The death of former president Nelson Mandela has made headlines in newspapers across the globe
““What an honour it was to step into the shoes of Nelson Mandela and portray a man who defied odds”
Grieving South Africans, some in their pyjamas, poured into the streets on Friday morning after the death of former president Nelson Mandela
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An immigration judge has ruled that President Barack Obama’s Kenyan-born uncle can stay in the US as a lawful resident.
Some members of the US Senate have called for new sanctions against Iran - a move the White House says will alienate Tehran and other countries.
Britain’s David Cameron plans to classify “Islamist extremism” as a distinct ideology after the murder of Lee Rigby.
President Nicolas Maduro has blamed right-wing fascists for a massive power outage that plunged much of Venezuela into darkness.
The Vatican has refused to release information to a UN rights panel regarding its internal investigations into sex abuse cases.
French forensic tests have concluded that former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat did not die of poisoning, as had been suggested by an earlier report.
The driver of the New York train that derailed told investigators he was “in a daze” before the crash.
Britain's Guardian has published less than one percent of the information leaked by Edward Snowden and kept the rest secure, it’s editor told a parliamentary committee.
Swedish police have warned of a growing trend of teenage gang rapes, often filmed or photographed on smartphones, as a high-profile case under a new rape law opened in the capital.
A judge says Detroit is eligible to fix its finances in bankruptcy court.
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