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Hundreds protest in London against Nigeria...

Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari was the focus of the anger for his handling of anti-police brutality protests against the loathed Special Anti-Robbery...

Britain signs post-Brexit trade deal with...

The deal comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson pursues his "Global Britain" strategy that seeks potentially more advantageous trade deals than those that...

Is Runyankore-Rukiga dying together with...

In its estimate published in 2004, UNESCO says some 90% of the currently spoken languages will have become extinct by 2050.

UK police arrest 31 suspected of online child...

"We are committed to keeping young people safe, and bringing perpetrators of grooming and other child abuse and exploitation offences to justice."

Italy 'second wave' fears grow as virus cases...

Italy registered 5,372 new cases Friday, the health ministry said, nearly 1,000 more than on Thursday.

Global COVID-19 deaths surpass 1 million...

The global death toll is now at 1,009,349, with a total of more than 33.7 million cases worldwide as of 7:45 p.m. (Wednesday), the CSSE data showed.

10 arrested as police break up London anti-lockdown...

Some people in the crowd carried signs opposing any potential vaccine against the coronavirus.

Did you know that there was a Uganda Independence...

The conference was to review the situation, resolve the remaining constitutional obstacles and if necessary, amend the constitution of the previous year....

UK reports 6,000 new coronavirus cases

With a further 37 deaths reported in the past 24 hours, 41,862 people in Britain who tested positive for the virus have now died -- the highest toll in...

Constricting or constrictor? Man uses snake...

Photos of the man, dressed in a white t-shirt and jeans, showed what appeared to be a python coiled around his neck and face but he was not wearing a mask...

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