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Nigerian police have raided an alleged illegal orphanage where they rescued young women who have apparently been forced to bear children with the aim of selling them, a spokesman said Friday. “We discovered the baby factory in the Uruah
More than 181,000 people have fled fighting between government troops and Taliban or al-Qaeda-linked militants in northwest Pakistan, the U.N. refugee agency said on Friday. “The number of people displaced by an ongoing government
The African Union denounced South Sudan’s occupation of a vital oil field in a disputed border region with Sudan as illegal and urged the two former civil war foes to work to avert a “disastrous” war. Fighting between Sudan and South Sudan this week
The straw-roofed hut stood little chance when rebel forces allegedly backed by South Sudan made an unusually drawn-out offensive against this strategic town in South Kordofan state early this month. The room was barely large enough for
“For a few to be immortal, many must die.” That was one of the last sentences Henry Hamilton said to Will Salas before jumping off the ledge. I recently watched an in-flight movie titled “In Time” - which features the above dialogue - and it wasn’t
After the death of their spiritual leader, more than 2,000 Egyptian Copts have poured into the Holy Land for the Easter holidays, defying a ban he imposed on visiting Jerusalem and other Israeli-controlled areas. The influx - after
Syria’s opposition has called for major protests on Friday, as skirmishes between troops and rebels tested a shaky ceasefire to end a 13-month crackdown on dissent that has killed thousands. After the ceasefire came into force at
It was a simple gesture: About a decade ago, Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, a senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, took a pen as a present to Egypt’s most famous novelist and Nobel laureate on his 92nd birthday. It was also a gesture of
A “terrorist” state must not be allowed to take root in Africa’s Sahel region, where rebels and Islamists have seized the northern half of Mali, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Friday. “Everything must be done to avoid the
A Japanese “black widow” that killed three men after dating them for their money was sentenced to death on Friday in a case known by the name of the female spider that eats its partner after mating. Kanae Kijima, 37, was convicted of
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