Fuelled by team spirit, with traditional singing and dancing turning their games into carnivals, the side also had some star power to call on, as former Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar helped out with coaching duties.
Dressed in his trademark, ill-fitting, dark gray Mao suit, and sweating in Singapore’s tropical humidity, North Korean leader visited some of the most famous tourist attractions
The longtime VOA broadcaster brought Africa's music to the world
UN agency reports nearly half of the child laborers are found in Africa, Asia and Pacific regions and Sub-Saharan Africa has the largest proportion with one in five children working
'Complete, verifiable and irreversible de-nuclearization of the Korea peninsula is only outcome that the United States will accept,' according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
The country holds its first vote since Robert Mugabe’s downfall in November after nearly 40 years in power.
Zimbabwe holds a general election on July 30, the first without Mugabe who was forced out of office after a brief military takeover last year
Former US Army vice chief of staff says military option remains viable if Kim Jong Un does not give up nuclear weapons
Afrobarometer says Mnangagwa would garner 44 percent of the vote while his nearest rival, Nelson Chamisa of the Movement for Democratic Change, will get about 28 percent.
Rights monitoring group says rhetoric is not enough to save Zimbabwe's first election without Robert Mugabe since the country's independence 38 years ago
According to a survey conducted by the Mass Public Opinion Institute in collaboration with Afrobarometer, ZANU PF will get 42 % of votes while the Movement for Democratic Alliance will get 31% of vote.
President vows to raise issue of abducted Japanese during summit; he would also like to see normalization of US-North Korea relations