Tani, 8-year-old homeless Nigerian Chess Champion, gets new apartment in New York
Three film companies are vying to make movies about Tani.
Trump jubilates as Special Counsel Mueller finds no evidence of Russia collusion
The U.S. president has been under a sweeping investigation amidst suspicion he colluded with foreign elements to win 2016 elections.
U.S. imposes new sanctions on Iran over weapon programmes
The U.S. says it will continue to apply maximum pressure to prevent Iran from developing weapons of mass destruction.
North Korea withdraws from joint liaison office with South Korean — Officials
The move follows a failed summit at the end of February between leaders of North Korea and the U.S., South Korea’s ally.
107 killed in Indonesia’s flash floods, 93 still missing
The natural disaster hit Jayapura district of the country last weekend.
Putin outlaws fake news, disrespect against Russian state
Mr Putin’s own human rights council last week condemned the parliament’s attempt to create such legislation, saying it would violate Russia’s constitution.
German Pilots’ union concerned about pilotless planes
Mr Wahl also voiced concern about the increase in unmanned flying objects, such as drones.
Death toll in Indonesian floods rises to 79, dozens still missing
Over 350 homes were damaged and 43 people are still missing.
Sports cancelled as traumatised New Zealand mourns shooting victims
A lone gunman killed 49 and wounded more than 20 at two Christchurch mosques on Friday.
U.S. grounds 737 MAX jets, Boeing shares fall again
“We are going to be issuing an emergency order of prohibition to ground all flights of the 737 MAX 8 and the 737 MAX 9.”
U.S. military to restrict transgender troops starting in April
The new rules will go into effect on April 12.
Heavy fight grips last Islamic State bastion in eastern Syria
Baghuz is the last significant territory still in the hands of the Islamic State.
Taliban releases photos of mud house leader Mullah Omar hid in Afghanistan
In Kabul, the findings have angered government officials.
Ethiopia crash horror: China, Indonesia ground Boeing 737 MAX 8s
The Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 plunged into farmland minutes after take-off from Addis Ababa for Nairobi on Sunday.
U.S. sanctions Russian bank over support for Venezuelan regime
The move is aimed at stepping up pressure on Venezuelan President Maduro’s embattled regime.
Venezuela is open to political dialogue not military force – Envoy
The official says his country is under economic and military attacks from the U.S.
French cardinal convicted of covering up sex abuse allegations
Philippe Barbarin, Archbishop of Lyon, was handed a six-month suspended prison sentence.
Islamic State faces final territorial defeat in Syria battle
The SDF commander-in-chief said on Thursday that his force would declare victory within a week.
Russian Nobel Prize winner for physics Alferov dies age 88
He was the first Russian to win a Nobel Prize since Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev won the peace prize in 1990.