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On disputed land, Zimbabweans see hope after Mugabe's exit

On disputed land, Zimbabweans see hope after Mugabe wife's exit; 'God bless her, we suffered'

12 injured in air strikes said to be targeting…

Twelve people, including children, have been injured in five air raids on Arbeen city, an eastern suburb of Damascus

The Korean DMZ Has Kept Two Massive Militaries…

A 2.5-mile-wide strip of land is all that's keeping two heavily armed countries from facing off.

Britain cries foul as EU nixes its Capital of Culture bid

UK politicians have expressed dismay after the European Union booted Britain out of the contest to become European Capital of Culture because of Brexit

Snake on a train: man grabs and kills snake on…

Eyewitness video shows passenger pulling snake from roof of Jakarta train before killing it

US Says Myanmar's Treatment of Rohingya Is Ethnic…

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson condemned the "horrendous atrocities" suffered by Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim population.

The Latest: General: Russia likely to scale down…

Chief of Russian General Staff says Russia is likely to scale down its military presence in Syria "significantly" before the year's end.

Uzbekistan, South Korea ink deals for about $9B

Coffee in moderation has 'benefits'

Researchers have found that drinking three to four cups of coffee a day could lower the risk of developing cardiovascular problems.

Lebanon's Saad Al-Hariri Stays On As Prime…

Hariri previously announced he would resign on Nov. 4 while he was in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Sound heard in Argentine sub search comes from…

Argentina's navy says that a sound detected during the search for a missing submarine is consistent with that of an explosion _ an ominous development in the hunt for the vessel with 44 crew members

BRIEF: Ashgabat hosts Turkmen-Russian economic forum

Who burnt the cakes? Belgian waffle fire chokes…


Ratko Mladić — Leader Of Srebrenica Massac…

The former Bosnian Serb army commander has been convicted on charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Lebanese PM Hariri assures bankers stability…

Lebanese PM Hariri assures regional banking conference that Lebanon's stability remains his primary concern

BRIEF: Deputy PM: Turkish president to visit Greece

Swipe: Andy Serkis and sport tech

In this episode of Swipe, Lord of the Rings star Andy Serkis chats to reporter Chris Creegan about his latest work on Planet of the Apes.

Watch A North Korean Soldier's Risky Defection…

For the first time, the United Nations Command has released security footage of a North Korean's defection across the demilitarized zone.

Correction: Germany-North Korea-Protest story

Correction: Germany-North Korea-Protest story

BRIEF: Uzbekistan , Philippines eye economic cooperation

Budget 'post-match analysis'

Sky's Economics Editor, Ed Conway, takes us through some of the post-Budget analysis.

Zimbabwe Is Set To Swear In Its New President

Former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa will reportedly be sworn in as Zimbabwe's president Friday.