The African National Congress (ANC) party has lost its parliamentary majority in a historic election result that puts South Africa on a new political path for the first time since the end of the apartheid system of white minority...
State media reported that Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, the country's foreign minister, and others were found dead on Monday, hours after their helicopter crashed in a foggy, mountainous region of the country's northwest. Raisi was 63. The crash comes as...
The following individuals have been added to OFAC's SDN List: MNANGAGWA, Auxillia, Zimbabwe; DOB 21 Mar 1963; POB Mazowe, Zimbabwe; nationality Zimbabwe; Gender Female; Passport ED000003 (Zimbabwe) expires 27 Feb 2032; National ID No. 63545988X15 (Zimbabwe) (individual) . TAPFUMANEYI, Asher Walter,...
WASHINGTON — Today, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated 11 individuals, including Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa, and three entities for their involvement in corruption or serious human rights abuse pursuant to E.O. 13818, which...
Former Pakistan prime minister and 1992 ODI World Cup-winning captain Imran Khan has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. The case, known in Pakistan as the Toshakhana reference, has to do with selling gifts he was given in his capacity...
Saudi Arabia is preparing to open its first alcohol store in the capital Riyadh which will serve exclusively non-Muslim diplomats, according to a source familiar with the plans and a document.   Customers will have to register via a mobile app,...
Argentina’s labor unions began a nationwide general strike on Wednesday against austerity measures and reforms by the country’s libertarian President Javier Milei. Thousands of people marched toward Congress in the capital of Buenos Aires on Wednesday amid the strike, which began at...
JERUSALEM/GAZA, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Palestinian Islamist group Hamas took Israel by surprise on Saturday with the biggest attack for decades, a sudden assault by gunmen who crossed into Israeli villages, killed dozens of people and brought hostages back into...
Sept 22 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said he does not care about allegations of "sportswashing" against the kingdom and that he will continue funding sport if it adds to the country's gross domestic product...
In August, when a group of Gabonese military officers deposed President Ali Bongo, whose family had ruled the country for nearly six decades, many ordinary citizens came out on the streets to celebrate. When Bongo put out a call for...

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