World Bulletin / News Desk
Kenya's coastal separatist group, the Mombasa Republican Council (MRC), denied responsibility for attacks in the tense coastal region that killed at least 15 people hours before a presidential election on Monday.
"We are not responsible for any attacks anywhere in this region," MRC spokesman Mohammed Rashid Mraja told Reuters by telephone, adding that the group only sought change through peaceful means.
The police had blamed the MRC.
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Istanbul-held forum focused on ways to counter global, humanitarian costs of conflict
The plan, a reported $4.1 trillion for 2018, is certain to undergo major changes on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers rarely approve a president's budget wish list in its original form.
While rolling out a new pricing system in the US, the San Francisco-based, on-demand ride service uncovered the error, which it said could cost tens of millions of dollars to correct.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made the proposal to the UN General Assembly to address a major shortfall in the $400 million needed to help Haiti recover from the epidemic.
Prosecutor General Adriatik Llalla says investigation will be carried out in accordance with Albanian law
Pro-government forces captured the district after overnight offensive
Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda establish checking points at border posts
Peace talks between the Palestinians and Israel collapsed in 2014
Authorities in New York have stepped up security after a concert blast killed 19 people
Trump caused uproar when he suggested on the campaign trail he would check first if a NATO ally was up to date with its dues before he would consider coming to its aid.
Here is what we know so far about the terror attack, the deadliest in Britain since 2005.
African-American voters traditionally support the Democratic Party, while Republicans have an advantage with whites voters.