Fri04272018

LAST_UPDATEFri, 27 Apr 2018 12pm

Bavaria Orders Christian Crosses To Be Displayed On Govt Buildings

Germany’s Bavaria has ordered Christian crosses to be placed over the entrances of government buildings to reflect its “cultural identity” as the state continues its feud with Berlin over multiculturalism and open-door policies.

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Sixteen People Killed In Nigerian Church Attack: Police

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LAGOS: Semi-nomadic herdsmen armed with guns killed 16 people on Tuesday in an attack on a church congregation in a central state of Nigeria plagued by communal violence, police said.

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Trump: North Korea Must Get Rid Of Its Nuclear Weapons

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump yesterday said the United States would continue to put “maximum pressure” on North Korea ahead of what he hoped would be positive talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that would lead to Pyongyang’s denuclearisation.

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Kim Jong-Un Swiss Summit Dish To Remind Him Of School

North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is to be served a Swiss potato dish at a summit dinner with the South, in an apparent attempt to remind him of school.

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Spain's Palma To Ban Holiday Rentals After Residents' Complaints

The Spanish resort city of Palma, on the island of Majorca, is to ban flat owners from renting their apartments to travellers, becoming the first place in Spain to introduce such a measure.

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Kim Jong-Un's 'Bitter Sorrow' As Bus Crash Kills Chinese Tourists

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has expressed "bitter sorrow" over a bus accident that left 32 Chinese tourists and four North Koreans dead.

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Severe Weather Hits Kenya Leaving Five DeadToronto Van Attack: Suspect Quizzed After 10 Pedestrians Killed

Canadian police are questioning the suspected driver of a rented van that ploughed into pedestrians in northern Toronto on Monday, killing 10 and injuring 15.

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Severe Weather Hits Kenya Leaving Five Dead

Kenya's rainy season has set in with a vengeance leading to widespread flooding across central and southern parts of the country.

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Angola's First Satellite Defunct Four Months After Launch

Angola's first satellite has been officially declared defunct by Russia, which had partially funded the West African nation's space project.

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Angola Sacks Army Chief And Spy Boss In Latest Anti-Graft Move

Angolan President Joao Lourenco has sacked his country's army chief and the head of the foreign intelligence agency over corruption allegations.

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