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Pope calls for 'moderation and dialogue' in Jerusalem

Pope Francis is calling for "moderation and dialogue" in the wake of the violence that has recently rocked Israel's capital city of Jerusalem.

Fox backs plans for transitional agreement with EU

Liam Fox said a transition agreement between he United Kingdom and the European Union made sense, as both sides continue with their Brexit negotiations.

Somalian tensions spark a fresh bloodbath

Authorities say at least 20 people have been killed, following two days of extreme violence between Galmudug and Ahlu Sunna forces in Somalia at the weekend.

Ecowas wants West Africa birth rate cut

Ecowas is calling on member states to act to cut the birth rate in the region in order to promote real and enduring development.

Mugabe targeting Zimbabwe's youth

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe said it had become more crucial than ever that young people take part in that country's electoral process.

100 000 displaced and two dead as floods rip through Myanmar

More than 100 000 people have been displaced and two locals have died, following massive floods that ripped through Myanmar this week.

Burundi robotics team goes missing in the US

Six members of the robotics team representing Burundi at a competition in the United States have been reported missing.

ICC judges ordered to review Gbagbo detainment

An appeals court has ruled that judges for the International Criminal Court presiding over the trial of former president of the Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo to review their decision to continue holding him in detention.

Veteran US senator John McCain diagnosed with brain tumour

Veteran United States politician and former presidential candidate John McCain has been diagnosed with a brain tumour.

Matheson takes over Global Resources at Nike

Nike's Monique Matheson will take over at the helm of the company's Global Human Resources, succeeding David Ayre, who retires from the company this year.

Darwin replaced by Jane Austen on new British £10 note

Exisiting £10 notes, which have Charles Darwin on them, will cease to be legal tender in the first half of 2018.
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