US also urged Zimbabwe's government to restore access to social media as country faces its worst unrest since deadly post-election violence in August
Ahmed Hussein-Suale was killed late Wednesday, shot twice in the chest and once in the neck at close range while driving in the suburb of Accra where he lived. He died immediately, according to police
All the students who took part performed better on the exam than those who did not, even before adding in the extra points earned through extra sleep
Anastasia Vashukevich was held for questioning at a Moscow airport after she was deported from Thailand as part of a group convicted of participating in a 'sex training course'
Trump lawyer's acknowledgment sharply at odds with frequent denials of collusion by the U.S. leader, but he later clarifies
“We are deeply troubled by reports of deaths, widespread arrests, beatings, and harassment of protestors by security forces of the Government of Zimbabwe ..."
Security Alert: Continued street blockades and military checkpoints, disruption of social media sites and Whats App, reports of police abuse and violence across Zimbabwe.
Plan draws bipartisan pushback and weak poll support
New York's Jerrold Nadler says his Judiciary Committee 'will take steps to better understand both the president's actions and the FBI's response to that behavior' in coming weeks
Martin Fayulu's campaign says he won the presidential election with 61 percent of vote
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Nine-term US representative from Iowa will now face a primary challenge back home