New York students protest outside Trump Tower

Hundreds of high school students demonstrated in New York Tuesday morning outside Trump Tower in the pouring rain as the president-elect was inside fleshing out his new administration. “No Ku Klux Klan, no fascists, no […]

BREAKING | Ghana’s ex-President Kufuor is dead

Mr. John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor, the former civilian President of Ghana, is dead. He died in Johannesburg, South Africa on Tuesday morning following surgical operation on his spine. According New Mail, quoting Reuters, Kufuor was […]

Putin sacks economy minister over bribe 

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday fired Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev, who had been charged with taking a massive bribe, news agencies quoted Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying. “Vladimir Putin has published a decree […]

China Bashes Trump’s Trade War Threat

A Chinese state-controlled newspaper, Global Times, has claimed that US president-elect Donald Trump would be a “naive” fool to launch an all-out trade war against China. Trump said that he would punish Beijing with “defensive” […]

Ivory Coast resurgent in peacetime

For many years, Ivory Coast was a byword for instability. From the 1999 coup, to the outbreak of civil war in 2002, to the violence after the 2010 elections, the West African state went through […]

Israeli committee approves bill legalising outposts

Israel has approved a controversial draft bill aimed at authorising Jewish settlements that were built on private Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank without Israeli government permission. Amona, near the occupied West Bank city […]

Iraq: Suicide attack hits south of Baghdad

A group of attackers armed with suicide vests and light weapons killed at least six people southwest of Baghdad on Monday, local officials said. The attack claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the […]

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