U.S. President Donald Trump raised the firing of his FBI director in a meeting with Russia’s foreign minister to explain why he had been unable to find areas of cooperation […]
Opposition calls for mass protests against Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila fell flat on Monday when only a handful of people showed up, undermining efforts to oust him […]
Even in Saudi Arabia, it was all about Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa May’s trip to the kingdom had a clear goal: bolster London as a financial center just as Brexit […]
The US military is deploying an additional 200 troops to Mosul to “advise and assist” Iraqi forces in their bid to retake the city, according to ABC, citing defense officials.
Russia’s Supreme Court has begun hearing a government request to outlaw the Jehovah’s Witnesses and declare it an extremist organisation.
A tale of two sentences, drafted in two different capitals, exposes the clear blue water between London and Brussels.
Thousands of EU laws on everything from workers’ rights to the environment are to be transferred into UK law as the country gears up for Brexit.
The ANC in the Eastern Cape which lost the Nelson Mandela Metro to the DA in recent local government elections has lost more than 50% of its membership in five […]
South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan plans to return home after President Jacob Zuma ordered him to pull out of a roadshow with investors and ratings agencies in London, heightening […]
Civil society organisations from all over the world confronted President Mugabe’s government last Thursday at the United Nations Human Rights Council and strongly objected to Zimbabwe’s human rights report which […]