No deal with Kabila, says Felix Tshisekedi

Congolese opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi rejected suggestions that he might do a deal with President.

Barbara Bush, wife and mother of U.S. presidents, dies at 92

Former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush, the only woman to see her husband and son.

Inspectors enters Syria’s Douma to probe gas attack allegation

Chemical weapons inspectors have entered the Syrian town of Douma to probe an alleged poison gas.

Militants in U.N. disguise explode car bombs, rockets at Mali bases

Militants disguised as U.N. peacekeepers exploded two suicide car bombs and fired dozens of rockets.

Turkey’s Erdogan backs strikes on Syrian chemical facilities

Turkish president says bombing by US and allies sent Assad government message its massacres will.

One killed, dozens wounded in clashes in Central African Republic

At least one civilian was killed and dozens of United Nations peacekeepers, civilians and militia.

Egyptian court allows Uber and Careem to continue operations

An Egyptian court ruled on Saturday that a judicial decision to suspend the licenses of.

Gunmen kill one, wound others in central Mali hotel attack

Unidentified gunmen killed one person and wounded at least two others late on Wednesday in.

Saudi Arabia must face U.S. lawsuits over Sept. 11 attacks

A U.S. judge on Wednesday rejected Saudi Arabia’s bid to dismiss lawsuits claiming that it.

Ameenat Gurib-Fakim Mauritius President resigns

The move came after Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth accused her of backpedalling on a promise.