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    Zambia's Edgar Lungu sworn in after opposition's bid to block inauguration fails
    Zambia's Edgar Lungu sworn in after opposition's bid to block inauguration fails
    Zambian President Edgar Lungu has been sworn into office after the country's top court rejected a petition by the opposition to block his inauguration as "illegal and unconstitutional"....
    We are still suffering from the events of that day ... 9/11: An Afghan perspective
    We are still suffering from the events of that day ... 9/11: An Afghan perspective
    This is a first-person narrative by Bismillah Ranjbar, an Afghan who remembers the 9/11 attacks and the changes they brought to his life....
    Record turnout in Hong Kong legislative election as anti-Beijing sentiments increase
    Record turnout in Hong Kong legislative election as anti-Beijing sentiments increase
    Hong Kongers are heading to the polls for the first major election since pro-democracy street protests rocked the Chinese...
    Corsica refuses to drop burkini ban, becomes the third French town to do so
    Corsica refuses to drop burkini ban, becomes the third French town to do so
    A Corsican seaside resort has become the third French town to ban full-body swimsuits worn by some Muslim women after scuffles on the beach.
    Donald Trump's campaign denies advocating Hillary Clinton's assassination
    Donald Trump's campaign denies advocating Hillary Clinton's assassination
    Donald Trump's campaign spokesman has denied allegations that the Republican presidential nominee had advocated the assassination of his Democratic...
    German-Iranian shooter kills nine before turning gun on himself
    German-Iranian shooter kills nine before turning gun on himself
    A shooting rampage at a busy shopping centre in the German city of Munich, which killed at least nine people, was carried out by a sole attacker,...
    Turkey mulls reinstating death penalty: 'Coup organisers will have to pay the price'
    Turkey mulls reinstating death penalty: 'Coup organisers will have to pay the price'
    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Turkey would consider reinstating the death penalty after the failed attempt to...
    History repeating itself: A timeline of Turkey's coups d'état
    History repeating itself: A timeline of Turkey's coups d'état
    Kenan Evren, the former Turkish president, is only the most recent in a long line of military officers to seize power in a coup.
    Zambia's electoral commission halts campaigning in the capital for 10 days following the death of opposition supporter
    Zambia's electoral commission halts campaigning in the capital for 10 days following the death of opposition supporter
    Political campaigning in Zambia's capital Lusaka has been suspended for 10 days because of violent clashes ahead of next month's national elections, the electoral commission said....
    Germany moves to approve 'No means No' law to broaden their legal definition of rape
    Germany moves to approve 'No means No' law to broaden their legal definition of rape
    The German parliament is expected to pass a new law broadening the definition of sex crimes to cover cases in which a victim withheld consent but...
    Obama to leave 8 400 troops in Afghanistan instead of the bigger withdrawal he promised
    Obama to leave 8 400 troops in Afghanistan instead of the bigger withdrawal he promised
    United States President Barack Obama has announced that he plans to leave 8 400 American troops in Afghanistan when he finishes his term – an...
    Brexit fallout: David Cameron leaves a rudderless ship to meet EU leaders in Brussels
    Brexit fallout: David Cameron leaves a rudderless ship to meet EU leaders in Brussels
    Prime Minister David Cameron is heading to Brussels to meet with EU members for the first time since