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WINDHOEK (Reuters) - Namibians voted on Friday in Africa's first electronic election that is expected see the SWAPO party extend its 24-year rule with...

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KANO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Gunmen set off three bombs and opened fire on worshippers at the central mosque in north Nigeria's biggest city Kano,...

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YENAGOA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Three expatriate construction workers were kidnapped on Friday in Nigeria's Bayelsa state in the delta region, a security forces spokesman...

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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of pro-democracy activists clashed with police in running scuffles in the gritty district of Mong Kok early on Saturday...

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PARIS (Reuters) - France wants to gradually phase out the use of diesel fuel for private passenger transport and will put in place a...

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KANO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Gunmen exploded bombs and opened fire on worshippers gathered at the central mosque of north Nigeria's biggest city, Kano, for...

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CAIRO (Reuters) - Two people including an army general were killed and 25 were wounded on Friday in a drive-by shooting and clashes that...

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BEIJING (Reuters) - An investigation into China's former domestic security chief is probing five different networks, the newspaper of the ruling Communist Party said...

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ANKARA (Reuters) - Pope Francis called for an end to all forms of fundamentalism on Friday and said fighting hunger and poverty, rather than...

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PARIS (Reuters) - France warned on Friday it would recognise a Palestinian state if a final international effort to overcome the impasse between Israelis...