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12 Jun 2017
President Emmanuel Macron's fledgeling party is set to trounce France's traditional main parties in a parliamentary election and secure a huge majority to push through his pro-business reforms, projections after the first round show.
12 Jun 2017
Igbo eviction notice from North is a crime - John Nwodo
12 Jun 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May's new and continuing cabinet members arrive at 10 Downing Street.
12 Jun 2017
Hours after attacks on a community and some areas in Maiduguri by the Boko Haram insurgents, acting president Yemi Osinbajo defied the presumed security threat to flagging off federal government’s emergency food intervention for the Northeast in Borno State.
12 Jun 2017
Police nab notorious kidnapper 'Evans', expose lavish lifestyle.
12 Jun 2017
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May forms her cabinet after a bruising election last week that wiped out her majority in the UK parliament.
12 Jun 2017
The killing of three American soldiers by an Afghan counterpart comes as the Trump administration discusses whether to send thousands of additional U.S. and coalition troops to the country.
12 Jun 2017
Paris Club refund - Wike debunks reports of N34bn payment to Rivers State.
12 Jun 2017
"We have to be here, we have to stick together," says demonstrator Dakota Fabro during the Equality March for Unity and Pride in Washington, D.C.
12 Jun 2017
President Trump slammed James Comey, days after the fired FBI director's testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
12 Jun 2017
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called President Trump the 'worst and most dangerous president in the history of our country' and blasted him as not being a friend of the working class at the 'People's Summit' in Chicago on Saturday.
12 Jun 2017
First Lady Melania Trump and her son Barron arrive in Washington as they officially move into the White House.

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We look at how the French and British papers are covering their nations' World Cup wins, as well as their future face-off in the quarter-finals. We also discuss the possibility of the Iranian morality police being disbanded. The South African press weighs in the political future of President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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A handful of African companies have finally started shipping goods under the long-delayed AfCFTA free trade agreement. They're part of a new initiative to kick-start intra-African trade.
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Church-led marches across the Democratic Republic of Congo saw protesters decry fighting in the country's restive east and condemn neighboring Rwanda for allegedly backing rebels.
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The price cap could make it difficult for Moscow to sell its oil for a higher price. Meanwhile, a senior US intelligence official said the war was at a ''reduced tempo.'' DW has the latest.
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Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham is among the hottest talents at the Qatar World Cup. The 19-year-old has the world at his feet ahead of the tournament. Back home, his former coaches are as proud as can be.
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A female MP in Senegal is slapped, kicked and knocked to the ground in the country’s National Assembly, this after allegedly insulting a pro-opposition religious leader. Also, South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to fight for his position after a preliminary investigation found he may have committed serious crimes. Finally, we bring you all the football news from the World Cup in Qatar.