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APRNEWS - The last time Mohammed Yousaf talked to his son, Sajid Yousaf, on 8 June, the son was waiting anxious
APRNEWS - Around 02:00 GMT in the village of Kafin-Koro (centre), in Niger State, armed individuals locally referred to as "bandits" set fire to the residence of a priest, who was b
APRNEWS - The victims had gathered at the top of a hill for a memorial service for five people when the ground collapsed under part of the audience.
Relatives of Michael Williams see the killing as a possible hate crime, but authorities described it as a rela
A court in Bangladesh has sentenced five men to death and one to life in jail for hacking a secular blogger to death six years ago in Dhaka.
At least 60 people have drowned after a boat capsized in the Democratic Republic of Congo, officials say.
A rocket attack on U.S.-led forces in northern Iraq on Monday killed a civilian contractor and injured a U.S. service member, the U.S.
A professor from Singapore appeared physically upset after realizing that he had wasted two hours of his time lecturing in complete silence.
As freezing temperatures settled over Kansas City, Missouri, on Jan. 28, Judge Jack Grate opened his online courtroom.
Locals in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri have been without power for a week after jihadists blew up supply lines from the national electricity grid.
APRNEWS - A Polish woman has given birth to sextuplets with each newborn weighing about one kilogram (2.2
APRNEWS - No fewer than 20 persons were yesterday feared dead following a renewed cult attack at Kono-Bou
APRNEWS - Ex-convict, others arrested for armed robbery in Lagos