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TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - Honduras' ruling party presidential candidate Nasry Asfura remains the favorite ahead of the November election, a CID-Gallup poll published on Friday showed, in a boost to backers of the Central American country's current government.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - A television presenter in Ivory Coast was convicted on Wednesday of glorifying rape and given a one-year suspended prison sentence for asking a convicted rapist he invited onto his prime-time show to simulate a sexual assault using a mannequin.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - A television presenter in Ivory Coast was suspended on Tuesday for 30 days after he invited a convicted rapist onto his prime-time show and asked him to simulate a rape using a mannequin.
THE Mawi mania started in the mid-noughties when he won Season Three of the reality talent show Akademi Fantasia (AF).
(Reuters) - Beaten, homes raided, turned away from work for being a woman: the complaints made by some Afghan journalists in recent days are sowing doubt about assurances made by their new Taliban rulers that independent media would be allowed.
(Reuters) - Armed Taliban members knocked on doors in cities across Afghanistan on Wednesday, witnesses said, telling fearful residents to return to their jobs a day after the militants announced they wanted to revive the country's battered economy.
FOR years, English language teachers from across the country have taken part in an annual international conference to share and discuss pedagogical practices, insights and experiences.
SERI ISKANDAR: More than 1,000 experts of diverse fields of research, innovation and commercialisation from around 30 countries gathered for Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) sixth World Engineering, Science and Technology Congress (ESTCON) 2020.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian television and radio presenter Jose Luiz Datena on Friday declared himself a presidential hopeful for the conservative Social Liberal Party (PSL) in next year's general election.
ROME (Reuters) - Raffaella Carra, one of Italy's best-loved singers and television presenters, who became almost as famous as a symbol of sexual liberation in Spain and South America as in her own country, died on Monday aged 78.