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9/23/2020

Mexican authorities are preparing arrest warrants that could for the first time target soldiers in the investigation into the 2014 abduction and presumed massacre of 43 students. The unsolved kidnapping of the young men...

9/23/2020

Ivory Coast's ruling party said on Tuesday it will push ahead with the October election regardless of whether the opposition participate, comments likely to deepen political tensions in the world's top cocoa producer.

9/23/2020

Mali’s military junta must restore power to civilians and arrange quick elections, France’s president said on Tuesday, warning that the French role in fighting Islamist militants in the region would depend on it.

9/23/2020

At least seven soldiers and their commander have been killed in an ambush by Boko Haram terrorists in Nigeria’s northeast, the epicentre of the group’s insurgency.

9/23/2020

One protester was killed in Cameroon as police and gendarmes put down protests against the veteran President Paul Biya, the country's main opposition party said on Tuesday, while accusing security forces of laying siege...

9/23/2020

Ransomware has been blamed in part for the death of a hospital patient. To prevent similar tragedies, hospitals must improve their cyber preparedness.

9/23/2020

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- The United Arab Emirates has recorded 1,083 new coronavirus infections, marking a four-month peak after schools and businesses reopened across the country.

9/23/2020

Two massacres in the last five days have taken the lives of ten people, bringing the number of people killed in massacres across Mexico to 330 in at least 47 separate incidents since President López Obrador took office i...

9/23/2020

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel on Wednesday reported a new record level of daily cases of coronavirus, shortly before government officials were to meet to discuss tightening a new nationwide lockdown.

9/23/2020

Teachers and student teachers blocked railway tracks at four different points in Michoacán on Monday to demand the payment of bonuses and scholarships and the automatic allocation of jobs to teaching graduates. Members o...

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