Signs of Turture in Libyan Migrant Concentration Camp

Migrants who have gone through Libyan detention centres have shown signs of severe abuse, including electric shocks, burns, lashes and even skinning, the director of health services on the Italian island of Lampedusa tells Euronews. The United Nations said this week that migrants were being detained indefinitely in Libya in “inhuman” conditions and that UN... Continue Reading →


Grace Mugabe Fled Zimbabwe

First Lady was said to be being lined up to succeed her husband as presidentGrace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, is reported to have fled the country for neighbouring Namibia. Her husband is thought to be under house arrest in the southern African country's capital, Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control... Continue Reading →

Things you need to know about Next Somaliland’s Election

​ After a seven-year wait, Somaliland will go to the polls to elect a new leader. Here are five things you need to know: Why is this election important? Somalilanders will finally be choosing their new president on November 13 after inadequate funding, political disagreements and drought caused the polls to be delayed for several years. The presidential election... Continue Reading →

President Putin is Sincere Says Trump

President Trump said on Saturday that he believed President Vladimir V. Putin was sincere in his denials of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, calling questions about Moscow’s meddling a politically motivated “hit job” that was hindering cooperation with Russia on life-or-death issues. Speaking after meeting privately with Mr. Putin on the sideline of the... Continue Reading →

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