Alan Kurdi's father hopes to join German rescue ship named after son
The image of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, who drowned crossing the Mediterranean Sea fleeing the Syrian civil war, caused international outrage. Alan's father now hopes to join the German rescue boat named after his son.
Logitech rises after Plantronics deal falters
Logitech International said it’s not in acquisition talks with Plantronics Inc., according to a statement from the Swiss company.
Niger Delta gets framework for inclusive growth as PIND, USAID wind down SACE programme
Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) Thursday celebrated its five-year collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) which gave rise to a framework for reform that promotes inclusive economic growth in the Niger Delta.
Why war games suspension is a huge concession for U.S.
Lisa Collins, Korea chair at Center for Strategic & International Studies, discusses the impact of President Donald Trump stating that the United States will suspend military exercises with South Korea.
England wins under 20 FIFA U-20 World Cup
England has won its first major international tournament since 1966, after the under 20 side beat Venezuela to lift the FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Germany's Podolski crowns farewell with stunning winner over England
German striker Lukas Podolski scores the winner during his last international appearance as the world champions defeat England 1-0.
Interpol issues 'red notice' for North Koreans linked to Kim murder
Malaysian police says Interpol has issued a red notice, the closest thing to an international arrest warrant, for four North Koreans wanted in connection with the murder of Kim Jong Nam.
South Sudan violence prompts humanitarian crisis in Uganda
The international humanitarian organisation Lutheran World Federation says Uganda's refugee crisis is the largest refugee crisis in Africa and the third largest in the world.