VIENNA (Reuters) - Diplomats accredited to the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Friday they had no information to substantiate word from a senior Iranian parliamentarian that Tehran has halted its most sensitive atomic activity.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. aid chief Valerie Amos demanded stronger action by the U.N. Security Council on Friday to get desperately needed aid into Syria, where 2.5 million people in need have not received help for almost a year.
THE HAGUE/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto must attend all sessions of his trial at the International Criminal Court unless specifically excused, appeals judges ruled on Friday, putting the court at odds with Kenya and the African Union (AU).
ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - Counting began on Friday in Madagascar's presidential election which voters hope will encourage investors and donors to return to the Indian Ocean island, four years after a coup sent its economy reeling.
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - Congo's M23 rebels clashed with government troops for the first time in nearly two months on Friday, and neighboring Rwanda said Congolese army shells had landed on its territory, raising tensions in the volatile region.
Kenya's interior minister fires 15 immigration officers over security lapses as investigations into the Westgate shopping centre siege continue.
A Spanish court freed a serial rapist 17 years into his 30-year sentence under a European human rights ruling that also benefits terrorism convicts, officials said Friday.The post Spain frees serial rapist appeared first on Vanguard News.
ROME (Reuters) - Moderates in Silvio Berlusconi's center-right movement pulled out of a leadership meeting on Friday, risking a split that could threaten the stability of Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta's coalition.
Voting has ended peacefully in crunch elections on Indian Ocean island off the coast of south east Africa.
FORUM for Justice and Human Rights Defence, FJHD, Delta State, Friday, said the spirited defence by the Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah, that the controversial purchase of two armoured BMW cars at a whopping sum of N225 million passed through due process was morally wrong and an insult on the collective intelligence of Nigerians.The post Oduah’s defence of N225m armoured cars purchase immoral – Group appeared first on Vanguard News.