WINDHOEK- A Mozambique Airlines plane en route to Angola crashed in a game park in northeast Namibia, killing all 33 people on board, Namibian police said
Vatican City, Rome — His actions have touched many across the world and revitalised the Catholic church.
NIGERIA troops killed 74 members of Boko Haram in an air and ground assault, the military has said
Germany is to send its top intelligence chiefs to Washington to “push forward” an investigation into allegations the US spied on its leader Angela Merkel.
EGYPTIAN diplomat and former United Nations Secretary-General, Boutros Boutros-Ghali once described The Hague as the, “Legal capital of the world.”
A new feature allowing Facebook users to edit their status updates may result in “stitch-ups”, an expert has warned.
Rihanna won a permanent ban on Topshop selling T-shirts using her image — and an order that Philip Green’s high street fashion chain must pay her estimated legal costs of almost £1 million.
GREECE’S austerity drive has cost public sector workers a privilege they have enjoyed for more than two decades — six extra days of paid holiday every year if they use a computer.
MOGADISHU — A car bomb and suspected suicide bomber struck a restaurant in the Somali capital Mogadishu yesterday, killing at least 15 people,
UNITED NATIONS experts left Syria on Saturday after investigating a poison gas attack that killed hundreds of civilians, and the United States said it was planning a limited response to punish Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad for the “brutal and flagrant” assault.