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    Zimbabwe’s main opposition party says its acting leader will stay at the helm following the death of former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai earlier this month. But signs of internal division remain, something analysts say could handicap the opposition with elections just months away.The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) goes into
    Zimbabwe recall Sean Williams, Cephas Zhuwao for World Cup Qualifiers College basketball's FBI corruption scandal now has more names attached. Here's what to know. - SB Nation Zimbabwe's slums grow as hard-up residents seek cheaper... 
    As Europe seeks to stop migrants and militants reaching its shores, EU's Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini said Friday that international donors have raised more than $500 million for a multinational military force in West Africa's Sahel region. VOA's Mariama Diallo reports.
    Britain moves towards making adults presumed organ donors Abe's adviser, China's top diplomat vow to tackle N Korea European leaders boost Sahel anti-extremist funding 
    Twin car bombs killed 18 people in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Friday in an attack by the Islamist militant group al Shabaab, but security forces shot dead five assailants, officials said.
    Death toll from twin blasts in Somalia's capital rises... News24.com | Death toll rises to 38 in Mogadishu bombings Death toll from Somalia blasts rises to 45: government official 
    News18India vs South Africa: Virat Kohli and Bowlers Were the Standout Performers Against SA, Says Kris SrikkanthNews18New Delhi: The Indian team has had good returns in the ongoing South African tour, as they managed to win the final Test at Johannesburg, and then trounced the hosts 5-1 in the ODI
    Sunil Gavaskar, Shaun Pollock to award Virat Kohli ICC Test mace after final T20 in Cape Town South Africa name uncapped Heinrich Klaasen, Wiaan Mulder for Australia Tests Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, MS Dhoni to be rested for Sri Lanka T20 tri-series: Report 
    An unbeatable 2-1 lead already in its grasp, the Indian women's cricket team would look to extend its domination in the shortest format and achieve a rare double series win when it takes on South Africa in the fifth and final Twenty20 International on Saturday.
    Olympics-Speedskating-Women's mass start 16 laps... Sunil Gavaskar, Shaun Pollock to award Virat Kohli ICC Test mace after final T20 in Cape Town South Africa name uncapped Heinrich Klaasen, Wiaan Mulder for Australia Tests 
    Hannibal's five-months journey from North Africa to Europe to fight the Roman Empire is revealed in a new documentary. Experts claim Hannibal led 40,000 men 9,000 horses and 37 elephants.
    Reusable bags and no elephants Myanmar, Conservationists Collaborating to Save Wild Elephants David Cross defends Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor 
    Author: AFPSat, 2018-02-24 03:00ID: 1519424309021324700MACERATA: “There’s starting to be too many of them,” says a young man at a bar in the central Italian city of Macerata.He does not wish to give his name, but the “them” he talks about are migrants, refugees and asylum seekers. The issue has dominated political headlines
    France beat Italy 34-17 in Six Nations Six Nations 2018: Mathieu Bastareaud stars as France end eight-game losing streak with 34-17 win over Italy Battleground Northeast: Nagaland readies for poll 
    A judge in South Sudan has sentenced South African citizen William John Endley to death by hanging, after he was charged with spying, illegal entry to South Sudan and conspiracy to overthrow President Salva Kiir's government.Endley worked for rebel leader Riek Machar as a security adviser and was arrested in
    Lauren Brant celebrates birthday in red jumpsuit and crown Canadian athlete arrested after taking a car at Olympics South Sudan military officers may have committed war crimes: U.N. 
    The European Union and other international donors pledged more than half-a-billion dollars Friday to support a multi-national military operation in Africa’s vast Sahel region, which has fallen prey to smugglers, human traffickers and terrorists in recent years. Speaking after an international meeting on the Sahel in Brussels, European Union foreign policy
    Britain moves towards making adults presumed organ donors EU Top Diplomat: Donors Raised $510 Million for G5 Sahel Force European leaders boost Sahel anti-extremist funding 
    In Boston's Irish neighborhoods, word on immigration spreads quietly and quickly. Reporters are met with suspicion."The last person who gave an interview, he ended up getting deported. You know that, right?" asked Thomas Callahan, an undocumented Irishman who reluctantly provided his full name.He and others recall John Cunningham — a
    Deportations Rise, Increasingly Among Those With No Criminal Record US deportations targeting more people with no crime... Irish PM calls for 'real detail' on Brexit 
    February marks the seventh anniversary of the Libyan revolution, but many Libyans believe there is not much to celebrate as they are still waiting for the birth of a democratic state.Since the fall of long-time leader Moammar Gadhafi in 2011, Libya has been torn apart by a power struggle waged
    The Industrial revolution and the textile industry: How Legal limbo looms for banks in Brexit transition tumult U.S. shale investors still waiting on payoff from oil boom 
    Thousands of African migrants in Israel are facing growing uncertainty as a looming deadline for deportation approaches."We are refugees, we are not criminals!" chanted dozens of protesting migrants, some of them symbolically wrapped in chains.The slogan goes to the heart of the tug of war between some 40,000 Africans who
    Merkel's Bavarian allies warn SPD to stick to deal on migrants Trailer packed with 103 migrants found near US border African migrants keep football dreams alive in Morocco camp 

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