby will stand trial on Monday 5 June on charges of aggravated indecent assault brought by Andrea Constand, a...

US visa applicants social media handles requested

The United States has begun asking some would-be visitors applying for visas to provide their identities on social media, among other more vigorous screening...

Dubai police introduce Robotic Police

After introducing fast cars in Lamborghinis and Ferraris to patrol roads, Dubai police have enrolled a robotic officer, the first in a unit that...

I’ll be honoured to meet North Korean leader, Kim – Trump

US President Donald Trump on Monday said he would not rule out meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, saying he would be “honoured to...

Eminem takes New Zealand political party to court

Rapper Eminem launched court action against New Zealand’s ruling political party on Monday, accusing it of using an unlicensed version of his hit “Lose...

King Joshua knocks out Klitschko, retains title

British-Nigerian born Anthony Joshua defeated veteran Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko in a world heavyweight title fight epic at Wembley on Saturday, taking victory on an...

Ugandan woman,37, sets world record with 38 kids

A 37-year-old Ugandan woman, living in Kabimbiri village, Mukono District, outside of Kampala,  has made world record for having 38 children. According to the Daily...

Obama to make first major public appearance in Chicago

Former U.S. President Barack Obama, alongside his wife Michele, will on  Monday make his first major appearance since leaving office, in  Chicago, the city...

North Korea arrest three U.S citizens

A US citizen has been arrested as he tried to fly out of North Korea, becoming the third American to be detained there, South...

S/African court denies Pastor Tim Omotoso bail

South Africa Magistrate’s Court has denied a Pastor Tim Omotosho, a Nigerian, bail who was arraigned for alleged sexually abusing 30 female members of...

France Election: Le Pen wants Islamist mosques closed

The far-right candidate in Sunday’s presidential election in France, Marine Le Pen, has demanded the closure of all Islamist mosques following a deadly attack...