An Indian man who used a cobra and a viper to murder his wife has been handed a double life sentence
The Taliban have banned barbers in Helmand province in Afghanistan from shaving or trimming beards.
China’s central bank has declared all transactions involving Bitcoin and other virtual currencies illegal, stepping up a campaign to block use of unofficial digital money.
In Togo, the government has ordered all places of worship to shut down for one month starting on Friday, following a “worrying upsurge” in coronavirus cases in recent weeks.
At least five people have been reported killed at Kabul airport as Afghans attempt to run away from their country, after the Taliban took control of the government.
A Belarusian sprinter said she was taken to the airport against her wishes on Sunday to board a flight back home after she complained about national coaches at the Tokyo Olympics
President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa has called for people to “stand against violence” in response to deadly unrest triggered by the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma.
Bill Cosby was freed after nearly three years in prison, following a decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday, 30th June.
Goodluck Jonathan – the immediate past President of Nigeria – has been appointed as the Chancellor of Cavendish University Uganda.
Co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey tweeted the flag of Nigeria, a gesture many online users have attributed to the celebration of Democracy Day in the country. Twitter had been in a face-off with the Nigerian government after deleting a tweet posted by President Muhammadu Buhari which evoked the memories of the Nigerian Civil […]