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Raila Odinga, ex-prime minister, to race against Uhuru Kenyatta in August under National Super Alliance coalition. [Read More]
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Decision to halt payments could lead to a complete power shutdown in Gaza, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis. [Read More]
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Relations may be tense between the neighbouring countries but some Eritreans are crossing the disputed border. [Read More]
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Doctors Without Borders is warning that an epidemic of Hepatitis E in Niger may get worse with the imminent rainy season. [Read More]
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Live every day at 15:00 GMT, our interactive news bulletin gives you the opportunity to engage with our team directly. [Read More]
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Dismayed with prospects for troubled young people, Faouzi Lellouche and his wife Farida built a school in a tower block. [Read More]
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A look at the country's ongoing protests against the government of President Maduro and the current political situation. [Read More]
All 78 personnel of Russian intelligence vessel rescued after collision with a Togo-flagged freighter. [Read More]
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Fifteen Russian soldiers missing, 78 crew evacuated after Russian intelligence vessel collides with freighter. [Read More]
Extradition of Kosovo's ex-PM - accused of war crimes by Serbia - blocked over fears he may not get a fair trial. [Read More]
Suspected Russian and Syrian air strikes bombard several districts in Idlib province, killing at least a dozen people. [Read More]
US, Mexico and Canada agree to renegotiate NAFTA - hours after rumours of new executive order to leave the trade pact. [Read More]
With Ramadan exactly one month away, the first day of fasting will be confirmed on the eve of May 27. [Read More]
A two-part investigation exploring the financial, political and ethical implications of performance-enhancing drugs. [Read More]
General strike held in solidarity with hunger striking prisoners as Fatah party calls for 'day of rage' on Friday. [Read More]
We explore systemic violence in Arizona, where six of the 24 Native Americans killed by police in 2016 died. [Read More]
Today in India, what you eat is who you have voted for. [Read More]
Diplomacy still the preferred option but military action also on the table, US senators are told at the White House. [Read More]
Fighters storm military camp close to heavily militarised Line of Control, killing three soldiers, Indian army says. [Read More]
Western media misrepresent voluntary child labour as slavery. [Read More]
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