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Birth control for men? New male contraceptive ‘Vasalgel’ nears approval for...

The male contraceptive pill is coming and it could be available in three years. The pill, known as Vasalgel would be the first approved...

Tunisia Beach Massacre: Atleast 28 People Including Foreign Tourists Killed

In Tunisia, at least 28 people, including foreign tourists, were killed after a gunman opened fire on a beachside hotel, in the popular resort...

Nigeria Parliament Crisis: APC members openly disagree about key leadership positions

Nigeria's lower parliament was thrown into a rowdy session Thursday, after members' disagreements over the selection of principle officers of the House of Representatives.Members...

Tunisian attack: Gunman hid AK47 in folded umbrella

A young man unfurled an umbrella and pulled out a Kalashnikov, opening fire on European sunbathers in an attack that killed at least 37...

Ban Ki-moon calls for postponement of Burundi elections

Elections in Burundi should be postponed, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Friday, after opposition parties announced they were boycotting the upcoming...

127,000 Burundians flee amid unrest: UN

Nearly 127 000 Burundians have registered as refugees in neighbouring countries and many more have likely fled under the radar from the troubled central...

Somali President: Militants Operate On External Financial Support

In the wake of it's latest attack, Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud says Alshabab is a global network that operates on foreign technical expertise...

Burundi Political Unrest: Vice President Flees, Calls For Embattled President To...

One of Burundi's vice presidents, who has fled to Belgium, has spoken out, saying he received threats after denouncing President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for...

Final moments of Al-Shabaab’s ‘White Beast’

A DISTINCTIVE ginger beard and pale complexion sets the British-born jihadist known as the 'white beast' apart from his fellow militants hiding deep in...

Tunisia attack: At least Nineteen killed in Sousse hotel

At least nineteen people have died after an attack on a hotel in the Tunisian beach resort of Sousse, Tunisia’s interior ministry has said. The attack...
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