UFO: U.S. govt. admits investigating mysterious flying objects
A former Senate Leader, Harry Reid requested funding for the project.
Police arrest Britain First leader as deputy faces crime charges
The party and its leaders are known for ‘hate speeches.’
Pre-election contacts with Trump’s representatives ‘global practice’ – Putin
President says U.S. reaction looks like a “spy mania.
Angola’s President offers ultimatum for repatriation of funds
In November, he dismissed Isabel dos Santos, daughter of the former President dos Santos, as chair of state oil company.
Indonesia court rejects petition to ban consensual sex outside marriage
Activists brace for a renewal of the battle in parliament and other state institutions.
U.S., Saudi, UAE, pledge $190m to fight insurgency in Sahel region
Sahel countries now have a common military force against terrorism.
Alabama Senate election: Doug Jones defeats Trump’s candidate
The Republican loss was a major embarrassment for President Donald Trump.
Jordan’s King rejects change in status of Jerusalem, its holy sites
King Abdullah’s Hashemite dynasty is custodian of the Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem.
South African court orders Zuma to pay costs for challenging watchdog
The 783 charges against Mr. Zuma relate to a 30 billion rand government arms deal.
Recognise East Jerusalem as Palestine capital, Turkey urges world leaders
Turkey opened an Islamic summit in response to a U.S. decision.
U.S. embassy unlikely to move to Jerusalem before 2020
“It’s not going to be anything that happens right away.”
George Weah knows fate December 26 as Liberia fixes run-off poll
George Weah faces Vice President Joseph Boakai in the poll.
Trump wants death penalty, ‘strongest punishment’ for terrorists
The U.S. president asks Americans to stand firm a day after a suspected terrorist attack in New York.
$2.20 billion arms deal: South African prosecutors extend deadline for Zuma to file arguments
“They must submit their representation on January 31, 2018.”