India is Nigeria’s biggest trading partner in Q3 2018 – NBS
The Asian country imported crude, natural gas and cashew nuts from Nigeria.
Police nab 81 over recent deadly violence in Ethiopia
The arrest was in connection with the violence that killed dozens of innocent civilians on the outskirts of Addis Ababa.
Turkey detains 12 IS suspects, including French citizens – Report
Police raided 12 separate addresses on Sunday and Monday.
Brazil inaugurates far-right firebrand Bolsonaro as president
One-third of his cabinet are former army officers.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren may run for President
The first round of primaries begin early in 2020 in Iowa.
Death toll in landslides, flooding in Philippines rises to 71
Nearly 130,000 people from 321 villages in four regions were affected by widespread flooding and landslides.
Congo opposition, ruling coalition claim victory after chaotic election
The vote was meant to choose a successor to outgoing President Joseph Kabila after 18 years in power.
Lion kills young worker at North Carolina wildlife sanctuary
The lion was shot dead.
Mystery hacker steals data on 1,000 North Korean defectors in South
“The malware was planted through emails sent by an internal address,”
WHO warns repeated attacks could close key Libya hospital
The trauma hospital is already struggling with resources and suffering from a lack of medical supplies.
Woman attacks alleged stalker, cuts off his genitals
The 42-year-old woman said the victim was her neighbour and had several times harassed her.
24 patients flee Congo Ebola center amid election protest
Some of those who fled have returned.
Nissan’s Kelly examined at Japanese hospital after securing bail
The official has said he is innocent of the charges.
Five die in suicide attack on Libyan foreign ministry
About 21 others were injured in the attack.
Indonesian rescuers use drones, sniffer dogs as tsunami death toll tops 400
The tsunami killed at least 429 people, officials say
Trump blames Federal Reserve as ‘only problem’ in U.S. economy
The president says the central bank does not have a feel for the market.
Israel to hold early election in April – Netanyahu
The PM is appealing directly to voters for a fresh political mandate to help him weather possible charges in corruption investigations.