Sudanese protest groups require unity to secure civilian rule, the BBC’s Alastair Leithead says.
The report contains enough potential red flags to spur congressional scrutiny of the president.
Paris prosecutors are investigating if an electrical short-circuit caused the fire that ripped through Notre Dame Cathedral.
Walter Onnoghen is convicted of not declaring his assets and is banned from public office for 10 years.
Almost 26 years to the day after its first flight, one of India’s biggest airlines has thrown in the towel.
The humanoid, named Alex, causes a stir as he makes his debut on state news channel Rossiya 24.
Trump tried to get Special Counsel Mueller fired, the just released report into alleged Russia collusion says.
Former New Zealand international Rebecca Smith chooses her top three players to watch at the incoming Women’s World Cup in France.
A wooden structure could be built outside the front of the fire-ravaged cathedral in Paris.
Nelson was captured by a militia who believed the vulture was transmitting military secrets.
President Emmanuel Macron will present the controversial writer with the Légion d’honneur.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet in Russia later this month, the Kremlin announced Thursday.
Five goals in the first half. Seven by full-time. And another, potentially decisive strike, dramatically ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR) in injury time.
An MEP performs on a harmonica for the last day of the current European Parliament.
The incumbent leader said he had clearly won the vote, despite his challenger’s claims to the contrary.
A former employee of a Chinese airline at two of the main airports serving New York has pleaded guilty to felony charges stemming from the illegal shipment of packages on behalf of China’s military, the US Justice Department said Wednesday.
Amazon is partially retreating from the world’s biggest market for online shopping.
Mario Estrada is accused of conspiring to import cocaine to the US to fund his presidential campaign.
A reference to the Soviet dictator in a line of dialogue was changed to Adolf Hitler.
There is anger over the US attorney general’s plans to hold a news conference before the release.
The pair could face the death penalty after the navy accused them of building a home in Thai waters.
The bones of the huge creature belong to a new species which roamed east Africa 20 million years ago.
Militants wearing security force uniforms stopped two buses in southwest Pakistan on Thursday and killed 14 passengers after ordering them out of the vehicles, police said.
SHOCKING new footage has emerged of the dramatic moment a coach full of German tourists careers off a road on the holiday island of Madeira and crashes down a hillside.
MORE than 100 people have been killed in severe storms across India and Pakistan as experts warn the terrifying system will not calm until Friday.
ALBERT EINSTEIN was not only the greatest thinker of his generation but arguably the most influential in history – however, in his later years he came to deeply regret sending a letter that made it possible for the human race to wipe itself out.
CZECH police have recommended that the country’s prime minister Andrej Babis is faces trial for alleged fraud involving millions of European Union funds.
Peter Tabichi from Kenya, who was named World’s Best Teacher, shares what makes him stand out and what he hopes for teachers in Africa.
NORTH KOREA tested a missile system yesterday, as the country steps towards a new high-tech weapons arsenal. Did Kim Jong Un break a pact with Donald Trump to launch the system?
The social network was grabbing email contacts of some new uses for almost three years, it says.
Ex-New Zealand military attaché Alfred Keating secretly placed the device in the country’s US embassy.
TAIWAN has been rocked by a shallow magnitude-6 earthquake, rattling buildings and bringing the city of Taipei to a halt. So is there a tsunami warning?
GREECE will today launch an official attempt to reclaim £270 billion in new war reparations from Germany.
The partial retreat from China comes as the US tech giant battles tough competition from local rivals.
Police arrest a man carrying petrol and lighters who entered St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York.
TAIWAN has been hit by a serious earthquake this morning. This is where the powerful 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit.
A STRONG earthquake of magnitude 6.1 has rocked the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, with one witness describing their house “rocking violently”.
GUNMEN killed 14 people after hijacking a passenger bus in southwestern Pakistan, local media said on Thursday.
Using modern technology to preserve a medieval building is nothing new in France.
OUTRAGED social media users have hit out at ISIS members for sharing a poster of the Notre Dame cathedral on fire in horrific threat.
In a high-profile case, Borce Ristevski spent years denying that he had killed his wife Karen.
CUBA has reacted defiantly to a fresh wave of US sanctions with Havana accusing President Trump of “an attack against international law” and warning “as in Bay of Pigs, we shall overcome”.
THE release of the Mueller report into alleged Russia collusion with Trump 2016 Presidential election campaign has been criticised ahead of its release tomorrow by a member of the Democrats.
CHINA has unveiled the world’s first armed drone boat amid rising tensions in the South China Sea.
MELANIA TRUMP fans have hit out at Beyonce after the pop sensation wrote a flattering tribute to former US First Lady Michelle Obama.
Nusrat was set on fire after accusing her headmaster of sexual harassment, but spoke out before dying.
Nicaraguans in Costa Rica face a backlash from those angry about the growing numbers seeking refuge.
Why Notre-Dame will always have place in the hearts of Parisians and international visitors.
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
A project on Indian farmers has won this year’s awards.
TIKTOK, a video-sharing app, has been banned in India following a ruling by the Madras High Court.
IVANKA TRUMP has revealed she turned down an offer from her father to lead the World Bank earlier this year but remained tight-lipped on whether the President had offered her other White House roles.
The announcement is the first public weapons test since US-North Korean talks collapsed.
NORTH Korea unveiled a groundbreaking new tactical guided missile on Tuesday, state media has confirmed.
THE redacted Mueller report which investigated Russian interference in the 2016 US elections will be released in a press conference tomorrow at 9.30am .
A team of conservators are working to breathe new life into a collection of Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban.
Automation could wipe out many jobs in developing countries, says globalisation expert Ian Goldin.
All eight infants now have fully functioning immune systems after undergoing treatment, say experts.
At least 28 people were killed Wednesday when a tour bus crashed on Portugal’s Madeira Island, according to Portuguese state-run news agency Lusa.
RUSSIA and the US are facing off from opposite shores of the Red Sea with Moscow backing a nuclear science and technology centre in Ethiopia and Washington making similar moves across the water in Saudi Arabia.
She says her father suggested the role to her, but she told him she was happy in her work.
German media report that at least nine Germans are among those killed near the town of Caniço.
Students were invited to spit on, and use a knife to cut, the Ohio pastor during a church event.
SECURITY chiefs in Ukraine claim they have captured a Russian military intelligence hit squad behind the attempted murder of a Ukrainian spy in the run-up to presidential elections on Sunday.
UP to 28 German tourists on board a coach in Madeira have been killed after the vehicle crashed into a house in the Portugal island hotspot.
As the US moves to expand indefinite detention for asylum seekers, here’s what you need to know.
Denver schools shut as police sought the woman, who was allegedly obsessed with the Columbine shooting.
Paulette was threatened with deportation to Jamaica despite living in the UK for 50 years.
Law changes agreed by the European Parliament do not pass the “Christchurch test”, an official says.
Former US first lady Michelle Obama talks about the Notre-Dame fire during her Paris book tour.
Bill Shorten could become the nation’s sixth leader since 2013 if he wins an election next month.
Repeatedly delayed age-verification laws aimed at preventing under-18s from viewing online pornography will come into force in the UK in July, the government has announced.
Two-time president Alan García shot himself as police came to arrest him over corruption claims.
The heads of two major central banks warn firms they may “fail to exist” if they ignore threats.
Migrants who have a credible fear of returning home will be indefinitely jailed under the new ruling.
Arguably the world’s biggest boy band, BTS open up about their “struggles and tears”.
A pink-maned pony has been spotted around an island in Montreal, Canada. But how did it get there?
The two were missing for 26 hours but were spotted by a search plane flying overhead.
Apple will help rebuild Notre Dame.
One of China’s biggest social media companies has run into trouble in India.
An Australian couple has been rescued from a crocodile-ridden part of Australia’s remote north after lighting a fire and scrawling the word “help” in mud to attract the attention of search crews.
The Indian airline temporarily suspends all domestic and international flights.
PRO-European candidates will suffer a hammering at the European elections next month as a shock study reveals more than half of the electorate have no faith in the EU.
EUROPEAN Parliament President Antonio Tajani is furious Britain will participating in the upcoming elections only to leave the European Union just a few months later.
Two days of action by tanker drivers leads to fears of nationwide disruption ahead of the Easter break.
The billionaire founder and chief executive of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com has been accused in a lawsuit of rape by a college student in the United States.
Alan García is in a serious condition after shooting himself as police arrived to arrest him.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is one of six TIME 100 cover stars, the magazine’s annual list of the world’s most influential people.
Sadaf Khadem believes she is accused of violating Iran’s strict dress code during a bout in France.
Airfares are almost certain go up this summer. Troubles with the Boeing 737 Max are part of the reason.
Mark Hamill supports a YouTuber who faced a backlash for his tearful reaction to the new Star Wars trailer.
Two activists glued themselves to the roof of a train during a third straight day of protests by the Extinction Rebellion group in London, as it seeks to highlight “disastrous inaction on” climate change.
Guests are often told to make themselves at home — but a sultry pair of actors have pushed that invitation to its limits, much to the gleeful horror of the internet.
GERMAN custom officers are scrambling to create a Brexit emergency plan without knowing what the UK’s future relationship will be with the European Union.