The singer’s faith and financial support kept civil rights organizations going
Well-wishers offered words of encouragement the 76-year-old Queen of Soul and her family
Peter Strzok led FBI’s 2016 investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and later worked on special counsel’s investigation of Russian interference in 2016 election
Incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita could win second five-year term
UNICEF says 35 percent of Ugandan females and 17 percent of males have been sexually abused
“While Zimbabwe had a historic opportunity to move the country toward a brighter future for all its citizens, an electoral process marred by violence that does not respect constitutional rights and procedures is not a step toward that future.”
“In a congratulatory message dated Sunday, Xi expressed his wishes that the Zimbabwean government and people would make more achievements in national development under Mnangagwa’s leadership."
“We have urged all parties to work together to ensure calm,” Harriett Baldwin, minister of state for Africa, said in a statement.
The leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, Nelson Chamisa said on Twitter he had won the “popular vote” in Monday’s parliamentary and presidential elections.
Ahead of vote, Mugabe lashed out at ZANU-PF, the party he founded, saying it did not have his support
“... I can’t vote for those who have caused me to be in this situation ... so there is Chamisa left.”
Electoral Commission rejects MDC Alliance demands to redesign, guard and test ballot papers