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Little more than one week after a massacre in Somalia killed more than 350 people in the capital, an attack near Mogadishu on Sunday has claimed the lives of at least 11 people, witnesses told Al Jazeera.
Harry Kane says he feels he can score in every game for Tottenham as they prepare to face Liverpool.
After his victory in Sunday’s election, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces a daunting in-tray, ranging from North Korean missiles to a rapidly ageing society.
Gary Neville admits he is a "million miles away" from going back into management following his roles with Valencia and England.
John Stones believes Manchester City's success is being fuelled by competition between the forwards.
At least 26 people were killed during clashes in a southeast region of the Central African Republic where the government has struggled to assert its authority, the UN's peacekeeping force in the country said on Friday.
Bitcoin surged to a record high of more than $6,000 on Friday, pushing its market capitalization to $100 billion at one point, as investors continued to bet on an asset that has a limited supply and has paved the way for a whole slew of crypto-currencies.
China Central Commission for Discipline Inspection has investigated 440 officials for corruption in the past five years.
Justice Yusuf Halilu of the FCT High Court, Jabi, on Tuesday granted the application of Farouk Lawan seeking transfer of his case from Justice Angela Otaluka of FCT Lugbe High Court.
Justice Yemi Ajayi of Oyo State High Court, Ibadan, has ruled that a former executive director of the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (IAR&T), Ibadan, Professor Benjamin Ogunbodede, be remanded in prison custody, following his alleged involvement in a N204.9m fraud.