Italian coastguard ship carrying 522 migrants docks in Sicily

An Italian coastguard ship carrying more than 500 migrants, including dozens rescued by the US Navy off Libya last week, arrived Tuesday night at a port in Sicily, days after the new ... Continue Reading →

23 Presidential candidates cleared for Zimbabwe’s July vote

A record 23 presidential candidates were cleared on Thursday to run in Zimbabwe's elections due on July 30, including incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa and young opposition leader Nelson ... Continue Reading →

23 Presidential candidates cleared for Zimbabwe’s July vote

A record 23 presidential candidates were cleared on Thursday to run in Zimbabwe's elections due on July 30, including incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa and young opposition leader Nelson ... Continue Reading →

Moroccans bitter over World Cup 2026 flop

The award of the 2026 World Cup to North America on Wednesday was met with bitter disappointment in Morocco, after its fifth failed bid to host the tournament.The joint ticket of the ... Continue Reading →

Praslin culinary festival, arts festival dominate Seychelles’ National Arts Council 2018 calendar

The Seychelles National Arts Council is bringing back the Praslin culinary festival this year and adding an arts festival to its calendar of activities. The chief executive, Jimmy Savy, ... Continue Reading →