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South Sudanese governor works under a tree
Without an office to work in, South Sudan's Gok State governor Madhang Majok Meen has been forced to carry out official duties under a tree.
Buhari 'summoned to parliament' over herder-farmer violence
Nigeria's parliament has called for President Muhammadu Buhari to appear before it to explain what his government is doing to stop violence between herders and farmers, reports AFP news agency.
US soldier gets world's first penis and scrotum transplant
A team of US doctors has successfully carried out the world's first total transplant of a penis and scrotum.
Ivana Trump doesn't think Donald should run for re-election
Ivana Trump says she doesn't think it's necessary for her ex-husband, Donald Trump, to run for re-election in 2020, according to an interview with Page Six.
Former President George H.W. Bush in intensive care
Former President George H.W. Bush is in intensive care, a day after a funeral was held for his wife, Barbara Bush, CNN has learned.
Trump ramps up personal cell phone use
President Donald Trump is increasingly relying on his personal cell phone to contact outside advisers, multiple sources inside and outside the White House told CNN
France 'question billionaire over Africa corruption'
French police have taken billionaire Vincent Bolloré into custody as part of an investigation into how his company won the contracts to operate two container ports in West Africa in 2010.
France approves controversial immigration bill
The French National Assembly has passed a tough new immigration law that tightens the rules around asylum.
99% of Kenyans support laws criminalizing same-sex unions - Uhuru
Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has firmly reiterated that he will continue to respect Kenyan laws regarding same-sex relationships.
Cameroon forces in gross abuse over Anglophone, Boko Haram crisis - U.S. report
Cameroon security forces have been cited as engaging in significant human rights abuse in respect of armed combat they are engaged in across three regions of the country
Royal baby: Duchess gives birth to baby boy
The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby boy.
Further Syria strikes to cause chaos in international ties - Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has told Iranian Presiden Hassan Rouhani that further attacks by Western allies in Syria would inevitably lead to chaos in international relations.
Israel 'frees detained African migrants'
Israel has freed 207 African migrants from prison after it missed a deadline to deport them, AFP news agency reports.
Royal wedding invite for teen who was at London attacks
A Newport teenager who was caught up in the Westminster terror attacks has been invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
Court to hear Uganda presidential age petition
A court in the eastern Ugandan city of Mbale is due to hear a petition challenging a constitutional amendment to remove the presidential age limit.
Syria conflict: Strikes hit Syrian airfield
Several people have died or were injured after a military airport in Syria came under missile attack, the country's state media reported.
Nigerian troops kill three insurgents, rescue 149 women and children
The Nigerian army yesterday rescued 149 girls and women in the ongoing operation against Boko Haram insurgents in the country’s Northeastern region.
Wind blew cocaine into my purse - woman claims after arrest
A woman arrested last month in Florida with drugs in her possession blamed the wind for the cocaine found in her purse.
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