Africa's most advanced economy is enduring frequent electricity cuts that ramp up cost of business, including poultry.
The group will argue at the European Court of Human Rights that government inaction discriminates against youth.
The former US presidential candidate says his new party, Forward, can disrupt the dysfunction of the two-party system.
None of Canada's 'Five Eyes' alliance members - US, UK, Australia or New Zealand - echoed Justin Trudeau's allegation.
Paxton drowned in September last year after his jeep plunged off the bridge that had broken off nine years ago.
The British monarch addresses lawmakers in the upper chamber of the French Parliament on the second day of his visit.
President Yoon expected to exercise his power to reject the motion after PM Han Duck-soo was accused of 'incompetence'.
South Africa's south coast has been hit by extremely rough seas, known as 'spring tide' phenomenon, since last weekend.
The elections, due to be held in November, are delayed due to the election commission's fresh marking of constituencies.
Bazoum's lawyer has asked ECOWAS court to order Niger's military rulers to end his arrest and hand power over to him.
Saudi Arabia ready to normalise relations with Israel in exchange for a US defence pact and civilian nuclear programme.
Moroccan girls at risk of exploitation, Libyan journalists coordinating on the ground; here’s the Middle East this week.
The reported meetings took place this week in New York on the sidelines of the annual UN General Assembly.
Tocoron prison served as Tren de Aragua gang's HQ, where it had installed amenities such as a zoo and a pool.
The powerful quake killed nearly 3,000 people, most of them in remote villages of the High Atlas.
Israeli forces killed a 15-year-old Palestinian boy when he discovered their presence during a raid, rights group says.
As truce talks got under way, ethnic Armenians accused Azerbaijan of breaking the ceasefire, a charge denied by Baku.
Key speakers, meetings and talks scheduled for the third day of the 78th UN General Assembly.
UN cultural body says memorial sites for human suffering can play a key role in peacebuilding.
Real Madrid overcome Union Berlin with injury-time goal, while Napoli and Salzburg also record wins.
Some eastern tribes fear the Sudanese army’s dominant presence threatens their ownership of land.
In ancient times, women hunters were common in the nomadic Kazakh community in Central Asia. But where are they today?
Liberal feminism helped create the space for Brand to 'joke' about raping women without meaningful pushback.
Humanitarian organisations have issued warnings about the imminent risk of 'weapon contamination' in Libya.
The Palestinian Bedouin village of Khirbet Susiya has long been under Israeli threat of demolition.