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UK says to skip most EU meetings from Sept...

The Brexit ministry said in a statement that the time spent preparing for the meetings in Brussels would be better used in readying the country for leaving...

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Merkel warns of Brexit economic pain before...

"The economic sky is not cloudless", and global tensions and Britain's impending departure from the European Union "are already causing us headaches",...

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Police open fire on protesters in DRCongo,...

Beni is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province, where murder, extortion and other crimes are rampant.

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Danish PM 'annoyed and surprised' by Trump...

"I am both annoyed and surprised that the US president has cancelled a state visit," Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen told reporters.

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Death toll from weekend Kabul wedding attack...

Authorities said the initial death toll was at least 63, with more than 180 people wounded.

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Sudan's new ruling body to be sworn in

The body replaces the Transitional Military Council (TMC) that took charge after months of deadly street protests brought down longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir...

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In high-tech Japan, cash is still king

Four out of five purchases are still made with cash in Japan, despite its reputation as a futuristic and innovative nation.

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Sudan forms a sovereign council to lead transition:...

The line-up of the 11-member council was announced by a spokesman for the Transitional Military Council

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Zimbabwe bans third opposition protest

The march, organised by the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), is the third demonstration to be banned in less than a week.

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US ports brace for surge of imports ahead...

US importers, retailers, and shippers are bracing for a new round of punitive duties on Chinese goods set to hit in two steps, September 1 and December...

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.