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21 Dec 2016
Turkey and Russia along with Iran have been discussing a possible way forward in the Syrian conflict.
21 Dec 2016
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the evacuation of the besieged east of Aleppo is 'wrapping up' and could be complete in days.
19 Dec 2016
Refugees from war-torn Yemen who fled to Somalia say they are struggling to survive, with little access to food, education and healthcare. The International Organization for Migration says at least 6,000 Yemeni refugees have arrived since March 2015.
18 Dec 2016
Zimbabwe's 92-year-old leader, Robert Mugabe, has been endorsed by his Zanu-PF party to stand for another term as president in 2018. But internal divisions threaten to split the party.
16 Dec 2016
Zimbabwe's growing cash crisis and struggling economy will be high on the agenda when the ruling Zanu-PF party holds its annual conference this weekend. There are also fears the ruling party could split over finding a successor for President.

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The European Commission is set to present its strategy for a united effort to ensure gas supplies for the coming winter. Meanwhile, the European Council has adopted a plan to ensure gas storage capacity is filled.
41 mins ago
Sports-loving nuns sometimes meet resistance in the church. That doesn't damper the Vatican's female soccer players' enthusiasm.
1 hour ago
War, climate change, hunger, poverty and health will be on the agenda of the G7 summit in Germany. This will be a key opportunity for Chancellor Olaf Scholz to show strong leadership.
1 hour ago
Latvian singer Intars Busulis had millions of fans in Russia and a successful concert career. But he has given all that up now. He is writing pro-peace songs and using social media to try to show Russians what is happening in Ukraine. The move has come at some cost.
3 hours ago
South Africa's small businesses, still reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and squeezed by inflation at a five-year peak, are now taking further strain during the worst power cuts in over two years.
1 day ago
The remains of Congolese icon Patrice Lumumba, the country's first prime minister, are laid to rest in Kinshasa. Belgium returned a tooth belonging to the murdered independence hero earlier this month. Also, African ministers of education were in Paris on Thursday for a UNESCO summit on tackling the devastating effect that the pandemic has had on education.