MILITANTS in a volatile region of western Pakistan bombed a bus carrying women students yesterday and then seized part of the hospital where survivors were taken.
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California — President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping launched straight into discussing thorny issues at an informal summit and may delve deeper when they meet again on Saturday.
Oscar Pistorius’ lawyers demanded answers from SA police and prosecutors , after pictures of the bathroom and toilet where he shot and killed his girlfriend were leaked to a British television station.
KENYAN MPs have voted to raise their salaries in defiance of proposals to cut pay.
WASHINGTON — He may have been the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago.
France’s president has signed into law a controversial bill making the country the ninth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage.
Brussels — More than US$4bn has been pledged to help rebuild Mali, at an international donor conference.
Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang is expected in the country this week for an official visit, it has emerged
Ex-rebel fighters loyal to the new leader of CAR went on a rampage after toppling the former president.
At least five suicide bombers died in northern Mali in attacks aimed at Malian and Nigerien troops which failed to inflict serious casualties on their targets, a spokesman for Mali’s army said.