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- On torture, war crimes and Trump's pick for CIA director March 23, 2018Gina Haspel, TrumpÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s CIA director pick, oversaw the torture of dozens of people.
- Protests erupt in Barcelona after Catalan leaders jailed March 23, 2018Spanish High Court detains five Catalan politicians for their involvement in the region's October secessionist bid.
- Species worldwide in decline as result of human activity March 23, 2018Over the coming decades, climate change will worsen the loss of biodiversity even more, the report warned.
- Is the United States becoming more belligerent? March 23, 2018Foreign policy hawk John Bolton is to take over as US national security adviser.
- Will Putin follow in Brezhnev's footsteps? March 23, 2018What should Russia and the world expect in the next six years?
- Palestine Marathon puts spotlight on right of movement March 23, 2018The annual event aims to 'focus the lens on the basic right to move freely in Palestine'.
- Martin Vizcarra sworn in as Peru's president March 23, 2018Former President Kuczynski resigned over allegations of corruption related to pan Latin America Odebrecht scandal
- Afghanistan: Deadly car bombing near Helmand stadium March 23, 2018Car bomb explosion near stadium hosting wrestling match kills at least 14 and wounds 40, health official says.
- Dreamers feel 'sold out' as Trump signs spending bill March 23, 2018US president says he considers move to block massive $1.3 trillion spending bill after Democrats 'abandoned' Dreamers.
- Syria: Second evacuation deal reached in Eastern Ghouta March 23, 2018Faylaq ar-Rahman group agrees to Russian-brokered deal and will begin evacuating 7,000 fighters, civilians on Saturday.
- Hyenas, wolves and disease 'welcome' Yemenis fleeing war March 23, 2018Yemeni refugees struggle to wait out the war in the heat of Djibouti, longing to return home.
- Steven Pinker on Trump, violence, and religion March 23, 2018Author and professor Steven Pinker says the Enlightenment brought progress to the world - but is his data misleading?
- Hostage-taker in French supermarket killed by police March 23, 2018Police shoot dead a man who took hostages at a supermarket in southwestern France.
- US charges nine Iranians suspected of hacking universities March 23, 2018US officials accuse the nine individuals of stealing information from more than 300 universities in 22 countries.
- 'Dozens burned to death' in Syria attacks on East Ghouta March 23, 2018Mostly women and children among the dead in air attacks on an underground shelter in Irbin area, activists say.
- Shark alert: Whales stranded in western Australia March 23, 2018Rescuers are attempting to save the whales that are still alive, but the government is rushing to deal with the carcasses of the dead whales before they attract sharks to shore and bathing human populations.
- Chile droughts: Private water system under pressure March 23, 2018Water is becoming increasingly scarce in Chile due to drought, the overuse of aquifers and a dysfunctional system of private water ownership.
- China 'not afraid' of a trade war, threatens US with tariffs March 23, 2018China considers raising tariffs on 128 US products worth $3bn as Asian stock markets take a hit.
- Push in Iraq to get trains back on track March 23, 2018The US invasion, occupation and the subsequent war with ISIL have left the Iraqi rail network a shadow of its former self.
- Tunisia's revolution: Relatives of victims demand justice March 23, 2018The government has not released a list of those killed and wounded in the revolution, stymying attempts to seek justice against members of the regimes security forces or get medical care for injuries suffered during the revolution.
- On torture, war crimes and Trump's pick for CIA director
- Protests erupt in Barcelona after Catalan leaders jailed
- Species worldwide in decline as result of human activity
- Is the United States becoming more belligerent?
- Will Putin follow in Brezhnev's footsteps?
- Palestine Marathon puts spotlight on right of movement
- Martin Vizcarra sworn in as Peru's president
- Afghanistan: Deadly car bombing near Helmand stadium
- Dreamers feel 'sold out' as Trump signs spending bill
- Syria: Second evacuation deal reached in Eastern Ghouta
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- Global Health: South Sudan Halts Spread of Crippling Guinea Worms March 22, 2018It has been 15 months — longer than the worm’s life cycle — since the last case of infection, which means the parasite is nearing eradication in the country.DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.
- Most of Africa’s Leaders Sign On to Continent-Wide Free Trade Pact March 21, 2018More than 40 countries agreed to a plan leaders hope will create jobs, boost trade and diversify economies across the continent. But among the holdouts were two of Africa’s biggest economies.JINA MOORE
- Boko Haram Returns Dozens of Schoolgirls Kidnapped in Nigeria March 22, 2018The unexpected return of the girls may turn out to be a major propaganda coup for Boko Haram, although some girls are still missing, and the group warned the girls to never go back to school again.DIONNE SEARCEY and EMMANUEL AKINWOTU
- Cambridge Analytica Had a Role in Kenya Election, Too March 20, 2018An undercover video broadcast on British television revealed that the company worked for the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.JINA MOORE
- The Last Male Northern White Rhino Is Gone March 20, 2018The 45-year-old Sudan, the sole remaining male of the rare subspecies of white rhino, died in Kenya.
- Sudan, the Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies in Kenya March 21, 2018Just two members of the charismatic subspecies remain, both female. But scientists still hope to prevent the extinction of the animals.RACHEL NUWER
- Nigeria Failed to Act in Schoolgirl Kidnappings by Boko Haram, Report Says March 20, 2018Amnesty International accused security forces of doing nothing despite warnings that the militants were nearby. The military denounced the group’s findings.DIONNE SEARCEY and EMMANUEL AKINWOTU
- Soldier in Bloody Niger Mission Had Warned of Gaps, Defense Officials Say March 20, 2018Pentagon leaders are said to be troubled by draft conclusions of an inquiry that blames low-level officers in an ambush that killed four American troops.HELENE COOPER, THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF and ERIC SCHMITT
- How the Ambush of U.S. Soldiers in Niger Unfolded March 20, 2018One of the American soldiers ambushed by militants in Niger was wearing a helmet camera – we analyzed the footage to understand what happened.
- Boko Haram’s Seizure of 110 Girls Taunts Nigeria, and Its Leader March 19, 2018The president has often declared the Islamist group defeated, so its latest mass abduction threatens to become a major issue in next year’s election.JONATHAN GOPEP, DIONNE SEARCEY and EMMANUEL AKINWOTU
- Egyptians to vote Monday, Sisi re-election guaranteed60 million people are registered to vote in three days of polling on March 26, 27, and 28.
- Sweden not ruling out Ibrahimovic recall"I miss the national team," the 36-year-old former captain said.
- Akida, keeper Akinyi out of Kenya-Zambia gameThis will be Starlets’ first engagement since September last year.
- Facebook as an election weapon, from Obama to TrumpUse of Facebook data to target voters has triggered global outrage with Cambridge Analytica scandal.
- Zimbabwe opposition fires Thokozani Khupe ahead of key pollsMovement for Democratic Change expels Thokozani Khupe, a former deputy prime minister.
- On the occasion of 50th Kenya Open, some stories from the golf courseI Iearnt that golf can literary raise a man from the dead.