Zimbabwe was set for more political turmoil Saturday with protests planned as veterans of the independence war, activists and ruling party leaders called publicly for President Robert Mugabe to be forced from office.
Emmerson Mnangagwa appeared well-placed to reprise his leading role in Zimbabwe after returning to the country in the wake of the army’s takeover, prompted by his sacking by President Robert Mugabe.
From the White House to Congress to the Supreme Court, Washington has had its share of sexual scandals.
Belgian prosecutors asked a judge Friday to extradite axed Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont to Spain to face sedition charges over his region’s independence drive, with the court setting a date of December 4 for the next hearing.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel heads back into tense coalition talks Saturday in a last-ditch effort to forge a coalition government and avert a political crisis in Europe’s biggest economy.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Saturday left Saudi Arabia for France, a television channel owned by his family said, two weeks after his shock resignation.
Russian state television said Friday it would not broadcast the Winter Olympics from South Korea next year if the Russian team is banned from the games over doping.
American civil rights leader Jesse Jackson announced Friday that he has the degenerative neurological disease Parkinson’s.
He accepted living in her shadow. She forgave his periodic gaffes.
The latest US and Russian bid to find enough common ground on which to build some hope for Syria is in trouble, just days ahead of talks that could make or break the peace process.
French screen legend and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot on Friday slammed US President Donald Trump as “unfit for office” after his administration’s “shameful actions” in authorizing the import of Zimbabwean elephant hunting trophies.