Guinean miners armed with guns and knives killed three Malians in the village of Sanafara, about 100 kilometres west of the capital
He told AA the nomination is not only good for the image of Uganda, but of Africa as a whole
A year and a half on, the new development has no running water. Netanyahu, on the eve of his trip to address the US Congress with elections only a few weeks away, has said that he will take the new city of Rawabi under the grid.
Judge Eliana Marengo says hijab not suitable for court proceeding
Prosecution witnesses in the trial testified that with the minister's influence, the Chinese firm was awarded the licences within three days when such a process normally lasted months.
One of the law's key statutes paves the way for China to create a domestic body that would have the power to designate organisations and their members as terrorists without due process
The commission called on al-Sisi to intervene to suspend the execution until the panel finalizes its report on the case
Government forces and Maoist rebels were both accused of war-time abuses, including unlawful killings, arbitrary arrests, disappearances, rape and torture.
Defense says Pentagon convening authority overseeing the trials to reduce costs by speeding up the years-long proceedings is exerting "undue influence" over the trials.
Nisha Biswal, assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, told a news briefing the political tension needed to be addressed internally, but the United States stood ready to help.
Washington launched the mission five months ago and the force peaked at over 2,800 troops at a time when Liberiawas at the epicentre of the worst Ebola epidemic on record.
Foreign minister said she had underlined Georgia's concern about agreements Moscow has signed deepening integration with the Georgian regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Around 450 far-left protesters took to the streets of Athens against the newly elected left-right coalition government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras
On fifth month anniversary of their disappearance, relatives and supporters of the missing students held a march in Mexico City for justice for 43 missing students.
The one-day talks, led by senior diplomats, stem from the decision announced by the two Cold War era foes on Dec. 17 to work to normalize relations
Judge Amanda Woodcock read out her verdict saying "damning evidence" revealed "how little care and kindness the defendant showed" for Erwiana
Khalid al-Fawwaz, 52, faces up to life in prison after a jury convicted him on four conspiracy counts on their third day of deliberations.
Suicide bombings have become a common tactic for Boko Haram in the last year as the group expanded its control over territory in Africa's biggest oil producer and top economy.
Four PDCI dissidents said they would defy the party congress if it supports the arrangement between Ouattara and Bedie and would stand in this year's elections anyway.
Chief of Naval Operations Jonathan Greenert said they should be held more frequently to ensure the Navyis ready for increased operations in the Arctic as weather conditions change
Buhari said "Any form of extensions under whatever guise is unconstitutional and will not be tolerated"