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Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK for breaching withdrawal agreement

The EU has launched legal action against the UK after Boris Johnson failed to respond to Brussels’ demand that he drop legislation...

Massive fire breaks out in Huawei 5G research facility in China

A huge fire that broke out at an unfinished research facility of Chinese technology giant Huawei Technologies in southern China on Friday...

Exclusive: Russian state hackers suspected in targeting Biden campaign firm – sources

Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) recently alerted one of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s main election campaign advisory firms that it had been targeted...

What is ammonium nitrate, the chemical that exploded in Beirut?

The Lebanese capital Beirut was rocked on Tuesday evening local time by an explosion that has killed at least 78 people and injured thousands...

Beirut blast: Dozens dead and thousands injured, health minister says

A large blast in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, has killed at least 70 people and injured more than 4,000 others, the health...

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Total under fire over Uganda land issues

The NGOs have published a report, “A nightmare named Total”, as part of their long-running campaign to force the French company to...

East African Truckers Pay Bribes for Negative Coronavirus Tests, Official Says

Long-distance truck drivers are paying bribes to evade coronavirus testing at the Uganda-Kenya border, the head of Uganda's Professional Drivers Network said....

Sudan sees economic hope as Trump signals terror list removal

After months of negotiations between the transitional Sudanese government and the US administration about a deal to remove Sudan from Washington’s list...

‘South Sudan must form hybrid court to try war crimes’

South Sudan must take steps to quickly form a hybrid court to try people who committed atrocities during the country’s six-year crisis,...

Mysterious ‘Robin Hood’ hackers donating stolen money

A hacking group is donating stolen money to charity in what is seen as a mysterious first for cyber-crime that's puzzling experts.
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