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Russia suspends Georgia flights amid unrest

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionRiot police blocked crowds storming parliament on Thursday nightPresident Vladimir Putin has temporarily banned Georgian airlines from flying to Russia amid rising tensions between the two countries.…

The US reaffirms its unwavering commitment to Africa…

2019-06-23 07:00 The US has and will continue to invest in people and build partnerships that promote better health, jobs, skills, education, opportunity, and security, writes Tibor Nagy. I spent most of my 32-year career…

Climate protestors storm coal mine in Germany

Image copyright AFP Image caption Hundreds of protesters joined forces to break into the mine and march through it Hundreds of climate change activists have stormed an open cast coal mine in western Germany to…

Kim Jong-un receives excellent letter from Trump

Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Kim was pictured reading the letter North Korea leader Kim Jong-un has received a personal letter from US President Donald Trump, state media report. Mr Kim praised the letter…

Team sport training key to being fittest of…

Image copyright Getty Images Team sport players are as good at endurance as long-distance runners and as powerful as bodybuilders - and it is down to their blend of training, a study suggests. The key…

Ethiopia army chief shot amid unrest

Image copyright Ethiopian TV Image caption Gen Seare Mekonnen's death was confirmed by TV channels The chief of staff of the Ethiopian army, Gen Seare Mekonnen, has been shot dead by his own bodyguard in…

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Cambodia building collapse death toll rises

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSurvivors are rescued from the rubbleA seven-storey building has collapsed in Cambodia, killing at least 18 people with others reported missing, officials say. At least 24 people…

Neighbour defends Johnson row recording

Image copyright PA wire The neighbour who called police about a loud row at the home of Boris Johnson - and later reported it to a newspaper - has defended his actions. The Guardian said…