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U.S. to replace travel ban with targeted restrictions – Report

Trump’s travel ban faced a series of legal challenges that are to be heard by the Supreme Court in October.

Omar Al-Bashir, Sudan President

Three killed in protests against President Al-Bashir’s visit to IDP camp

The Sudanese authorities accuse the majority of Kalma IDPs of being loyal to the Sudan Liberation Movement.

African migrants stranded on a boat coming from Libya wait for rescue services, near Sfax, on the Tunisian coast, on June 4, 2011. Between 200 and 270 migrants fleeing the conflict in neighbouring Libya went missing on June 2 off of Tunisia, while nearly 600 others were rescued alive after their boat capsized. AFP PHOTO / HAFIDH (Photo credit should read HAFIDH/AFP)

100 migrants missing two days after boat sank off Libya

Libya has descended into chaos since the 2011 revolt that toppled long-time dictator Moamer Gaddafi.


Syrian opposition activist, daughter murdered in Istanbul

The victim was also critical of opposition groups.

Four Civilians Killed by US Airstrikes in Syria's Deir Ezzor

Israeli jets hit Hezbollah arms depots in Damascus, monitor says

The rocket strikes overnight caused damage to the sites and sparked a fire.

Leopard [Photo Credit: Leopard | African Wildlife Foundation]

Leopard attacks zookeeper in Eastern Germany

The zookeeper has 29 years experience in wild cats care.

Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s Harare International Airport to be named after Mugabe

This would be the second time in post-independent Zimbabwe that an airport has been named after a person.

Mali on map [Photo Credit: Operation World]

Mali Insecurity keeps over 150,000 children out of school

“The denial of their right to education has reached a crisis point.”

A boat lays across US 1 after Hurricane Irma in Big Pine Key, Florida, U.S., September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Hurricane Irma death toll reaches 82, 1.5 million without power

Hurricane Irma hit the U.S. mainland on Sunday.

North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un [Photo Credit: Al Jazeera]

UN Security Council To Meet After North Korea Fires Another Missile Over Japan

The missile was the second to be fired by the Asian country in two weeks.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo [Photo credit:]

Obasanjo, African leaders canvass peaceful presidential rerun in Kenya

The election will be repeated on October 17

North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un [Photo Credit: Al Jazeera]

UN Security Council Steps Up Sanctions On Defiant North Korea

The decision was triggered by North’s sixth and largest nuclear test earlier this month

President Uhuru Kenyatta; Photo: Bellanaija

CDD berates Kenyatta for attack on Judiciary, warns Kenyan politicians against incendiary comments

The court ordered the country’s electoral commission to organise another election within 60 days.

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Hurricane Irma wreaks havok in Florida

Hurricane Irma prompted one of the largest evacuations in U.S. history.

Abuja world trade centre

16 Years After, Americans Commemorate 9/11 At White House

Nearly 3,000 people who were killed in terrorist attack

President Uhuru Kenyatta; Photo: Bellanaija

Kenyan Lawmaker, Former Senator Detained Over Hate Speech Allegations

Hate speeches have reportedly risen following September 1 annulment of the country’s presidential election result

Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe. [Photo Credit: Daily Maverick]

Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Grace Mugabe Says Model Attacked Her With Knife

South Africa granted Mrs. Mugabe diplomatic immunity last month, allowing her to evade immediate prosecution for assault.

North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un [Photo Credit: Al Jazeera]

North Korea warns U.S. over sanctions push ahead of UN vote

North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test on September 3, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb

Police outside the International Monetary Fund (IMF) offices where an envelope exploded in Paris, France, March 16, 2017.        REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

French policeman kills wife, 2 children, self in marital dispute

The shootings took place at the railway station in Noyon, northeast of Paris.

Hurricane Katia hits Mexico's Veracruz State. [Photo credit: The Hindu]

Hurricane Katia hits Mexico’s Veracruz State

The storm was expected to weaken rapidly.


Togo blocks Internet as protesters march for second day

Protesters want the exit of President Faure Gnassingbe.

Britain's Prince George (C) accompanied by Britain's Prince William (L), Duke of Cambridge arrives for his first day of school at Thomas's school in Battersea where he is met by Helen Haslem (R) head of the lower school. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / RICHARD POHLE. [Photo credit: Free Press Journal]

UK’s Prince George starts school

Pregnant mum Kate too ill to go.

European Court [Photo: EUropa.S - IRTEA]

Top EU court rules eastern states must take refugees

The Luxembourg-based ECJ rejected the Hungarian and Slovak claims.

Computer showing numbers/codes used to illustrate the story [Photo: The Sun]

Hackers gain entry into U.S., European energy sector

The attacks bear the hallmarks of a hacking group known as Dragonfly, a Symantec official said.

Muslim men protest against what they say is the persecution of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar, outside of Myanmar's embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia September 6, 2017.   REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

Thousands of Indonesians join anti-Myanmar rally in Jakarta

The protest was also to demand for the snapping of ties between the two countries.