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Roger Moore dies at 89

Veteran British actor, Sir Roger Moore, has died at the age of 89, his family confirmed.

Former Congolese Minister being investigated by AG

Attorney-General Flory Numbi confirmed on Friday, that the Congolese government was investigating Former Development Minister Clement Kanku.

Suicide bomber behind Ariana Grande concert attack

The death toll from the explosion has risen to 22 from the 19 initially reported, with 59 injured. Children are listed among the dead.

19 killed in explosion at Ariana Grande concert

Nineteen people have been killed and many others injured after an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena in England on Monday.

Road to Downing Street: Weekend Review

Just 17 days remain before voters in the United Kingdom head to the polls, again.

Kremlin: US-led airstrikes in Syria are a gross violation

Word from the Kremlin is that Russia was not amused, following another series of United States-sanctioned airstrikes in Syria this week.

Chris Cornell cause of death confirmed: suicide by hanging

Medical officials have confirmed that renowned musician, Chris Cornell, died as a result of suicide by hanging.

Forests being lost at rate of 3.3-million hectares per year

The United Nations said its 2030 sustainable development goals would not be met if the destruction of forests throughout Asia continued unabated.

Afghanistan conflict spiraling out of control

United Nations Representative Tadamichi Yamamoto said he was appalled by the news of an unexploded mortar round killing five children in Afghanistan this week.

Deutsche Bank executives to face the music

Former board members of the Deutsche Bank are expected to face the music, as they were the ones who presided over the failure of Germany's flagship banking institution.

Ex-FBI chief to oversee Trump-Russia ties investigation

Mueller, who served as FBI director under both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, was recently fired FBI director, James Comey's immediate predecessor.
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