An opposition official said information from “confidential sources” showed Odinga had secured victory, contradicting official preliminary results.
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North Korea freed a Canadian pastor serving a life sentence on humanitarian grounds hours after Trump warned he would counter North Korea’s threats with “fire and fury”.
About 30 ANC MPs sided with the opposition in the secret ballot, leaving Zuma with what one commentator said might prove to be a pyrrhic victory.
Protests erupted after Kenya’s election commission dismissed claims by opposition leader Raila Odinga that hacking had produced a “fictitious” lead for President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Fear of conscription has been a major sticking point in the local agreements, encouraging residents to leave for rebel-held areas of northern Syria.
The UN Security Council urged warring factions in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeastern Nigeria to allow humanitarian aid access and countries to donate more to save 20 million people from famine.
Five transgender members of the US military, including Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, are suing Trump over his ban on transgender troops.
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani appointed two women vice-presidents but made no changes to an all-male list of cabinet ministers criticised by opponents.
A commission reviewing PRI statutes voted to make the change on Wednesday but the move must still be approved by a wider group on Saturday.
Netanyahu accused his leftist opponents and the country’s media of trying to oust his government by pressuring investigators to indict him “at any cost” in two cases of corruption.
Nationals from dozens of countries in Europe and elsewhere including India and the US only need present a valid passport to enter the country.
The FBI raided the home of Trump’s former campaign manager as part of an intensifying Russia investigation into interference in the 2016 election .
The group killed at least 18 people in attacks on parliament in Tehran and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini on June 7.
Both leaders need to immediately work to de-escalate the situation and direct their diplomats to engage in an adult conversation designed to resolve tensions.
CRPF is conducting an inquiry into the incident at its level.
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Trump appears to be granting Chinese banks a temporary reprieve from threatened US sanctions pushing them to crackdown on North Korea.
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Vietnam wins promised support from a US aircraft carrier and greater defence cooperation as tension intensifies with China over the disputed South China Sea.
Use of the country’s lese-majeste law has surged under the royalist junta that took power in 2014, with more than 100 people charged since the coup.
Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister Krishna Bahadur Mahara wants India and China to use “peaceful diplomatic means” to resolve the issue.
As of 0300 GMT, the election commission website put Kenyatta ahead by 55.1% of votes counted to 44% for Odinga, more than 80% of polling stations reported.
In a declaration in Lima, countries including Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia condemned the “breakdown of democratic order” in Venezuela.
Thirteen people, including six tourists, were killed and 175 injured when a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck a remote, mountainous part of Sichuan in China’s southwest.
Zuma survived a close parliamentary no-confidence vote that would have forced him from office, provoking passionate support and opposition across the country.
Official outlets, including a social media account run out of Suu Kyi’s office, published running denials during the Rohinga conflict.
The sharp increase in tensions rattled financial markets and prompted warnings from US officials not to engage in slanging matches with North Korea.
Sharif and the PML-N leadership have decided that Shahbaz should continue in his role as chief minister of the politically vital Punjab province.
The Chinese official, however, did not provide any evidence for the claim, which varies with Bhutan’s stated position and actions.
The clashes followed an attack by BDK members on Kinshasa’s main prison and demonstrations by other members against Congo’s president.
The so-called “exit bill” is one of the first issues on the Brexit negotiating agenda, and also one of the most contentious.
Zuma’s critics have been calling for a secret ballot in the hope it will embolden lawmakers from his African National Congress party to support his removal.
Millions of people head to the polls in Kenya on Tuesday as families stockpile food and water and police prepare emergency first aid kits, fearing the election could descend into violence.
A meeting between China and Vietnam foreign ministers was cancelled during a regional gathering amid growing tension between the two countries over the South China Sea.