Kenya has suspended more than two dozen officials after around 1,000 tonnes of sugar were released to the market despite being declared unfit for consumption.
Kenyan authorities discovered 15 more bodies on Wednesday, rising the death toll into the Kenyan cult probe to 226.
A Hebrew Bible more than 1,000 years old sold for $38.1 million in New York, setting a record for the most valuable manuscript ever sold at auction.
At 95, US Federal Circuit Judge Pauline Newman who is the oldest sitting federal judge, is asked to retire by colleagues, worried about her mental competency.
A former associate of Rudy Giuliani sued the ex-New York mayor for $10 million on Monday, alleging he subjected her to “wide-ranging sexual assault and harassment.” Noelle Dunphy also accuses Giuliani of wage theft and “alcohol-drenched rants that included sexist, racist, and anti-Semitic remarks” that made her work environment “unbearable.” The lawsuit says that the former personal […]
Found in a UN report, Mali’s military junta likely executed more than 500 people in a 2022 operation, US points blame at Russian mercenaries.
The Irish Times newspaper has removed and apologised for publishing its most-read opinion article generated by artificial intelligence.
A fitting resting place for “The King”: six months after his death, Brazil opened Pele’s gilded football=tirfed tomb to the public.
Oscar-winning US actor Jamie Foxx is out of hospital and recuperating from an unspecified medical emergency.
Prosecutors asked that Mohamed Haouas receive a two-year suspended sentence for his role as “leader” in a brawl.
Dubbed the ‘Shakahola Forest Massacre’, Kenyan investigators unearthed 29 more bodies bringing the number of victims linked to a cult to 179.
Belgium announced a 100 million package in aid for Ukraine, funded from taxes on the interest earned by frozen Russian assets.
Rainforest Alliance said it had suspended its certification for two major global tea companies after an investigation into a sexual abuse scandal in Kenya.
K-pop megastars BTS will release a memoir in South Korea and the United States in July, triggering feverish excitement from their global fanbase.
Apple will launch its first online store in Vietnam next week, hoping to cash in on the country’s young and tech-savvy population.
Royal Mail CEO is to step down, after lawmakers criticised the former state-monopoly’s performance, which has been hit by mass strikes.
Pope Francis called for politicians to find solutions to reverse Italy’s declining birthrate, warning young people starting families in a precarious enviroment.
CNN defended its live appearance of Donald Trump following a deluge of criticism after the ex-president used the “town hall” interview.
Portugal looks to approve legalising euthanasia for people in great suffering and with incurable diseases.
Serbian police have arrested 13 people suspected of being leaders of the Balkan drugs cartel smuggling tonnes of cocaine from South America to Europe.
The gang violence ravaging Haiti has led to a 30 percent increase in severe acute malnutrition in children this year, with more young people at risk.
Adidas will sell at least part of its huge inventory of Kanye West’s Yeezy products and donate the proceeds.
The man accused of killing eight people at a Texas shopping mall recently obtained large Nazi tattoos, praised other mass shooters.
A New York jury found Donald Trump liable Tuesday for sexually abusing and defaming an American former magazine columnist and ordered to pay her $5 million in damages.
Canada’s public broadcaster CBC and its French-language arm Radio-Canada said Tuesday that they were returning to Twitter.