UNICEF calls the crisis in Mali one of the world's most forgotten, with nearly 80 percent of this year's humanitarian aid targets still unfunded
New death happened in Iboko, a rural area in northwestern Equateur province, said Health Ministry statement released Sunday
Names and faces of Queen Elizabeth's grandson and his American fiancé adorn merchandise in shops across British town of Windsor, where couple will marry on Saturday
Prince Harry's press office declined to comment on a celebrity news website's report that Meghan's father, 73, needed a heart procedure and would not be well enough to fly to England
Until now, it has been illegal to grow, possess or use cannabis in Zimbabwe, with offenders facing up to 12 years in jail.
“So the update really is just to say the issue of industrial action for nurses so far has closed. The nurses are largely back at work. We welcome them, we’re happy with that ourselves,” Dr. Parirenyatwa said.
Respects will be paid in city of Houston to the wife and mother of US presidents
Now facing replacement, more than 15,000 nurses demand better pay and conditions in public health care
According to the state-controlled Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga dismissed the nurses as in his capacity as the supervisor of the social services cluster.
Family spokesman Jim McGrath confirmed the death in a statement. The cause wasn't immediately known
Secretary general Enock Dongo of the Zimbabwe Nurses’ Association told VOA Studio 7 that they gave the government a 14-day ultimatum, which expired on Sunday, to address their grievances or face an industrial action.
Wife of one president and mother of another decides to forego further medical treatment, choosing ‘comfort care’ instead