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The US House of Representatives is expected on Thursday to take its most concrete step yet in impeaching Donald

28 killed in fiery Nigeria bus-truck collision

Twenty-eight people were killed in northern Nigeria on Thursday when two vehicles collided and

Mexico ratifies modified free trade deal with U.S., Canada

The Mexican Senate ratified on Thursday the modified U.S.-Mexico-Canada

At least 6 killed in multi-vehicle crash in southern Philippines

At least six people, including four children, were killed

Election results 2019: Johnson hails 'historic' Conservative victory

Boris Johnson has said the forecast general election result

Nigeria puts 47 men on trial for homosexuality

A group of 47 men has appeared in a Nigerian court charged with homosexuality,

Thousands protest in Algeria over disputed election

Thousands of people took to the streets in Algiers and other cities on Thursday

Alarm as ebola cases rise sharply in Congo

Twenty-three cases of Ebola have been recorded in four days in eastern Democratic Republic

NZ troops complete daring volcano mission to retrieve bodies

A team of elite New 

US should recognize American Samoans as citizens, judge says

People born in the territory of American Samoa should

Brexit Party chief claims credit for Tory gains

The Brexit Party came into Britain's general election holding

Trump Jr slammed for slaying endangered Mongolian sheep

Animal rights activists have slammed Donald Trump Jr after it emerged he killed an

71 killed in jihadist attack at Niger military camp

Hundreds of jihadists attacked a Niger military camp near the border with Mali with

EU leaders break stalemate over climate target, claim deal

EU leaders broke a deadlock early Friday and claimed a deal over a key

Bolsonaro takes softer tone on Argentine president

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro toned down his criticism of Argentina's new left-leaning Peronist government on Wednesday and said he

Opposition leader Jeremy hopes to be PM

Jeremy Corbyn hopes to become Britain's prime minister on Thursday (Dec 12) after a campaign in which the Labour

Algeria holds presidential vote boycotted

Algeria's government held a long-delayed presidential election on Thursday, despite months of street demonstrations by protesters who view the

Russia expels 2 German diplomats

Russia expelled two German diplomats Thursday in retaliation for Germany ejecting two employees of the Russian Embassy in Berlin

Bayern hopes to make up lost ground with only 13 fit players

UN chief: Failure on climate will mean economic disaster

Algerians are choosing a new president in contentious poll

Greta Thunberg is youngest Time Person of the Year

Greta Thunberg, the Swedish schoolgirl who inspired a global movement to fight climate change,

Stand-out student among passengers on missing Chilean plane

When Chilean university student Ignacio Parada boarded a military transport plane bound for the

Fears mount that New Jersey shooting was anti-Semitic attack

Fears that a deadly shooting at a Jewish market in Jersey City was an

New Zealand hospitals order skin to treat volcano survivors

New Zealand medical staff were working around the clock Thursday treating severely burned

Protest in Australia as bushfire sparks health fears

Up to 20,000 protesters rallied in Sydney on Wednesday demanding urgent climate action from Australia's government, as bushfire smoke

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