Burundian army officer dies after questioning by secret service
Police claimed the man blew himself with a grenade.
Zimbabwe introduces bond notes to combat cash shortages
Zimbabwe replaced its worthless currency with the U.S. dollar in 2009.
Investigators confirm Tanzania debris is part of missing MH370
Flight MH370, with 239 people on board, disappeared without a trace on March 8, 2014.
Britain’s Libya intervention flawed, Cameron to blame – MPs
“They tell me that I am strong; but Tasha dear, daddy is hurting so bad.”
Former Israeli President Shimon Peres suffers stroke
The former Israeli leader is a Nobel Peace Price winner
U.S. flies bombers over South Korea in show of force
The demonstration is in response to North Korea’s most recent nuclear test.
Former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, resigns from parliament
Mr. Cameron resigned as prime minister in June after his failed campaign to persuade voters to remain in the EU.
South Africa’s Zuma repays state money in home renovation scandal
Mr. Zuma took out a home loan on standard terms to repay 7.8 million rand ($538,000).
Death toll from Tel Aviv building collapse rises to 5
Dozens of workers at the site were injured.
European MPs want FIFA to act against Israeli settlement clubs
“I am not asking FIFA to suspend Israel, we just want it to apply the rules.”
North Korea conducts fifth and largest nuclear test, drawing broad condemnation
China said it was resolutely opposed to the test and urged Pyongyang to stop taking any actions that would worsen the situation.
France demands recount of Gabon’s disputed presidential election results
France says the EU and the U.S. are supporting calls for detailed results to be published.
Dozens dead in multiple Syria blasts as ceasefire talks fail
“Those attacks are simultaneous and are definitely coordinated.”
Kenya passes long-awaited Access to Information Law
The bill was in the works for many years.
Turkish prosecutors issue 35 arrest warrants for journalists
Turkish authorities have also redoubled their crackdown on pro-Kurdish media since July 15.
More bodies located beneath rubble in Italy quake zone
The Civil Protection Department lowered the official death toll to 290.
Minister beaten to death by striking Bolivian miners
The minister was kidnapped before being beaten to death.
Massive rioting in Harare as protesters clash with police
Zimbabweans are calling for electoral reforms.