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Following the continued clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Chad, the President has ordered the Chadian army to shoot both herdsmen and farmers dead, if the clashes continue.
Riot police in Zimbabwe on Friday fired teargas and beat demonstrators who defied a protest ban, as the opposition accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government of surpassing Robert Mugabe’s regime in brutality.
U.S. Senator, Cory Booker, on Thursday, said that he would create a “White House Office” to combat white supremacy and hate crimes if elected, becoming the latest Democratic presidential candidate to call for action after a racially motivated massacre in Texas.
The U.S. government has introduced a new regulation on restricting legal immigration to raise the threshold for immigrants to stay in the U.S. for a long time.
The body of the last missing flood victim in south central Vietnam has been recovered, bringing the monthly death toll from floods in the country to 24, authorities reported Monday.
Boris Johnson, British prime minister, has named Kemi Badenoch, a UK-born Nigerian, a minister in his cabinet.
US President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to slam China, just as US negotiators arrived in Shanghai to resurrect stalled trade talks with Chinese officials.
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, the North African country's first democratically elected leader, died Thursday at the age of 92, his office said.
The late President Nelson Mandela of South Africa remains a household name globally because of his numerous outstanding achievements, impacts and legacies.
Outgoing British Prime Minister, Theresa May, said, in an interview published on Friday, that she regrets allowing too much polarisation over Brexit and avoiding televised debates before a disastrous snap election in 2017.