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Families of the 219 schoolgirls held for more than six months by Boko Haram militants on Saturday said they were shocked but not surprised at fresh claims that the teenagers had been married off.
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Rival military factions laid claim to power in Burkina Faso on Saturday after the west African nation's president fled following days of violent...
Federal accident investigators are headed to a desert crash site where a winged spaceship designed to give wealthy tourists a high‑altitude view of...
Ebola has wiped out whole villages in Sierra Leone and may have caused many more deaths than the nearly 5,000 official global toll, a senior coordinator of...
A prominent businesswoman has sparked outrage in Hong Kong by comparing the city's pro‑democracy protesters to African‑American slaves,...
Sri Lanka on Saturday reduced to 38 the number of dead and missing from a mudslide at a tea plantation after giving an initial toll of over 300.
A nationwide power blackout hit Bangladesh on Saturday after a transmission line failed, the government said.
A Mexican court ordered the release of a former US Marine jailed in the country since March for carrying weapons, after pressure from top US officials.
Canada will stop issuing visas to people from the three West African nations where Ebola is widespread, the government said on Friday.